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Professor Michael Murray
Chair of Pure Mathematics
Office: 729  Telephone: +61 8 8313 4174 
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Academic duties
Responsibility
Elected Member of Faculty Board
Honours supervision
Thesis title
Student
Graduation
TannakaKrein Duality
Michael McInerney
2010
Master of Philosophy supervision
Thesis title
Student
Graduation
Quantitative analysis of surface shape
Jack Massey
Loop groups, representations and Ktheory
Ryan Mickler
Topics in complex geometric analysis
Michael Albanese
Caloron correspondence and differential Ktheory
Vincent Schlegel
Doctor of Philosophy supervision
Thesis title
Student
Graduation
Noncommutative geometry in string and M theory
James Wallbridge
2011
A FourierMukai transform for invariant differential cohomology
Richard Green
2011
Fundamental bigroupoids and 2covering spaces
David Roberts
2010
Loop groups, Higgs fields and generalised string classes
Raymond Vozzo
2009
Fundamental numerical schemes for parameter estimation in computer vision
Tony Scoleri
2008
Research interests
Research interest
Group
Differential geometry
Geometry
Gauge theory
Geometry
Mathematical physics
Geometry
Mathematics of string theory
Geometry
Differential geometry
Mathematical Physics
Gauge theory
Mathematical Physics
Mathematical physics
Mathematical Physics
Mathematics of string theory
Mathematical Physics
Research seminars
Title
Series
Bibundles
Differential Geometry Seminar
How to see in higher dimensions
Undergraduate Seminar
The caloron transform
Differential Geometry Seminar
Lifting principal bundles and abelian extensions
Differential Geometry Seminar
How to see in many dimensions
Undergraduate Seminar
Equivariant bundle gerbes
Differential Geometry Seminar
Real bundle gerbes
Differential Geometry Seminar