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David Robinson
David Robinson

Professor David Robinson

Emeritus Professor of Mathematics

Biography

David gained his BSc at the University of Auckland of 1963 followed by a MSc in mathematics in 1964. He researched his PhD in physics at Syracuse University, graduating in 1968.

After completing his PhD he took up a role as a US National Academy of Sciences research associate at the ARL, Dayton from 1968-70 before moving to the Department of Mathematics at King's College London in 1970. He held the role of Head of Department at King's from 1993 to 1996 and was appointed Emeritus Professor in 2001.

Research Interests

 

General relativity and applied differential geometry 

 

Further Information

Research Profile

Personal webpage

    Research

    Theoretical Physics
    Theoretical Physics

    The group is at the forefront of research in supersymmetry, string and M- theory and related areas.

      Research

      Theoretical Physics
      Theoretical Physics

      The group is at the forefront of research in supersymmetry, string and M- theory and related areas.