Previously I was an EPSRC funded postdoc at the University of St Andrews working with Kenneth Falconer on various problems relating to dynamics on self-affine sets. Before that I worked with Karma Dajani at the University of Utrecht. The main focus of my research there was the ergodic theory of dynamical systems relating to expansions of real numbers. In particular, I looked at how properties of the random beta-transformation can be used in the discussion of absolute continuity of Bernoulli convolutions.

I completed my PhD at the University of Warwick in March 2011 under the supervision of Mark Pollicott. My thesis was on thermodynamic formalism for symbolic dynamical systems.

I'm originally from Derby and have also lived in Coventry, Utrecht, Edinburgh and Manchester. I regularly take part in Parkrun and am currently struggling to learn the Greek language in time for my wedding to Aspa next year.

On the L^q Dimensions of Measures on Hueter-Lalley Type Self-Affine Sets, with J. Fraser, to appear in Proc. AMS.

The Dimension of Projections of Self- Affine Sets and Measures, with K. Falconer, Preprint 2015.

The Random Continued Fraction Transformation, with C. Kalle and E. Verbitskiy, to appear in Nonlinearity 2017.

The Scenery Flow for Self-Affine Measures, Preprint 2015.

Planar self-affine sets with equal Hausdorff, box and affinity dimensions, with K. Falconer, appeared here in ETDS, 2016 .

Sets of beta-expansions and the Hausdorff Measure of Slices through Fractals, appeared here in the Journal of the European Mathematical Society, 2016 .

Bernoulli Convolutions and 1D Dynamics, with T. Persson, appeared here in Nonlinearity, 2015 .

Self-Affine Sets with Positive Lebesgue Measure (with K. Dajani and K. Jiang), Indag. Math 2014.

Digit Frequencies and Bernoulli Convolutions, Indag. Math 2014.

On The Invariant Density of the Random Beta- Transformation, appeared here in Acta Mathematica Hungarica, 2013.

Counting Beta Expansions and the Absolute Continuity of Bernoulli Convolutions appeared here in Monatshefte für Mathematik, 2013.

Thermodynamic Formalism for Suspension Flows over Countable Markov Shifts, appeared here in Nonlinearity, 2011.

Zero Temperature Limits of Gibbs Equilibrium States for Countable Markov Shifts, appeared here in the Journal of Statistical Physics, 2011.

Factors of Gibbs Measures for Subshifts of Finite Type, appeared here in the Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, 2011.

Factors of Gibbs Measures for Full Shifts, (with M. Pollicott), appeared in the proceedings of the BIRS Workshop on Hidden Markov Processes, 2011.

Tom Kempton

School of Mathematics

The University of Manchester

Manchester

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United Kingdom

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thomas.kempton@manchester.ac.uk

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