I am currently a Post Doctoral Researcher at the University of Bristol, having completed my PhD at the same university under the supervision of Jeremy Rickard.

My research focuses on the modular representation theory of finite dimensional algebras. My thesis was titled: "On separable equivalence of finite dimensional algebras."

## Talks

**Representations of quivers**, University of South Wales, January 2017**Separable equivalences for finite-dimensional algebras**, BLOC 71, Oxford, December 2015**An introduction to separable equivalence**, Postgraduate Group Theory Conference 2014 (slides)**Airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow**, Bristol Two-Minute Talks (slides)**Quivers and representation type**, Bristol Postgraduate Pure Seminar (notes)**Why doesn’t one of them cycle faster?**, Bristol Two-Minute Talks (slides)**Diagram chasing with lizards**, Bristol Postgraduate Pure Seminar (notes)**Representations of quivers**, Bristol MINGLE 2012 (slides)

## Papers and personal notes

**Separable equivalence, complexity and representation type**, Journal of Algebra 490 (2017) (notes)- Quivers, functor category and almost-split sequences (notes)

## Thesis

- On separable equivalence of finite dimensional algebras (notes)

## Contact

- simon.peacock@bristol.ac.uk
- Snail Mail
- Simon Peacock

School of Mathematics

University of Bristol

University Walk

Bristol

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