Dr Clio Cresswell

F07 - Carslaw Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 9351 4533
Fax 9351 4534

Research interests

Clio Cresswell is a member of the Applied Mathematics Research Group, carrying out research in the area of Integrable Systems. The theory of integrable systems ranges widely in mathematics and physics. The study of integrable systems unveils intriguing and beautiful geometrical and topological aspects of fundamental equations, often with surprising applications.

Specific research areas: discrete integrable systems, Painlevé equations, (quantum) monodromy, soliton equations, topology of integrable systems, Riemann-Hilbert problems

Teaching and supervision

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Selected publications

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Books

  • Cresswell, C. (2003). Mathematics and Sex. Australia: Allen and Unwin.

2003

  • Cresswell, C. (2003). Mathematics and Sex. Australia: Allen and Unwin.

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