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Shannon Horrigan

Research:

I am currently a first year PhD student as part of the University of Warwick's MASDOC Doctoral Training Programme. My research is in the area of Statistical Mechanics. I am currently working with Dr. Stefan Adams on a class of continuum models in two dimensions known as Delaunay Potts models. We are investigating whether such models exhibit a phase transition. My second supervisor is Dr. Roger Tribe.

Education:
  • PhD in Mathematics, University of Warwick, 2017-present. Funded by the EPSRC.
  • Master in Mathematics and Statistics (Msc), University of Warwick, 2016-2017. Funded by the EPSRC.

Dissertation: "Phase transitions in Delaunay Potts models on \mathbb{R}^2 with tile interactions."

  • Master in Mathematics (Mmath), University of Warwick, 2012-2016.

Dissertation: "Finding flat structures for pseudo-Anosov maps."

Projects:
  • Research project funded by Warwick's Undergraduate Research Support Scheme (URSS): "Interval Exchange Maps and Rauzy Diagrams", Summer 2015.
Teaching:

2016-present: Supervisor for first year undergraduate students.

Presentations given:

June 2017: "Collective motion", with Zak Lawrence and Luke Hatcher at the MASDOC retreat.

April 2018: "Continuum Potts Models in Statistical Mechanics," at the Oxford Joint CDT Conference.

May 2018: "Delaunay Potts Models in Statistical Mechanics," at the MASDOC retreat.

Contact details:

Email: S'dot'P'dot'Horrigan'at'warwick'dot'ac'dot'uk.