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Spyridon Dendrinos

UCC

I completed my undergraduate and Part III in Mathematics in Cambridge and my PhD in Edinburgh. I then had postdoctoral positions in the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Italy), Erwin Schroedinger Institute (Vienna, Austria), Bristol (UK), Glasgow (UK), Jyvaskyla (Finland) and Kiel (Germany), before starting as a permanent lecturer at UCC in January 2014. My research interests are in the field of Harmonic Analysis, specifically the Fourier restriction phenomenon, maximal functions and generalised Radon transforms. Recently, I have been interested in interactions between problems in Harmonic Analysis and Algebraic Geometry (Geometric Invariant Theory).

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