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Professor John McNamara

Professor John McNamara

Professor John McNamara
M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.), M.Sc.(Sus.)

Emeritus Professor

Office 4.8
University Walk,
Clifton, Bristol BS8 1TW
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+44 (0) 117 928 7977

Biography

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

1977    D.Phil. Oxford University. Thesis title "Stability of the inner horizon of the Reissner-Nordstrõm and Kerr black hole models".  Supervisor Professor R. Penrose, FRS.

1972    M.Sc. Astronomy. University of Sussex. 

1971    B.A. Mathematics (First and Junior Mathematics Prize) . Oxford University.

 

PRESENT APPOINTMENTS

2016 – present. Emeritus Professor of Mathematics and Biology, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol

 

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS

1995 – 2015.   Professor of Mathematics and Biology, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol

2009 – 2010    Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences visiting professor.

2007 - 2008     Swedish Research Council Tage Erlander visiting professor

2003 - 2005     Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow.

2001 - 2002     Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.

1992 - 1993     Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellow.

1990 - 1995     Reader in Statistics, Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol.

1979 - 1990     Lecturer in Statistics, Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol.

1976 - 1979     SRC Fellow, Mathematics Division, University of Sussex.

1974 - 1976     Part-time lecturer in pure mathematics at St. Hugh's College, Oxford.

 

I am a Fellow of the Royal Society.

Joint winner of the 2008 Hamilton Award of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology.

Joint winner of the 2013 Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour Medal.

Winner of the 2014 Weldon Memorial Prize.

Memberships

Organisations

School of Mathematics

Probability, Analysis and Dynamics

Research themes

Recent publications

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