Supervisor: Dr Arick Shao.
Research Interests: My research concerns geometric and analytical methods for studying partial differential equations, with a particular focus on applications in the field of general relativity. Recently, I have been working on unique continuation results for solutions of wave equations across conformal boundaries of asymptotically AdS spacetimes.
Background: Prior to joining QMUL in Autumn 2018, I completed a Master of Mathematics degree at Durham University.
- Visiting Lecturer (ESCP) - MA11 Fundamentals of Mathematics - Semester I 2020-2021, 2021-22
- Teaching Assistant (QMUL) - MTH4115 Vectors and Matrices - Semester II 2019-2020
- Demonstrator (QMUL) - MTH6132 Relativity - Semester I 2019-2020
- A. McGill. Holographic Characterisation of Locally Anti-de Sitter Spacetimes. Preprint (2021).
- A. McGill and A. Shao. Null Geodesics and Improved Unique Continuation for Waves in Asymptotically Anti-de Sitter Spacetimes. Classical and Quantum Gravity (2020).
- Mathematics Ambassador for Creating the Mathematical Universe, part of the Tate Exchange exhibition Ideas in Motion: Borders, Bodies and the Universe.
- Supervisor at the QMUL Year 11 Maths Summer School.