Adam Piggott

Senior Lecturer / First Year Coordinator

Adam was an undergraduate at the University of Wollongong (B.Math, Honours first class, and B.CompSci) and a graduate student at the University of Oxford (D.Phil. Mathematics). Working as a mathematician in the USA for 13 years (three years at Tufts University and ten years at Bucknell University), he gained considerable experience teaching undergraduate mathematics within the liberal arts model. He returned to Australia in 2018, spending two and half years at the University of Queensland before moving to the Australian National University in 2021 to become the First-year Coordinator in the Mathematical Sciences Institute.

Research interests

Geometric Group Theory; Groups presented by rewriting systems; Automorphism groups of groups.

Groups

In Semester 1, 2021 I will be the course convenor and lecturer for MATH1005/MATH6005 Discrete Mathematical Structures.