Dr Ian McIntosh
BSc (Monash), DIC, PhD (London)
Senior Lecturer
Research interestsMy research concentrates on the geometry of surfaces. Most of this involves understanding the construction of surfaces which embed or immerse into "nice ambient spaces" so that the surface possesses an attractive property, such as being an area minimizer, or having constant mean curvature (and natural, relevant, generalisations of these properties). This involves a combination of Riemann surface theory, Lie group theory and harmonic map theory (particularly, Riemannian twistor theory). Right now I'm interested in: the conformal geometry of surfaces in the 4sphere, Willmore surfaces, minimal and Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian surfaces, using minimal surfaces to understand representations of a surface group (fundamental group of a compact hyperbolic surface). Recent Publications2013
Minimal Lagrangian surfaces in CH^2 and representations of surface groups into SU(2,1). Geometriae Dedicata. 162(1):6793. Abstract
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2013. 2011
The quaternionic KP hierarchy and conformally immersed 2tori in the 4sphere.. Tohoku Mathematical Journal. Second Series, 63(2):183215. Abstract
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2011.
The classification of Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori in CP^2 by their spectral data.. Manuscripta Mathematica. 135:437468. Abstract
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2011.
The spectral data for Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori in R^4. Differential Geometry and its Applications. 29(2) Abstract
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2011. 2008
Harmonic tori and their spectral data. Surveys on geometry and integrable systems . 51:285314.
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2008. Teaching
AdministrationMember of the Mathematics Graduate School Commitee Chair, MAGIC Programme Committee
Member, MAGIC Management Committee
MAGIC node manager

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Dr Ian McIntosh
Department of Mathematics University of York York, YO10 5DD


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