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Haydn Cooper

Doctor of Philosophy, (Mathematics)
Study Completed: 2013
College of Sciences


Thesis Title
Discrete Groups and Computational Geometry

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The study of Kleinian groups is an important research area in modern mathematics; notable for its intrinsic links to hyperbolic spaces, the largest and least understood class of geometric spaces. Mr Cooper’s research expands on, and offers further insights into, recent classifications of Arithmetic Kleinian groups. He achieved this through a computational investigation of related geometric spaces.

Distinguished Professor Gaven Martin
Associate Professor Winston Sweatman