Jack Thomas
J.Thomas.1@ warwick.ac.uk
Office: B3.04, Zeeman Building
I graduated with an MMath (in 2017) and an MSc (in 2019) from the University of Warwick.
I am currently studying for a PhD in Mathematics and Statistics as part of the 4year PhD MASDOC programme.
Research:
Supervisor: Prof. Christoph Ortner
Preprints:
[1] Huajie Chen, Christoph Ortner and Jack Thomas. Locality of interatomic forces in tight binding models for insulators. arXiv:1906.11740, 2019.
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Education:
 Sept 2018  present: PhD in Mathematics and Statistics, University of Warwick
 Sept 2017  Aug 2018: MSc in Mathematics and Statistics, University of Warwick
 Sept 2013  Jun 2017: MMath in Mathematics, University of Warwick
Past Projects:
 Aug 2018. MSc thesis: Analysis of the Tight Binding Model
 Supervisor: Prof. Christoph Ortner
 May 2018. Research Study Group: Machine Learning for Image Analysis
with Hanson Bharth, Jacek Kiedrowski and Jaro Sant Supervisors: Dr Björn Stinner and Dr Stefan Adams
 Jun 2017. MMath thesis: Incompatibility of Gradients
(based on [Ball, James. Arch. Ration. Mech. Anal., 2015])

 Supervisor: Dr. Filip Rindler
Talks:
 Relaxation of a Crystalline Defect in the Tight Binding Model
 June 2019. Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Electronic Structure Models, Suzhou, China.
 May 2019. MASDOC CDT Summer Retreat, Borth, Wales.
 Zero Temperature Limit of the Tight Binding Model for Point Defects
 April 2019. British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, University of Bath.
 April 2019. Interplay of Probability, Statistics and Analysis: UK Joint CDT Colloquium, University of Warwick.
 March 2019. Solid Mechanics Working Group meeting, University of Warwick.
Events:
 September 2019. Materials Modelling at Coventry and Warwick, University of Warwick
 June 2019. Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Electronic Structure Models, Suzhou, China.
 May 2019. MASDOC CDT Summer Retreat, Borth, Wales.
 April 2019. British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, University of Bath.
 April 2019. Interplay of Probability, Statistics and Analysis: UK Joint CDT Colloquium, University of Warwick.
 July  August 2018. ISCD Summer School on Scientific Trends at the Interfaces: Mathematics – Chemistry – High Performance Computing. Roscoff, France.
Teaching:
2019/20:
 First Year Supervisor: three groups of Maths & Stats students
Modules covered: Sets & Numbers, Mathematical Analysis (Terms 1&2) and Linear Algebra.
2018/19:
 First Year Supervisor: one group of Discrete Mathematics students (as above)
 Second Year Supervisor: two groups of Mathematics students
Modules covered: Analysis III, Algebra I: Advanced Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus (Term 1) & Algebra II: Groups and Rings, Norms Metrics & Topologies (Term 2).
2017/18:
 First Year Supervisor: one group of MORSE, Data Science and Maths & Stats students (as above)
 This year I also helped out marking Mathematical Analysis (first year module for external maths students)
2016/17:
 First Year Supervisior: one group of MORSE and Maths & Stats students (as above)
Teaching Materials
Other:
 Member of SIAM Warwick Student Chapter
 Statistics, Probability, Analysis & Applied Mathematics (SPAAM) student seminar series organiser