Graham. S. Hall0000-0002-2635-0311
Graham. S. Hall received his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mathematics from Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK, and then, he was appointed to The Earl Grey Memorial Fellowship at the same University. Afterwards, he moved to The University of Aberdeen, where he spent the rest of his career, becoming professor there in 1996. I was elected to the Fellowship of The Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1995 and of The Royal Astronomical Society in 2004. He has published over 160 research papers, delivered over 200 research seminars worldwide, and author of an advanced text "Symmetries and Curvature Structure in General Relativity" (World Sci, 2004). I have supervised 19 Ph.D. students. His main areas of research are in classical mathematical relativity theory and differential geometry. S. Hall worked as a Professor in Aberdeen in 2011.
Biography Updated on 23 June 2013