Richard Elwes

Richard Elwes studied mathematics at the University of Oxford, before completing a PhD in mathematical logic at the University of Leeds, where he now works as a senior teaching fellow. A committed popularizer of maths and science, he is the author of five books for a general audience and has written articles for the Daily Telegraph, New Scientist and Plus magazine among others. He is a regular public speaker, addressing audiences big and small, from primary school workshops to research colloquia, and has taught a variety of undergraduate subjects, from number theory and geometry to the history of mathematics. His research interests span logic, network science and random processes. He is currently the publicity officer for the European Mathematical Society, and contributes extensively to its newsletter.


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