Dr Clare Dunning Spoke at Conference in Australia

Reader in Applied Mathematics, and Head of Group for Mathematics, Dr Clare Dunning, from the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science (SMSAS) at the University of Kent, recently spoke at a conference in Australia.

Clare spoke at a conference on ‘Mathematical developments related to the quantum Rabi model’ at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia, on Tuesday 29 January.

She delivered a talk titled, ‘Quasi-exact solvability, the asymmetric quantum Rabi model and generalised Po ̈schl-Teller potentials’.


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Dr Clare Dunning

Reader in Applied Mathematics

Clare is a Reader in Applied Mathematics and Head of the Mathematics Group at Kent. Her research interests lie in mathematical physics, essentially all things integrable including integrable quantum field theory, classical integrable systems, quantum spin chains and lattice models , and PT-symmetric quantum mechanics.