I am a first year Ph.D student, supervised by Prof. Ian Melbourne and Dr. Hendrik Weber. My MSc thesis involved showing a central limit theorem for a dynamical system with smooth observables that undergo weak polynomial mixing.
As part of my MSc, I was involved with the large deviations research study group, supervised by Dr. Stefan Adams and Dr. Roger Tribe. We investigated thermodynamic limits and large deviations for wetting and pinning problems relating to height fields distributed under Gibbs measures in (1+1)-dimensions. The website we produced can be found here.
Email: M.Galton 'at' Warwick.ac.uk
Current research interests:
I am interested in smooth ergodic theory. In particular, showing central limit theorems for dynamical systems under extremely mild mixing assumptions with an aim to apply to deterministic homogenisation.
- Warwick SIAM treasurer
- Organising committee for the annual SIAM student day conference, held November 2017
- Warwick MASDOC SSLC secretary
- Supervisor/Teaching assistant for Mathematics/Statistics (G4G3/ST202)
- Exam marking for Geometry & Motion (MA134)
- Warwick organisation committee for the 2017 joint DTC (MIGSAA, CCA, OxPDE, MASDOC) student colloquium, held at MIGSAA Edinburgh
- Group poster session at Warwick for the MsC research study group I was involved with
- Group talk at Warwick for the MsC research study group I was involved with
- Poster at the joint DTC (MIGSAA, CCA, OxPDE, MASDOC) student colloquium, held at MIGSAA Edinburgh
- Poster at the annual MASDOC retreat in Brecon
- Talk at the annual MASDOC retreat in Brecon, titled "CLTs for Dynamical Systems: Why should we care?"
I enjoy walking, cooking and playing squash - but you're just as likely to find me playing computer games!