The Institute of Mathematics in Aberdeen boast a variety of research topics in pure mathematics and is linked to the Institute for Complex Systems and Mathematical Biology. For more detail on research in Pure Mathematics, see our research areas below.

Prof David Benson Algebra/Representation Theory
Dr Jean-Baptiste Gramain Representation Theory of Finite Groups, Symmetric and Alternating Groups, Combinatorics
Dr Ellen Henke Group Theory
Prof Ben Martin Algebra
Dr Ehud Meir Algebra
Dr Feyisayo Oyukoya Group Theory
Dr Alexei Sevastyanov Algebra
Dr William Turner Representation Theory, Mathematics and Music
Algebraic Geometry / Mathematical Physics
Prof Vassili Gorbunov Algebraic Geometry/Mathematical Physics
Dr Alexey Sevastyanov Algebraic Geometry/Mathematical Physics
Applied Topology
Dr Dejan Govc Algebraic topology: covering type, magnitude, neurotopology, persistent homology, unimodal category
Dr Mark Grant Topological Robotics
Prof Ran Levi Topological Analysis of Neural Systems
Dr Jason Smith Topological Analysis of Neural Systems
Geometry and Topology
Dr Mark Grant Algebraic Topology
Dr Richard Hepworth Algebraic Topology: homological stability, magnitude homology, string topology
Prof Jarek Kędra Geometry and Topology
Prof Ran Levi Algebraic Topology
Dr Assaf Libman Algebraic Topology
Dr Irakli Patchkoria Algebraic Topology
Tropical Geometry
Dr Zur Izhakian Tropical Geometry