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My main areas of mathematical interest are analytic number theory, and additive combinatorics.

I’m particularly intrigued by Roth’s Theorem and non-linear variations of it. Another of my key interests is sieve methods, and their applications to primes numbers ad beyond. It’s in one of these areas that I’m looking to do a PhD.

I am currently studying for an MSc in Mathematics at Kings College, London and in summer 2023, I will undertake a research project as part of this course.

I graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 2020 with a BA (Hons) in Mathematics. Whilst at Trinity, I supported several initiatives to encourage women to study mathematics, a particular passion of mine. My favourite courses were graph theory, and number theory, but I studied a variety of courses. I have also independently reviewed the additive combinatorics and analytic number theory courses from Part III (the Cambridge mathematics masters) by reading through notes, and looking at the problems set as part of the course.

Sophie (a blonde woman) at her graduation. She is wearing a black gown with a fluffy (faux fur) white hood
Sophie at her graduation
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