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Martin Lotz

I am Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Manchester. Previous to my appointment at Manchester I was a post-doctoral researcher at the City University of Hong Kong, at the University of Oxford, and as a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, supported by a Leverhulme Trust and Seggie Brown Fellowship.

I studied Mathematics at the ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in Zürich, and the University of Paderborn, where I finished my doctorate in Algebraic Complexity Theory.

My interests span a wide range of mathematics and its applications. My current work explores connections between geometric probability, conic optimization theory, and applications in signal processing, data analysis and inverse problems. Previous work has been in algebraic complexity theory, computational algebra and geometry, foundations of numerical analysis, and combinatorics.

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The University of Manchester
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United Kingdom

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