Dr Tomasz Popiel
Lecturer in Mathematics
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 (0)20 7882 3651Room Number: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room: MB-G26
Tomasz Popiel is a lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences. Prior to joining QMUL, he was a research associate at The University of Western Australia, where he also earned his PhD. His research interests include algebraic combinatorics, group theory (including computational group theory), and finite geometry. He also has a background in differential geometry, specifically its applications to problems of interpolation and approximation in Riemannian manifolds.
(2019). The symmetric representation of lines in PG(F3⊗F3) Discrete Mathematics.
(2018). ON the SECOND-LARGEST SYLOW SUBGROUP of A FINITE SIMPLE GROUP of LIE TYPE Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society.
(2017). Simple groups, product actions, and generalized quadrangles Nagoya Mathematical Journal.
(2017). Point-primitive generalised hexagons and octagons Journal of Combinatorial Theory. Series A.