A 2-dimensional notion of holonomy, (1996).
Lecturer, Inonu University, Turkey.
Anne HEYWORTH, (Supervised with C.D. Wensley),
Applications of Rewriting Systems and Groebner Bases to Computing Kan Extensions
and Identities Among Relations, (1999).
Research Assistant in Computer Science, Leicester, till 2004.
Part time Lecturer, Coleg Menai.
Emma MOORE, (Supervised with C.D. Wensley),
Graphs of groups: word computations and free crossed resolutions, (2001).
Working for Norwich Union.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: I would like to thank all of the above, whose contribution
as young people to the overall research programme has been immense, with
many key ideas, as is partially apparent from my publication record. Many
of the thesis areas set were very hard, and are still the subject of research
depending on these contributions.
All students have been greatly helped by colleagues at Bangor, particularly
Tim Porter and Chris Wensley.
I can't resist quoting an apochryphal dedication to a PhD thesis, as related
to me by Michael Barratt, many years ago.
"I am grateful to Professor X., whose wrong conjectures and fallacious proofs
led me to the theorems he had overlooked."