Dr Matthew Hull
I am a Senior Teaching Fellow in the School of Mathematics and Physics.
I have a PhD degree in Physics from the University of Portsmouth, where I was awarded an STFC research studentship. My research was based on building alternative models of gravity with applications to cosmology.
I also hold an MSc degree, with distinction, in Theoretical Physics, specialised in Quantum Field Theory and Early Universe Cosmology, and an MMath degree in Mathematical Physics.
I have been teaching mathematics and physics at the University of Portsmouth continuously since 2014.
Theoretical Physics: Modified Gravity, Particle Cosmology, General Relativity, Quantum fields on curved spacetime, Inflation, Dark Energy.
Mathematics: Differential Geometry, Calabi Conjecture, Kahler-Einstein metrics, Lovelock's theorem.
M24198 Electricity & Magnetism
M24200 Introduction to Computational Physics
M20279 Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
M23525 Particle Physics
M20739 Mathematical Foundations