bio | website | hoj201academic.wordpress.com |
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location | London, United Kingdom | |
age | 28 | |
visits | member for | 2 years, 8 months |
seen | Feb 20 at 16:06 | |
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I study medical imaging, fluid mechanics, bio-locomotion using tools from differential geometry.
Jan 10 |
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Explicit form for hermitian structure $h$ with respect to $\omega$
Sorry, I am not familiar with the notation. Is $\frac{i}{2} \partial \bar{\partial} \equiv \frac{i}{2} \Delta$? Also, what is $lnh$ vs $h$? |
Jan 10 |
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Authorship, and order of authors
This situation arises frequently when doing interdisciplinary research. I'm early in my career, and I've decided to be a bit more aggressive when I do 85% of the work by asking that I be first author. I don't know who on a hiring committee will read my CV, but often it will not be a mathematician. |
Dec 16 |
answered | are there natural examples of classical mechanics that happens on a symplectic manifold that isn't a cotangent bundle? |
Dec 16 |
answered | Cotangent bundle lift theorem |
Dec 16 |
answered | measure with given push-forwards |
Dec 7 |
revised |
Cotangent bundle lift theorem
If $G:T^*M \to T^*M$ is a fiber map over the identity when $\pi \circ G = \pi$. I think you wrote $dG \circ d\pi = d\pi$ when you meant to write $d\pi \circ dG = d\pi$. Also a parenthesis was missing. |
Dec 7 |
suggested | suggested edit on Cotangent bundle lift theorem |
Jul 31 |
awarded | Teacher |
Jul 29 |
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The role of completeness in Hilbert Spaces
apologies. I'll read more carefully. I'm a MO newbie. |
Jul 29 |
revised |
A geometric interpretation of the Levi-Civita connection?
missing a tangent functor in the last statement. |
Jul 29 |
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Global description of the Levi-Civita connection
Here is a similar post where I provided one coordinate-free answer mathoverflow.net/a/138073/16852 |
Jul 29 |
answered | A geometric interpretation of the Levi-Civita connection? |
Jul 29 |
answered | The role of completeness in Hilbert Spaces |
Jul 29 |
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Finite dimensional approximations of operators on Hilbert spaces
Thankyou very much Paul. What I say might be a bit vague, but I've been advised against releasing too many details. A colleague and I are making some numerical methods for a linear evolution PDE. |
Jul 29 |
answered | Why does the group act on the right on the principal bundle? |
Jul 28 |
accepted | Finite dimensional approximations of operators on Hilbert spaces |
Jul 28 |
awarded | Supporter |
Jul 28 |
answered | Lie algebra version of principal bundle? |
Jul 28 |
awarded | Editor |
Jul 28 |
revised |
Spaces of symplectic embeddings: Bundle? Smoothness?
edited body |