George

George is a graduate of the University of Cambridge, having studied in Trinity Hall for a BA in Natural Sciences followed by a Masters of Mathematics (MMath) specialising in Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics. Now he has started a research PhD at Imperial College London. He has worked closely with the Trinity Hall Cambridge outreach and admissions team on access events, including giving short example “supervisions” and lectures to sixth form students (on curved spaces and on quantum teleportation) with classes ranging between five to thirty. These had the aim of introducing students to the exotic and interesting geometries and mathematics beyond sixth form. He has given yearly admissions lectures and tours to sixth form students in which they discuss the process, what the interviewers are looking for, and what life is like at Cambridge.