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David Barnes

Lanyon South
Office 01.026
028 9097 3076

Pure Mathematics Research Centre
Queen's University Belfast
University Road

I am a lecturer in pure mathematics at Queen's University Belfast. I study algebraic topology, specifically stable homotopy theory, usually with either an equivariant or monoidal flavour. I am also interested in model categories, enriched category theory and homotopical algebra.

To give some keywords, past projects I have worked on include: classifying rational equivariant spectra in terms of an algebraic model, studying Bousfield localisations of model categories and how these localisations interact with monoidal products or framings by simplicial sets and spectra. More recently I have been working on orthogonal calculus and the functor calculus.