Physics and mathematics are truly international enterprises. The majority of the staff at the centre for mathematical sciences collaborate with other researchers around the world. Often this involves working with graduate students. Sometimes a researcher at CMS in Plymouth will also formally supervise a PhD student at another University.
Recently Angel Gonzalez Prieto was awarded a PhD at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. One of his supervisors was Dr. Marina Logares from the CMS at the University of Plymouth.
The title of the thesis was: Topological Quantum Field Theories for Character Varieties.