Title: **Professor of Pure Mathematics**

**Curriculum Vitae or (pdf) Curriculum Vitae (not really fully up to date)
Publication list:
To learn about some of my more recent interests, look here or
here or here.**

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EFFICIENT CONGRUENCING: The current hot topic for me is the new efficient congruencing approach to Vinogradov's mean value theorem, which for the first time comes within a factor of two of delivering the best possible bounds for the number of variables required to deliver optimal estimates, and comes within a whisker of proving the main conjecture. You can read about this subject here:
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** T. D. Wooley, Vinogradov's mean value theorem via efficient congruencing, Annals of Math. 175 (2012), 1575--1627.**

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** T. D. Wooley, Vinogradov's mean value theorem via efficient congruencing, II, Duke Math. J. 162 (2013), 673--730.**

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** S. T. Parsell, S. M. Prendiville and T. D. Wooley, Near-optimal mean value estimates for multidimensional Weyl sums, Geom. Funct. Anal. 23 (2013), 1962--2024.**

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** T. D. Wooley, Translation invariance, exponential sums and Waring's problem, Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians, Seoul, 2014, pp. 505--529.**

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** K. Ford and T. D. Wooley, On Vinogradov's mean value theorem: strongly diagonal behaviour via efficient congruencing, Acta Math. (to appear), 33pp.**

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** T. D. Wooley, Multigrade efficient congruencing and Vinogradov's mean value theorem, submitted, 46pp.**

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** T. D. Wooley, Approximating the main conjecture in Vinogradov's mean value theorem, submitted, 52pp.**

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** T. D. Wooley, The cubic case of the main conjecture in Vinogradov's mean value theorem, submitted, 21pp.**

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** Notes on the recent publication: J. Bruedern, K. Kawada and T. D. Wooley, "Additive representation in thin sequences, VIII: Diophantine inequalities in review", in: Number Theory, Dreaming in Dreams, Proceedings of the 5th China-Japan Seminar, Eds. T. Aoki, S. Kanemitsu and J. Y. Liu, World Scientific, 2009, pp. 20--79.**

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**Slides of Bristol Colloquium (19/11/2007):
Waring's problem,
the declining exchange rate between small powers, and the story of 13,792.
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**My students:**

**Bin Wei (1 year visiting PhD student from Shandong University, Jinan);**

**Sam Chow (PhD 201?, University of Bristol);**

**Thomas Bloom (PhD 2014, University of Bristol; now at University of Bristol);**

**Julia Brandes (PhD 2014, University of Bristol; now at Universitaet Goettingen);**

**Siu Lun Alan Lee
(PhD 2013, University of Bristol);**

**Damaris Schindler (PhD 2013, University of Bristol [joint with Tim Browning]; now at HCM, Universitaet Bonn);**

**Eugen Keil (PhD 2013, University of Bristol; now at University of Oxford);**

**Sean Prendiville
(PhD 2011, University of Bristol; now at University of Bristol);**

**Craig Spencer
(PhD 2008, University of Michigan; now at Kansas State University);**

**Matthew Smith
(PhD 2007, University of Michigan; now at Berklee College of Music);**

**Mike Knapp
(PhD 2000, University of Michigan; now at Loyola College);**

**Scott Parsell
(PhD 1999, University of Michigan; now at West Chester University);**

**Eric Freeman
(PhD 1999, University of Michigan; now at University of California, Berkeley;)**

**Joel Wisdom (PhD 1998, University of Michigan; now at U.S. Government)**

**Greg Martin
(PhD 1997, University of Michigan [joint with Hugh Montgomery], now at University of British Columbia)**

**Morley Davidson
(PhD 1995, University of Michigan; now at Kent State University, Ohio) NEWS ITEM!**