For students, the easiest way to contact me is usually to come to my office hour. My office is room 2.137 in the Alan Turing Building. I am away from Manchester in Week 4, so there will be no office hour on Friday 23rd February, but please feel free to email me. From Week 5 my office hour will revert to its usual time of 2:30-3:30 on Fridays. If you need see me at other times please feel free to contact me for an appointment.Before emailing me please note that....
- ....all course materials for MATH10202 Linear Algebra are available here.
- ....submissions for Communications in Algebra should be made through the online submissions system, which allows you to name your preferred editor.
- ....enquiries about specific NBSAN meetings should be sent to the relevant local organiser. I am happy to receive general enquiries about the network.
- ....unfortunately I cannot provide personal help with learning mathematics for non-Manchester students.
- ....I do not supervise internships and I cannot respond to generic requests for jobs or PhD places which look like they have been mass-mailed. Personalised mail from people specifically interested in working with me is extremely welcome.
For everything else, please feel free to email....
The University uses very strong spam filtering which sometimes mistakenly blocks genuine mail. Please send email from an academic address where possible, and if you don't get a reply consider the possibility that your message didn't reach me. (Manchester students should always email staff from their University accounts.)
Alternatively, you can send old-fashioned mail to the address on the right.
I'm always happy to talk to researchers with similar (or complementary!) interests, so feel free to drop me a line and suggest a visit to Manchester. If your research is likely to be of broad interest to people here then I may also be able to arrange an invitation to give a seminar talk. I have a page of useful information for visitors to Manchester.