Happy International Women’s Day!

Today, at the International Women’s Day, we celebrate all women who are contributing to mathematics at our group and around the world. We are privileged to have these collaborations.  

Miss Linda Botchway was a MSc student at AIMS Ghana, now starting her PhD at the University of Ghana in Accra. She is working on the pseudo-differential calculus on the lattice and it’s applications.

Marianna Chatzakou is a PhD Student at Imperial College London, currently under the supervision of Boguslaw Zegarlinski. Her thesis is to extend the pseudo-differential analysis explicitly available on the Heisenberg group to the context of Engel and Cartan groups, and to study the Poincare inequality on stratified groups. She is also working on the spectral and other properties of anharmonic oscillators.

Dr Aparajita Dasgupta was an Academic Visitor at Imperial College London, now a staff member at the IIT Delhi. Her research interest is in harmonic and functional analysis, and in the theory of pseudo-differential operators.

Aishabibi Dukenbayeva is a PhD Student at Ghent University. Her research interests are in Partial Differential Equations, (Non–local) Boundary Value Problems, Inverse (Spectral) Problems.

Dr Serena Federico is a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at Ghent University! Her research interest are in the analysis of fundamental lower bounds for partial differential operators on compact Lie groups, and on smoothing estimates for time-dependent evolution equations. She is also working in micro local analysis and pseudo-differential operators. 

Dr Véronique Fischer is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath. She deals with harmonic analysis and geometry of Lie groups and their representation theory, pseudo-differential operators, and geometric analysis.

Dr Claudia Garetto is a Senior Lecturer at Loughborough University. Her research focuses on hyperbolic equations and hyperbolic systems with singularities and multiplicities.

Dr Ljubica Oparnica is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Ghent University! Her research interest is mathematical analysis of intego-differential and partial differential equations, arising from mechanics.

Dr Daulti Verma is an Academic Fellow at Queen Mary University of London. Her research interests are Hardy inequalities in different forms. 

Dr Gulzat Nalzhupbayeva is a Senior Lecturer at Kazakh National University. Her research interests are Partial Differential Equations.