Stephanie A.C. Hanson
Mathematical Sciences Institute  Australian National University
email: stijnhansonATgmailDOTcom
Curriculum vitae
About Me
I'm a PhD student at the Mathematical Sciences Institute at The Australian National University, under the supervision of Dr Timothy Trudgian. I studied for my Masters of Mathematics at the University of York under the supervision of Dr Christopher Hughes on the topic of modern sieve theory and gaps between primes.
Outside of mathematics I write a cappella arrangements of popular music; engage in musical theatre performances; and enjoy board games.
Research Interests
I am interested in analytic number theory  particularly sieve theory; the twin prime problem; and approximations to Goldbach's conjecture  and algebraic & probabilistic methods.
Teaching

2015  Introduction to Modern Maths (Lecturer)
Prime Numbers  How Far Apart Are They? slides
Poincaré Conjecture and Similar Topics

2015  MATH1115 Mathematics and Applications I (Honours) (Tutor)

2015  MATH1116 Mathematics and Applications II (Honours) (Tutor)
Writings
Talks

January 2015: Number Theory seminar at the Australian National University  Three Near Miss Solutions to Goldbach's Conjecture video

January 2015: University of York Mathematics Society webinar at University of York  Three Near Miss Solutions to Goldbach's Conjecture video

December 2014: Australian Mathematical Society conference at University of Melbourne  Gaps Between Primes slides

June 2014: University of York Mathematics Society seminar at University of York  Prime Numbers: How Far Apart Are They? slides

March 2014: Number Theory Study Group at University of York  Gaps Between Primes slides

Feburary 2014: Probability seminar at University of York  Group Representation Theory on Mixing Times slides

February 2014: University of York Mathematics Society seminar at University of York  A New Number Theory? ...probably slides

February 2013: Tomorrow's Mathematician's Today conference at University of Greenwich with Michael Walker  Holistic Mathematics: An Exploration into Category Theory