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Mathematical InstituteAndrew Wiles Building University of Oxford Oxford OX2 6GG |
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## MARTIN R. BRIDSON

Whitehead Professor of Pure Mathematics

bridson[AT]maths.ox.ac.uk
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Voice Mail:(+44)(0) 1865 273528 |

- Metric Spaces of Non-Positive Curvature (Grundlehren 319, Springer-Verlag, 1999)

- Invitations to Geometry and Topology (Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics, OUP, 2002)

- Geometric and Cohomological Methods in Group Theory (London Math Society Lecture Notes [no.358], CUP, 2009)

slides and notes from my talks in 2012

slides of my talk at the ICM 2006

Abstracts and slides of talks before 2006

Notes from many of the talks listed on MY CV are available on request

Notes of my CBMS lectures will appear here shortly.

- Isle of Man (and here)
- London Mathematical Society
- The Lawyer's Committee for Human Rights
- Amnesty International
- The poetry of James Lynch Bridson
- Bridson is a Manx name. The Gaelic form is Mylvreeshey.

- Dani Wise, McGill
- Claas Roever, NUI Galway
- Tim Riley, Cornell
- Adam Piggott, Bucknell
- Henry Wilton, Cambridge
- Michael Tweedale, Bristol
- Will Dison, Bank of England
- Owen Cotton-Barratt, Oxford
- Dawid Kielak, Bonn
- Ric Wade, Utah
- Benno Kuckuck, Dusseldorff
- Robert Kropholler, Oxford
- Claudio Llosa Isenrich, Oxford
- Giles Gardam, Oxford

"I may say that this is the greatest factor -- the way in which the expedition is equipped --

the way in which every difficulty is foreseen, and precautions taken for meeting or avoiding

it. Victory awaits him who has everything in order --

for him who has neglected to take the necessary precautions in time; this is called bad luck."

(Roald Amundsen, The South Pole, p. 370)