## Matthew Colbrook

Welcome to my webpage. I am an assistant professor in DAMTP, University of Cambridge, and a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

- I completed my PhD, "The Foundations of Infinite-Dimensional Spectral Computations", in September 2020 at the University of Cambridge.
- For the acadmic year 2020-2021 I was a Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge.
- For the acadmic year 2021-2022 I was a FSMP Fellow at École Normale Supérieure, Paris.
**CV (last updated 3rd Nov 2022):**click for pdf

Please feel free to get in touch about possible collaborations, (graduate and postdoc) opportunities, or anything maths related!

**Email:**m[dot]colbrook[at]damtp.cam.ac.uk

## Main Academic Awards

**SIAM Activity Group on Computational Science and Engineering Best Paper Prize 2023**for the paper "Computing spectral measures of self-adjoint operators"

International prize given by SIAM once every two years to the authors of the best paper on the development of mathematical and computational tools for solving problems in science, engineering, technology, and society. The prize recognizes a paper that makes "an outstanding and potentially long-lasting contribution to the field."

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**SIAM Richard C. DiPrima Prize 2022**

International prize given by SIAM once every two years to one "early career researcher who has done outstanding research in applied mathematics (defined as those topics covered by SIAM journals)", based on doctoral dissertation.

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**IMA Lighthill-Thwaites Prize 2021**

International prize given by IMA once every two years to one early career applied mathematician, based on a paper then lecture.

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**Cecil King Travel Scholarship 2020**

Annual prize of the London Mathematical Society given "to a young mathematician of outstanding promise".

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**Smith-Knight/Rayleigh-Knight Prize 2018**

Grade I (top grade). Best first-year graduate piece of work in Mathematics Department of University of Cambridge.

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**Mayhew Prize 2016**

Best masters degree in Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge.

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