D.Phil., University of Oxford
Dr. Adam Jones is a Heilbronn fellow at the University of Manchester, researching non-commutative algebra and representation theory. He completed DPhil from the University of Oxford after a four-year undergraduate master's programme in mathematics from Queen Mary University of London.
Dr. Adam is primarily involved in research on non-commutative algebra, often with application to representation theory. He has taught and supervised groups at Oxford and Manchester, for a variety of subjects such as linear algebra, commutative algebra, representation theory and lie algebras.
GLA Course Title: The history and role of algebra in the development of mathematics