Entangled Structures

This project aims to be a significant literature review of recent work that has been done to understand entangled structures relevant to areas of physics, chemistry and biology and their inherent symmetry. This project will then summarise these findings for a mathematical audience and critically evaluate the approaches used to understand these structures with a specific focus on their applicability and usefulness in understanding the many properties of this broad class of structures.

Nick Bermingham

Australian National University

Nick Bermingham is a current student at ANU having completed three out of four years in a double degree consisting of a Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences and Bachelor of Science majoring in chemistry with minors in physics and biology. Nick is currently interested in understanding how to apply topological methods to problems in physics, chemistry and biology and hopes to do honours in this area.

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