Amlan Banaji

I am a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics at Loughborough University, working with Dr Simon Baker. In spring 2025 I will start another postdoc at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland, working with Prof. Tuomas Orponen. I completed my PhD at the University of St Andrews in 2023, under the supervision of Prof. Jonathan Fraser and Prof. Kenneth Falconer. I completed my undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Cambridge in 2018.

My main research interests are in geometry and analysis related to fractal sets and measures. Fractals are intricate and often beautiful mathematical objects which exhibit complexity over a wide range of scales, and often arise in a natural dynamical way, such as via (conformal or non-conformal) iterated function systems. Currently, I am especially interested in the rate of decay of the Fourier transform of stationary measures for such systems. Another strand of my research has been to explore different ways one can define ‘dimension,’ to provide refined information about the global or local scaling properties of classes of sets or measures. I enjoy finding connections between these topics and other areas of mathematics such as number theory and probability theory.


I am co-organising (with Simon Baker) a workshop on ergodic theory and fractal geometry at Loughborough University from 8–10 July 2024. Please see this website or email either of us for more information.

I am co-organising (with Alexey Korepanov) the Loughborough University Dynamical Systems Seminar. If your research relates to dynamical systems and you are interested in visiting Loughborough and giving a seminar, please email either of us.

Contact details

Mathematical Sciences
Loughborough University
Loughborough, LE11 3TU
United Kingdom

Email: A.F.Banaji “at”