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Nadia Mazza
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Lancaster University
Lancaster, LA1 4YF

Office : B39
Tel : +44(0)1524-593961
Email : please, see here.

Short bio

Current position: Lecturer in Pure Mathematics.
I graduated from the Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2003 (in the Department of Mathematics which is now part of the EPFL).
Then, I went to the University of Georgia (UGA), in Athens, GA, USA, and was then employed as a postdoctoral associate and part-time instructor until 2006.
I came back to Europe after this experience, and enjoyed the Scottish climate at the University of Aberdeen until January 2008, as an advanced research fellow of the Swiss National Foundation.
In Spring 2008, I briefly went back to the United States, in California, for a 5-months research programme at the MSRI, in Berkeley.

In June 2010, together with Jon Carlson, Radu Stancu and Donna Testerman, we organised the conference Group Representation Theory and Related Topics in Lausanne. It was on honour of the 60th birthday of Prof. Jacques Thévenaz. In addition, please find here the handout version of my oral contribution to the conference.
At the end of this meeting, two short-courses for the Doctoral School of the EPFL took place, and I had the pleasure to give one of them. The lecture notes are available in pdf and in dvi.

On 17th April 2013 and on 3rd April 2014, on the campus of Lancaster University, I organised the Florence Nightingale Day , as a one-day event to promote mathematics and statistics and especially the participation of women in those subjects.

Here is my Curriculum Vitae, for more details about my professional experience.

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