Amlan Banaji

I am a PhD student in mathematics at the University of St Andrews where I am part of the analysis research group. My supervisor is Professor Jonathan Fraser and my second supervisor is Professor Kenneth Falconer. My PhD began in 2019, and is fully funded by a grant from the Leverhulme Trust.

My main research interests relate to the geometry and dimension theory of fractal sets and measures. I have worked extensively with fractals generated by conformal and non-conformal iterated function systems. Much of my research has been about 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, where I won the Postgraduate Gray Prize for the best taught postgraduate student.

Contact details

School of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9SS
Scotland
Email: afb8 “at” st-andrews.ac.uk