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Personal Profile of Professor Mark Pollicott

Professor Mark Pollicott
Mathematical Institute

Home Page: http://homepages.warwick.ac.uk/~masdbl/
I was both an undergraduate (in Physics) and a graduate student (in Mathematics) at the University of Warwick (in the UK). My PhD supervisor was the late William Parry, FRS. I returned to Warwick for the first time from 1992 to 1995 (as a Lecturer, then Reader) and for the second time in 2005 (to a chair). When not at Warwick, I held permanent positions in Edinburgh (New Blood Lecturer, 1985-88), Porto (Investigador Auxiliar, 1989-92) and Manchester (Fielden chair, 1996-2004). I have held visiting positions at IHES (Paris, 1984-85 and 2012-2013), IAS (Princeton, 1988-89), MSRI(Berkeley, 1989), CalTech (Pasadena, 1990) and Grenoble (1990). I have also been the recipient of Royal Society University Research Fellowship (1992-97), two Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowships (1998-99 and 2007-2008) and a E.U. Marie Curie Chair (2004). From December 2014, I will hold an EPSRC leadership fellowship for five years.