Adam P. Goucher
Adam P. Goucher is a British applied topologist. He was, until recently, abysmal at ice-skating, mediocre at stand-up comedy, and wasn't even able to plummet 12000 feet from an aeroplane without feeling nauseous. He lives in a superposition of Cambridge and London, and his MathOverflow profile description is written in the third-person passive voice to appear more neutral and authoritative.
Top network posts
- 45 Can we find lattice polyhedra with faces of area 1,2,3,...?
- 41 Mathematicians wearing hats on arbitrary total orders
- 39 Ultrafilters as a double dual
- 34 Can one "hear" the shape of a polygon via external reflections?
- 31 Does an existence of large cardinals have implications in number theory or combinatorics?
- 30 Can R^3 be expressed as a disjoint union of pairwise linked circles?
- 29 Is there any theory why (for Bitcoin) the discrete logarithm problem is so hard to solve?
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