Amlan Banaji

As of March 2023, I am a Research Associate in Fractal Geometry in the dynamical systems research group of the mathematics department at Loughborough University, working with Dr Simon Baker. My PhD was at the University of St Andrews under the supervision of Professor Jonathan Fraser and Regius Professor Kenneth Falconer.

My main research interests relate to the geometry and dimension theory of fractal sets and measures. I have worked with fractals generated by conformal and non-conformal iterated function systems. I am currently interested in Fourier decay of fractal measures, and interpolating between different notions of dimension. I am interested in finding connections between fractal geometry and other areas of mathematics.

I completed my undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Cambridge in 2018. I completed a Master’s degree in mathematics at the University of St Andrews in 2019.

Contact details

Mathematical Sciences
Schofield Building
Loughborough University
Loughborough, LE11 3TU
United Kingdom

Email: A.F.Banaji “at”