Jonathan Fraser




I am a lecturer in mathematics at the University of St Andrews. My research interests include: fractal geometry, geometric measure theory, ergodic theory, Fourier analysis, probability theory, and connections with other areas of mathematics.

I am an editor for Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (Section A), focusing on submissions concerning ergodic theory, dynamical systems, fractal geometry, and geometric measure theory. If you wish to submit a paper here, please follow the instructions on the journal webpage.

I am also an editor for the Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society. If you have a good idea for a contribution, please get in touch!

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My research is currently supported by a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (RF-2016-500). The project is entitled Fractal Geometry and Dimension Theory and will run until July 2018.

Before moving to St Andrews in August 2016, I was a lecturer at the University of Manchester and, before that, an EPSRC funded research fellow at the University of Warwick working with Mark Pollicott. I completed my PhD in June 2013 at the University of St Andrews, where I was supervised by Kenneth Falconer and Lars Olsen.

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    School of Mathematics and Statistics
    The University of St Andrews
    St Andrews
    KY16 9SS
    Scotland

    Room: 327
    Internal extension: 3754
    External phone: +44 (0)1334 463754
    e-mail: jmf32 at st dash andrews dot ac.uk

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