## Chimere Stanley Anabanti

I began a PhD in Mathematics in October 2014 under the supervision of Professor Sarah Hart, and completed it in September 2017. My doctoral research revolved around locally maximal product-free sets in finite groups. Before the PhD year, I did an M.Sc in Mathematics at the University of Warwick (2012/2013 session), where I wrote a thesis titled "The Whitehead Algorithm for free groups" under the supervision of Professor Derek Holt, as well as served as an Assistant Lecturer (2013/2014 session) at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Email: c.anabanti@mail.bbk.ac.uk; chimere.anabanti@unn.edu.ng

Mobile: +44 (0)742 144 7119; +234 (0)816 824 8639.

**Editorial Position**. I serve on the editorial board of De Gruyter Open Mathematics (formerly called Central European Journal of Mathematics) as a Language Editor: June 2016--date.

**Selected Articles/Manuscripts**

- On finite groups containing small locally maximal product-free sets (2017).
- On filled soluble groups; Communications in Algebra (2018).
- Three questions of Bertram on locally maximal sum-free sets II (2017).
- Three questions of Bertram on locally maximal sum-free sets, Birkbeck Mathematics Preprint Series, Preprint 29 (2017).
- A characterisation of elementary abelian 3-groups, arXiv: 1611.06546 (2016).
- Groups whose locally maximal product-free sets are complete, Australas. J. Combin. 71(3) (2018), 544-563. (with G. Erskine and S. B. Hart).
- Locally maximal product-free sets in 2-groups of coclass 1, Quasigroups and Related Systems, 24(2) (2016), 151-156.
- Groups containing small locally maximal product-free sets, International Journal of Combinatorics, vol. 2016, Article ID 8939182 (2016), 5 pp. (with S. B. Hart).
- On a conjecture of Street and Whitehead on locally maximal product-free sets, Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 63(3) (2015), 385-398 (with S. B. Hart).

**Selected Scholarships/Awards**

- Gilchrist Educational Trust PhD Student Prize: Birkbeck, University of London; 2018.
- Birkbeck (BEI) Anniversary Studentship: University of London; 2014--2017.
- Department of Mathematics Sup Award: University of Warwick, UK; 2012/2013.
- International Office Masters Scholarship: University of Warwick, UK; 2012--13.
- Best Science Inspiration for a hack: Science Hack, South Africa; 2012.
- Postgraduate Diploma Scholarship: AIMS, South Africa; 2011--12.
- Community Development Award: Ijebu North LGA, Ogun State; 2011.
- NYSC Ogun State Honours Award: National Youth Service Corps; 2010/11.
- Undergraduate Scholarship Award: Petroleum Tech. Dev. Fund; 2006--10.

**Recent Teaching Experience**

- Lecturer (Oct 2017--date) at the Department of Mathematics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).
- Lecturer/Associate Tutor (Sept 2015--date) at the Department of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, Birkbeck, UoL: Assist with answering questions on the Writing Mathematics moodle and Group Theory course for masters students in mathematics. I also invigilate examinations.
- Assistant Lecturer (Jan 2014--Sept 2014) at the Department of Mathematics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka: Taught undergraduate courses in Group theory, Ring theory, Galois theory and Differential equations, as well as supervised undergraduate students' projects.
- Supervisor/Teaching Assistant (Oct 2012--Sept 2013) at the Institute of Mathematics, University of Warwick, England: Gave weekly revisions in Algebra, Analysis and Differential Equations courses to first and second year undergraduate mathematics students, and assessed their weekly assignments.
- Graduate Tutor (July 2010--June 2011) at the Department of Math. Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State: Gave tutorials in Mathematics courses to undergraduate students. Also took part in marking the students' examination scripts.

**Selected Talks**

- Postgraduate Group Theory Conference at Cambridge University: Finite groups containing locally maximal product-free sets of a given size; 27-30 June 2017.
- Algebra Seminar at the University of Warwick: On classification of finite filled groups; 4 May 2017.
- London Algebra Colloquium at Queen Mary, University of London: Three questions of Bertram on locally maximal product-free sets; 16 Feb 2017.
- London Mathematical Society Graduate Student Meeting: Group Partition and Ramsey Numbers; 11 Nov 2016.
- NMS Conference at FUT Minna: On a question of Street and Whitehead on partitioning a group; 3--6 May 2016.
- Young Mathematicians Colloquium, Birmingham: On minimal sizes of locally maximal sum-free sets; 20 April 2016.
- Poster presentation at the LMS--EMS Mathematical Weekend: Product-free sets in finite groups; 18--20 Sept 2015.
- Poster presentation at the LMS 150th Anniversary Midlands regional meeting held at the University of Warwick: On minimal sizes of locally maximal product-free sets; 7 July 2015.
- LMS Graduate Student Meeting in London: On a special product-free set property; 3 July 2015.
- PGTC at the University of Bristol, UK: On a conjecture of Street and Whitehead on locally maximal product-free sets; 30 June -- 3 July 2015.
- Birkbeck Mathematical Sciences Jamboree: On locally maximal sum-free sets in finite groups; 2 June 2015.
- Nigerian Mathematical Society (NMS) Conference: Classes of minimal words of small lengths in a finitely generated free group; 27--30 May 2014.
- London Mathematical Society (LMS) Meeting: Consequences of Whitehead algorithm for free groups; 15 Nov 2013.
- Postgraduate seminar at the University of Warwick: Nature of representatives of equivalence classes of minimal words of lengths 2, 3, 4 and 5 in a finitely generated free group; 9 Oct 2013.
- Postgraduate Group Theory Conference at Manchester University, UK: Characterization of subgroups of a free group; 2--4 July 2013.
- Postgraduate Seminar at the University of Warwick, England: Free groups as a Mathematics language; 19 June 2013.
- Seminar at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka: Connection between Simple Linear Groups of the form GL(1,q) and Mersenne primes; 12 Sept 2012.

**Honours Students Supervised**

While an Assistant Lecturer at UNN (2014), I supervised two B.Sc students:

1. Agozie, Bethel (Consequences of Schrier's subgroup theorem).

2. Nnyaba, Ukamaka Victoria (Nielsen's approach to the subgroup theorem).

[Ukamaka has completed an M.Sc in Mathematics from AUST, and now enrolled for PhD there while Bethel is currently enrolled in the M.Sc programme in Mathematics at UNN.]

**Consultancy**

- LaTeX: Kindly use latexclass@gmail.com
- Programming: GAP and SageMath.