Liam Hodgkinson was a PhD student at the University of Queensland studying applied probability, graduating in November 2019. He began his Bachelor of Science with Honours degree at the University of Queensland in 2012 with an Australian Student Prize and a UQ Excellence Scholarship. Since then, he has been awarded the James Cecil Stevenson Memorial Prize in 2013, the Ethel Raybould Memorial Prize in 2016, and has earned seven Dean's commendations. His interests include the convergence of stochastic processes, stochastic partial differential equations, and interacting particle systems and large-scale simulations thereof. His current work involves the analysis and approximation of particle systems arising in ecology and epidemiology. Liam is currently a postdoctoral research fellow within the Department of Statistics at UC Berkeley.
The broad aim to develop mathematical models for population dynamics that account for local population behaviour, individual variation, spatial structure, and differing migration patterns, and to calibrate these models to real data.
From PKP's email:
Please join me in congratulating Liam Hodgkinson on the award (with Joel Gibson from Sydney) of the 2018 B.H. Neumann Prize for the best student talk at the Annual Conference of the Australian Mathematical Society [62nd Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society, University of Adelaide, 4-7 December 2018]; there were 61 eligible student talks.
Professor of Mathematics
Ethel Raybould Prize was awarded to Liam Hodgkinson. Awarded from the University of Queensland.
Student Poster Day - Best Poster in Mathematics, School of Mathematics and Physics was awarded to Liam Hodgkinson. Awarded from the University of Queensland.
University Medal was awarded to Liam Hodgkinson. Awarded from the University of Queensland.
Invited talks, refereed proceedings and other conference outputs