Understanding and Exploring Skew Morphisms

Skew morphisms are a generalisation of automorphisms of groups. The goals of this project are: to understand skew morphisms and their connections to other parts of group theory, to explore which groups have had there skew morphisms classified, and to use this knowledge to explore and find skew morphisms of other groups.

Aaron Jenkins

University of Western Australia

Aaron Jenkins recently completed their third year at the University of Western Australia, doing a double major in Mathematics and Computer Science. They have focused on Pure Mathematics in their third year which has included work on Symmetry, Complex Analysis, Differential Geometry, and Topology. Aaron’s primary interest has been in Group Theory which will be the focus of their research project when they undertake honours in 2020.

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