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Eleanor Archer

Background:

I am currently in my second year of the MASDOC programme. Before coming to Warwick, I completed my BA and MMath at King’s College, Cambridge.

Research Interests:

Currently I am working with Dr. David Croydon looking at volume bounds and heat kernel estimates for diffusions on random fractals. My second supervisor is Dr. Daniel Ueltschi.

More broadly, I am interested in many related aspects of Probability theory, such as random trees, random maps and mixing times.

Talks:

Random Walks on Fractals, Warwick Postgraduate Seminar, October 2017

Events Attended:

Probabilistic Approaches in Mathematical Physics, Summer School, Basque Centre for Applied Mathematics, Bilbao, July 2017

Recent Progress on the Geometry of Random Walks (Peter Whittle Colloquium), University of Cambridge, May 2017

Teaching:

Teaching Assistant for ST116 Mathematical Techniques, Term 1 2017

Teaching Assistant for MA258 Analysis III, Term 1 2017

Student STEP Mentor at University of Cambridge Study School, April 2014

Other Activities:

I also attend and regularly present in the Probability Reading Group.

Contact:

I can be contacted via email at E.Archer.1@warwick.ac.uk and my office is B0.24.