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HAMILTON SCHOLARS AND FELLOWS WEBPAGE

 

Hamilton Scholar 2014/2015 Argia Rubeo

Argia_Rubeo

The first Hamilton Ph.D. Scholarship was awarded in October 2014, with seed funding TCD’s Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, and the generous support of Trinity’s US alumni.

The scholarship was awarded to Argia Rubeo from Italy after an international competition.

“I am deeply honoured to have received the Hamilton Scholar Award as it has allowed me to continue studying Physics, which is my passion, and experience doing research in a stimulating environment at Trinity under the brilliant supervision of Professor S.Sint. Not only does this opportunity mean a lot to me personally, but also, at a wider level, I think it is of fundamental importance to support students in order to make developments in research”. – Argia Rubeo

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 Hamilton Fellow 2015/2016 Dr Victoria Lebed

Victoria Lebed

In 2016, a Hamilton Fellowship was awarded to Dr Victoria Lebed in 2016 following an international competition. This is a three year post combining research and teaching, commencing in September 2016. Dr Lebed previously worked as a postdoc at Jean Leray Mathematics Institute in Nantes, France. This postdoctoral position was created with generous support from an anonymous donor. 

 

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Hamilton Scholar 2016/17 Nicholas Aido

Nicholas Aido

Nicholas Aido is our most recent Hamilton Scholar. He has a B.A in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Ghana and an MSc in Mathematical Sciences from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. Nicholas will be working under the supervision of Professor Andreea Nicoara. His project entails learning not just classical several complex variables but also becoming conversant with methods in geometry as well as algebraic geometry.  This Hamilton Scholarship was created with corporate support from Corvil and a gift from Trinity Mathematics alumnus Kieran Higgins (1995)