Graham. S. Hall0000-0002-2635-0311
I received my B.SC and PhD degrees in mathematics from Newcastle University, UK, and then I was appointed to The Earl Grey Memorial Fellowship at this university. Afterwards I moved to The University of Aberdeen where I spent the rest of my career, becoming professor there in 1996. I was elected to a Fellowship of The Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1995 and of The Royal Astronomical Society in 2004. I have published over 160 research papers, delivered over 200 research seminars worldwide and I am the author of an advanced text "Symmetries and Curvature Structure in General Relativity" (World Sci, 2004). I have supervised 19 PhD students, all successfully. My main areas of research are in classical mathematical relativity theory and differential geometry. I became Professor Emeritus in Aberdeen in 2011.
Biography Updated on 13 May 2013