The Geometry and Dynamics Group researches applications of geometry within dynamics.
This topic concerns the study of SL2-tilings using the Farey graph, which is a graph that arises from a tessellation of the hyperbolic plane by ideal triangles. A sample SL2-tiling and a copy of the Farey graph embedded in the disc model of the hyperbolic plane are shown below. This research is funded by the EPSRC grant EP/W002817/1.
Here we consider applications of geometry to number theory and dynamics, with particular focus on theory of continued fractions. Geometric tools include integer lattice geometry and the Farey graph.
This topic is about the interaction between semigroup theory and dynamics for collections of hyperbolic isometries. Significant in this study are the forward and backward limit sets of semigroups of Möbius transformations, such as those shown in the figure below.