Professor Michael Farber
Professor of Pure Mathematics
Email: email@example.comTelephone: +44 (0)20 7882 5451Room Number: Queens’ Building, Room: W413
Michael Farber is Professor of Mathematics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London. Prior to Queen Mary, M. Farber held professorships at the Universities of Warwick, Durham and Tel Aviv. Michael Farber obtained his PhD and D.Sc. degrees in the USSR. M. Farber is known for his research in high dimensional knot theory, Morse theory and topology of closed 1-forms. One of his most signiﬁcant results is a solution of the zero-in-the spectrum conjecture. His recent research interests focus on applied and computational topology, topological robotics, applications of topology to statistics and computer science. He is the author of several monographs. M. Farber was awarded many research grants, among them the Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.
PhD students: Lewin Strauss, Gabriele Beltramo, Lewis Mead.
Costa AE, Farber M (2015). Geometry and topology of random 2-complexes. nameOfConference
FARBER M, Costa A (2015). Large random simplicial complexes, I. nameOfConference
Costa A, Farber M, Horak D (2015). Fundamental groups of clique complexes of random graphs. nameOfConference
FARBER M, Costa A (publicationYear). Large random simplicial complexes, II; the fundamental group. nameOfConference
FARBER M (publicationYear). Large random simplicial complexes, III. nameOfConference