Michael Eastwood
Michael Eastwood  

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Nationality  Australian 
Citizenship  Australia 
Education  PhD 
Alma mater  Princeton University 
Occupation 

Employer  University of Adelaide 
Known for  Known for his work in twistor theory, conformal differential geometry and invariant differential operators 
Awards 

Scientific career  
Fields  Differential Geometry 
Doctoral advisor  Robert C. Gunning 
Doctoral students 

Michael Eastwood FAA is a mathematician at the University of Adelaide^{[1]}, known for his work in twistor theory, conformal differential geometry and invariant differential operators. In 1976^{[2]} he received a PhD at Princeton University in several complex variables under Robert C. Gunning. He was a member of the twistor research group of Roger Penrose at the University of Oxford and he coauthored the monograph The Penrose Transform: Its Interaction with Representation Theory with Robert Baston. After moving to South Australia in 1985 he was the 1992 recipient of the Australian Mathematical Society Medal ^{[3]}and made a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science in 2005. ^{[4]}
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References
 ↑ "School of Mathematical Sciences". www.maths.adelaide.edu.au. Retrieved 20200629.
 ↑ "Robert C. Gunning's webpage".
 ↑ "Aust MS : The Australian Mathematical Society Medal". www.austms.org.au. Retrieved 20200629.
 ↑ "Michael Eastwood". www.science.org.au. Retrieved 20200629.
External links
 Michael Eastwood  Inner Traditions
 Professor Michael Eastwood  School of Mathematical Sciences
 Michael Eastwood  Australian Academy of Science
 Michael Eastwood's research works  University of Adelaide
 Michael Eastwood: Books  Amazon.in
 Michael Eastwood  Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU
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