Institute of Mathematics
University of Aberdeen
Fraser Noble Building
Aberdeen AB24 3UE
email: ehud dot meir at abdn dot ac dot uk
I am teaching Calculus 1 (MA1005) and Mathematical Foundations of Everyday Life (SX3007) in the first term of 2020/21.
Reception hour: by appointment
I am a senior lecturer in mathematics at the University of Aberdeen .
During 2015-2018 I was a postdoc at the University of Hamburg and took part in the Research Training Group “Mathematics inspired by String Theory and Quantum Field Theory”.
In 2012-2015 I was a postdoc at the Center for Symmetry and Deformation at the University of Copenhagen .
In 2010-2012 I was an EPDI fellow and visited the Max Planck Institute in Bonn, the IHES in Paris, and the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge.
Hopf algebras, representation theory (especially of finite groups), tensor categories (especially fusion categories). Geometric invariant theory and its applications in classifying algebraic structures (in particular Hopf algebras).
I am also interested in cohomology of groups.