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Mr Grigalius Taujanskas

Lecturer in Mathematics


I did my Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where I focused mainly on analysis and mathematical physics. I graduated with distinction in 2015. I then moved to Oxford to study for a doctoral degree in the CDT for Partial Differential Equations, where I work under the supervision of Professor Lionel Mason.


I tutor the first year Dynamics and the second year Quantum Theory courses. I am also a Teaching Assistant for the fourth year General Relativity II course.


My research is broadly focused on scattering theory in general relativity. This involves studying physical systems, which are governed by differential equations, on curved spacetimes, and analysing their asymptotics. General relativistic scattering theory has connections to many exciting areas of mathematical physics, including quantum gravity.