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Contact info

Email. The best way to get hold of me is by sending an email to cnewstead-at-cmu-dot-edu.

Office hours. I will be in my office (Wean Hall 8205) at the following times:

Mondays 15:15–16:15, Fridays 08:30–09:30

If you can't make the office hours and you need my help, I'm just an email away.

Teaching

SemesterCourse codeCourse nameRole
Fall 201421-259Calculus in Three DimensionsTA
Fall 2014 (Mini 1)21-490Undergraduate seminarTA
Summer 201421-256Multivariate AnalysisInstructor
Spring 201321-127Concepts of MathematicsTA
Fall 201321-120Differential and Integral CalculusTA

Other maths stuff

Cubical sets. I'm in the process of writing up some notes on cubical sets. They're still in an early stage of development, but you can download them here (Last updated: 2013-11-26)

Topos Theory. In case it's of any use to future sufferers, I am keeping the web page online for the 2012–13 Part III Topos Theory course.

Lecture notes. I am maintaining a few sets of lecture notes that I have taken. Please let me know if you find any mistakes.

Representation Theory. Cambridge, Part III, Lent Term 2013. Lectured by S. Martin.
Lecture notesTeX source
Number Fields. Cambridge, Part II, Lent Term 2012. Lectured by T. A. Fisher.
Lecture notes (without proofs)

Essay. My Part III essay was entitled Permutation Models for Set Theory and supervised by Thomas Forster. It explores some of the quirks that appears when you admit atoms into your theory of sets.

In case you were wondering...

I'm a second-year PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. I did my other degrees at Cambridge (Robinson College). My academic interests lie in category theory, topology and logic; I'm currently trying to learn all there is to learn about homotopy type theory.