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Mr Lucas Laurent MSc

Postgraduate research student

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Mr Lucas Laurent is a postgraduate research student within the Pure Mathematics group at the University of Southampton. He studies some modular representations of finite groups arising from group actions on algebraic curves, under the supervision of Dr Bernhard Koeck and Professor Peter Kropholler.

2020-Present PhD in Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton

2019-2020 MSc in Pure Mathematics at Imperial College London

2018-2019 Year abroad at the University of Bristol

2016-2019 BSc in Mathematics at EPFL, Switzerland

Research interests

Algebraic curves and algebraic geometry, number theory, representation theory, and group theory in general

PhD Supervision

Dr Bernhard Koeck, Professor Peter Kropholler

PhD research

Canonical representations arising from group actions on algebraic curves

Research projects

MSc dissertation: “Poincaré’s duality theorem and the intersection product: a topological proof of Bézout’s theorem”, under the supervision of Professor Richard Thomas FRS

Research group

Pure Mathematics

Mr Lucas Laurent
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