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Jamie Walton

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science



2006-2010 MMath Masters in Mathematics (University of Leicester)

2010-2014 PhD in Mathematics (University of Leicester)

2014-2017 Research Associate (University of York)

2017-2018 Lecturer in Pure Mathematics (Durham University)

2018-2020 Research Assistant (University of Glasgow)

2020-2023 Teaching Associate (University of Nottingham)

2023- Assistant Professor (University of Nottingham)

Teaching Summary

This academic year I will be teaching:

  • MMME1026 'Mathematics for Engineers' (Mech Eng) [Spr]
  • MTHS2003 'Advanced Calculus and Integration Techniques' [Aut]
  • MTHS2005 'Advanced Mathematical Methods for Civil Engineering' [Spr]

For the last 3 academic years at Nottingham I taught the Mathematics component of MMME2032 ('Professional Engineering and Project 2', for Aerospace Engineers) and MTHS2005 (Advanced Mathematical Methods for Civil Engineering). In previous institutions, I lectured the following courses:

  • Introduction to Real Analysis (2nd yr), University of Glasgow
  • Geometric Topology (2nd yr), Algebraic Topology (4th yr), Durham University
  • Lebesgue Integration (3rd yr), Metric Spaces (3rd yr), University of York

Selected Publications

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