Martins Bruveris

Climb if you will, but remember that courage and strength are nought without prudence, and that a momentary negligence may destroy the happiness of a lifetime. Do nothing in haste; look well to each step; and from the beginning think what may be the end.
—Edward Whymper, Scrambles Amongst the Alps

I am currently a lecturer at Brunel University London.

My research interests are infinite-dimensional Riemannian geometry, shape spaces and diffeomorphism groups as well as applications thereof.

Blog

I have started a blog: Quo Vadis?
I will be about mathematics, how it impacts our life, about teaching and the interesting bits I encounter in my research.

Contact Information

Office: TOWA 022
Tower A
Brunel University London
Uxbridge UB8 3PH
United Kingdom

Email: martins dot bruveris at brunel dot ac dot uk
Presence on the web: Google Scholar, arXiv, GitHub.

profile for Martins Bruveris on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites

Workshop on Shape Analysis and Computational Anatomy, 2017

In the Autumn of 2017 the Newton Institute will host the programme Growth Form and Self-Organisation to celebrate the 100th anniversary of D'Arcy Thompson's book On Growth and Form. The workshop on Shape Analysis and Computational Anatomy will form part of the programme.

Dates: November 13 – 17, 2017.
Organisers: Martins Bruveris and Darryl Holm
Website: here

More information will follow.

Workshop on Shape Analysis, Stochastic Mechanics and Optimal Transport, 2018

In December we will organise a workshop on shape analysis and related topics at the Banff International Research Station.

Dates: December 9–14, 2018.
Organisers: Martin Bauer, Martins Bruveris, Darryl Holm, Sarang Joshi, Tanya Schmah, Stefan Sommer, François-Xavier Vialard.
Contact: shape.banff2018@gmail.com
Website: www.birs.ca/events/2018/5-day-workshops/18w5151

More information will follow.

Special Issue of J. Geom. Mech.

We are currently editing a special issue on "Infinite-Dimensional Riemannian Geometry" for the Journal of Geometric Mechanics.

The special issue is conected with the recently held research programme at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute in Vienna.

Editors: Peter W. Michor (associate editor), Martin Bauer and Martins Bruveris (guest editors).