Dr Jimmy Tseng
Senior Lecturer (E&R)
Telephone: 01392 723894
Extension: (Streatham) 3894
I am a senior lecturer in mathematics. My research focuses on homogeneous dynamics, ergodic theory, number theory (especially Diophantine approximation), geometry, and the interactions of these fields. I have previously held teaching and research positions at the University of Bristol, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Ohio State University.
A central theme of my research is the notion of equidistribution or the lack of it in various dynamical systems. Most of the dynamical systems that I consider arise naturally from number theory, Lie groups and their lattices, and/or questions related to physics. The tools that I use come from these fields as well as from ergodic theory/dynamical systems, harmonic analysis, and geometric measure theory.
MTH2001 Analysis (Complex Analysis, Part 1) in Term 2
MTHM004 Fractal Geometry in Term 2
Dynamics, number theory, and geometry @ Exeter, 05 April 2019
AB (Harvard), MS (Yale), PhD (Brandeis)