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Mike Todd

Publications


Teaching


PhD Opportunities


Pure Maths Colloquium


Links


Thermodynamic formalism in dynamical systems, June 2018


British Mathematical Colloquium 2018


One Day Ergodic Theory Meeting, June 2018


Meetings organised


Research Group:
Analysis

Address:
School of Mathematics and Statistics (Room 320)
University of St Andrews
North Haugh
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9SS
Scotland

E-mail:
m.todd(at)st-andrews.ac.uk


Brief history:
    I am a Reader in pure maths at St Andrews, where I've worked since 2011. Before that I held positions in Boston, Porto and Surrey, following my PhD in Warwick. I'm also an associate member of the Centre for Mathematics at the University of Porto (CMUP).

Proc EMS:
    I am the Ergodic Theory editor for the Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society. If you wish to submit a paper to that, follow the instructions here.
Research Interests:
  • Thermodynamic formalism: existence and uniqueness of equilibrium states for dynamical systems, phase transitions and transience
  • Recurrence: Extreme value theory and hitting time statistics
  • Statistical stability: convergence of measures in non-uniformly hyperbolic systems
  • Open systems: statistical properties of dynamical systems with holes
  • Slow mixing: statistical laws for dynamical systems with significant lack of uniform expansion