I am a first year PhD student, supervised by Prof. Karen Vogtmann.
I completed my BSc degree at the University of the Basque Country, where I wrote my Final Degree Dissertation about Stallings' foldings under the supervision of Dr. Montserrat Casals Ruiz and Prof. Javier Gutiérrez García.
After that, I did Part III at the University of Cambridge. There, I wrote an essay about Hyperbolic groups supervised by Dr. Henry Wilton.
At the moment I am working on Right-angled Artin groups. More generally, my research interests lie in Geometric Group Theory, Topology and Group Theory.
Therefore, this first year, I am attending (or will attend) these modules: MA4H8 Ring Theory, MA4E0 Lie Groups, MA4H4 Geometric Group Theory, MA4J7 Cohomology and Poincaré Duality, Course on Outer space and Automorphisms of free groups. Moreover, I also join seminars that are part of the Junior Geometry and Topology (GATEWAY) and Geometry and Topology seminars. Finally, I am participating in the geometry and topology reading seminar; in the first term we are reading Geometry of the mapping class groups I: Boundary amenability.
Links to my work
Bachelor Final Dissertation (University of the Basque Country, 2017): Finite graphs, free groups and Stallings' foldings.
Essay (University of Cambridge, 2018): Hyperbolic groups.
Talks and conferences
The conferences that I have attended and the talks that I have given are listed in my CV, together with other information about me.
You can get in contact with me via Jone dot Lopez-De-Gamiz at warwick dot ac dot uk.
My office in the Warwick Mathematics Institute is B2.01.