School researcher wins NZMS award

Date: 08 December 2017

Dr Brendan Creutz from the School of Mathematics and Statistics has won the 2017 New Zealand Mathematical Society’s Early Career Research Award. The award is based on Brendan’s best three research articles, and recognises his outstanding work on local-global questions on diophantine equations, in particular his resolution of a 50 year old question of Cassels and the development of novel computational techniques to study the arithmetic of algebraic curves and surfaces.