Dr John Haigh
|Post:||Emeritus Reader (Mathematics)|
|Other posts:||Associate Tutor (Mathematics)|
|Location:||Pevensey 3 5c21|
|Internal:||8104 or 8103|
|UK:||(01273) 678104 or (01273) 678103|
|International:||+44 1273 678104 or +44 1273 678103|
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(1) Skelmanthorpe County Primary School 1946-53
(2) Penistone Grammar School 1953-60
(3) Brasenose College, Oxford 1960-63
(4) Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge 1963-65
(1) University of Sussex 1966-date
(2) Visiting appointments at the Universities of:
(a) Melbourne, Summer 1968
(b) Stanford, Summer 1973
(c) Guelph, 1983-84
Married (to Kay) 1977; children Daniel (1980, deceased 2007) and Adam (1982). Lives in Brighton.
In 2012/13, as a part-time Tutorial Fellow, I convene the lecture course "Mathematics in Everyday Life" in the first semester.
Applied probability. Games and gambling.
Applied probability, with especial reference to models in biology, and optimal strategies in diverse games and gambles. The mathematics of spread betting.
Lecture course taught in 2007/8:
Mathematics in Everyday Life. (To First Year mathematics students.)
Formally, Monday 11-30 am, and Tuesday 10-00 am. But try me at any other time, preferably before 2-30 - an email to email@example.com, or phone 8104.