Chimere Stanley Anabanti
I began research leading to a PhD in Mathematics in October 2014 under the supervision of Professor Sarah Hart, and earned the PhD in September 2017. My doctoral research revolved around locally maximal productfree 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 2016date.
Selected Articles/Manuscripts
 On finite groups containing small locally maximal productfree sets (2017).
 On filled soluble groups; Communications in Algebra, available at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00927872.2018.1459645 (2018).
 Three questions of Bertram on locally maximal sumfree sets II (2017).

Three questions of Bertram on locally maximal sumfree sets, Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing (AAECC), available at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s0020001803640 (2018).
 A characterisation of elementary abelian 3groups, arXiv: 1611.06546 (2016).
 Groups whose locally maximal productfree sets are complete, Australas. J. Combin. 71(3) (2018), 544563. (with G. Erskine and S. B. Hart).
 Locally maximal productfree sets in 2groups of coclass 1, Quasigroups and Related Systems, 24(2) (2016), 151156.
 Groups containing small locally maximal productfree 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 productfree sets, Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 63(3) (2015), 385398 (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; 20142017.
 Department of Mathematics Sup Award: University of Warwick, UK; 2012/2013.
 International Office Masters Scholarship: University of Warwick, UK; 201213.
 Best Science Inspiration for a hack: Science Hack, South Africa; 2012.
 Postgraduate Diploma Scholarship: AIMS, South Africa; 201112.
 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; 200610.
Recent Teaching Experience
 Lecturer (Oct 2017date) at the Department of Mathematics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).
 Lecturer/Associate Tutor (Sept 2015date) 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 2014Sept 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 2012Sept 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 2010June 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 productfree sets of a given size; 2730 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 productfree 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; 36 May 2016.
 Young Mathematicians Colloquium, Birmingham: On minimal sizes of locally maximal sumfree sets; 20 April 2016.
 Poster presentation at the LMSEMS Mathematical Weekend: Productfree sets in finite groups; 1820 Sept 2015.
 Poster presentation at the LMS 150th Anniversary Midlands regional meeting held at the University of Warwick: On minimal sizes of locally maximal productfree sets; 7 July 2015.
 LMS Graduate Student Meeting in London: On a special productfree set property; 3 July 2015.
 PGTC at the University of Bristol, UK: On a conjecture of Street and Whitehead on locally maximal productfree sets; 30 June  3 July 2015.
 Birkbeck Mathematical Sciences Jamboree: On locally maximal sumfree 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; 2730 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; 24 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 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.