School of Mathematics and Statistics
Office: Room 710, Carslaw Building (F07)
Phone: 9351 2005
Stephan's main research interests are geometry and topology with a focus on low-dimensional manifolds. He uses techniques from algebraic geometry, hyperbolic and projective geometry, geometric group theory, representations of finitely generated groups, differential geometry as well as tropical geometry.
A principal aim of his current research is to understand the relationship between triangulations of, geometric structures on, and surfaces in 3-manifolds with view towards new topological results about 3-manifolds, practical algorithms, and applications to group theory.
More information about his research and teaching can be found at his personal web page.