Paul Sutcliffe

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Paul Sutcliffe
Residence England
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Alma mater University of Durham[1]
Doctoral advisor Richard S. Ward[1]
Notable awards Whitehead Prize (2006)

Paul Sutcliffe is British mathematical physicist and mathematician, currently Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Durham.[2] He specialises in the study of topological solitons.

He serves as the Project Director of the SPOCK (Scientific Properties of Complex Knots) research programme dedicated to the study of knotted structures.[3]

Sutcliffe was awarded the LMS Whitehead Prize in 2006 for his contributions to the study of topological solitons and their dynamics.[4]

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