I am a Senior Research Fellow of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford, a University Research Fellow with the Royal Society, and a Tutorial Fellow of St Hugh's College, Oxford. My research interests lie in aspects of algebra, analysis, combinatorics, geometry and number theory, with particular emphasis on using tools from the former to address problems from the latter.
Anyone looking to contact me with regard to research can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the more traditional contact details available on my departmental page. Similarly, for college matters there is email@example.com and my college page.
The following list may also be found on arXiv in the order in which the papers were updated starting with the most recent update. Partial versions of the list appear on MathSciNet and Zentralblatt MATH. Note that some of the MathSciNet and Zentralblatt links require subscriptions to access in their entirety.
ArXiv versions of papers are at least as up-to-date as those linked to from DOIs, although journal formatting is not included.
An application of a local version of Chang's theorem. arXiv:math/0607668. Supplement to  using ideas in .
(with B. J. Green) A quantitative version of the idempotent theorem in harmonic analysis. Ann. of Math. (2) 168 (2008), no. 3, 1025–1054. arXiv:math/0611286. doi:10.4007/annals.2008.168.1025. MR2456890. Zbl 1170.43003.
On a non-abelian Balog-Szemerédi-type lemma. J. Aust. Math. Soc. 89 (2010), no. 1, 127–132. arXiv:0912.0306. doi:10.1017/S1446788710000236. MR2727067. Zbl 05807816. Application of a key idea in [KK]; cf. [Lemma 3, S].
Structure in sets with logarithmic doubling. Canad. Math. Bull., to appear. arXiv:1002.1552.
Approximate (Abelian) groups. Proceedings of 6ECM, to appear. arXiv:1212.0456.
An analytic approach to a weak non-Abelian Kneser-type theorem. arXiv:1212.0457.
The following are articles by other authors referenced on this page.
E. S. Croot and O. Sisask. A probabilistic technique for finding almost-periods of convolutions. Geom. Funct. Anal. 20 (2010), 1367–1396. arXiv:1003.2978. doi:10.1007/s00039-010-0101-8. MR2738997. Zbl 05833796.
I. D. Shkredov. On sets with small doubling. (Russian. Russian summary) Mat. Zametki 84 (2008), no. 6, 927–947; translation in Math. Notes 84 (2008), no. 5-6, 859–878. arXiv:math/0703309. doi:10.1134/S000143460811028X. MR2492806. Zbl 1219.11019.
Lecture courses [top]
Courses marked as [ongoing] will have their notes etc. updated as they proceed.
Topics in analytic number theory. Part III, Lent 2009–2010, University of Cambridge. notes; examples sheet; exam.
Lectures: Wednesdays, 13.00–14.00, MR5; Thursdays, 11.00–12.00, MR4. Examples class(es): 28th April 2010, 14.00–16.00, MR14, CMS.
Analysis of Boolean functions. Part III, Michaelmas 2010–2011, University of Cambridge. notes; examples sheet; exam.
Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12.00–13.00, MR13, CMS. Examples class(es): 2nd December 2010, 14.00–15.00, MR13, CMS; 11th May 2011, 14.00–16.00, MR5, CMS.
Applications of commutative harmonic analysis. MFoCS, Trinity 2011–2012, University of Oxford. notes; examples sheet; exam.
Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11.00–12.00, L3, Mathematical Institute. Examples class(es): 15th May 2012, 13.00–14.00, L3, Mathematical Institute; 5th June 2012, 13.15–14.15, L3, Mathematical Institute.
Professional duties [top]
Moscow Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory. Editorial board member, 2010–Present. publication topics.
London Mathematical Society. Editorial advisor, 2013–Present.
MathSciNet. Reviewer, 2006–Present. reviews.
Zentralblatt MATH. Reviewer, 2008–2010. reviews.
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