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Lonie, Dr David
Title: Dr
First Name: David
Surname: Lonie
Position: Lecturer, IT for the Oil and Gas Industry Course Leader
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 262705
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ORCID: ORCID Icon http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8914-6297

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lecturer on Engineering Mathematics modules CM1901, CM1920, CM2900, CM3900
  • Lecturer on CMM001 (Introduction to Object Oriented programming)
  • Lecturer on CM1016 (Computing Information Systems)
  • Route Leader: MSc Software Technology/MSc Software Technology with Network Management/MSc IT for the Oil and Gas Industry

Academic Background

  • BSc in Physics with Theoretical Physics (Univ. of Aberdeen, 1988)
  • Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Univ. Of Cambridge, 1991)
  • MSc in Financial Mathematics (Heriot-Watt Univ., 2001)
  • PhD in Mathematics (Univ. Of Aberdeen, 1996)

Research Interests / Professional Background

  • Computational and Mathematical Financial Modelling
  • Applications of Information Geometry in Computing, Finance and physical Sciences
  • Mathematical General Relativity (Symmetries, Holonomy Theory, Computer Algebra methods)
  • Geometrisation of Dynamical Systems

Key Publications

  1. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2011), Projective Structure and Holonomy in General Relativity, Class. Quant. Grav., 28, 083101.   
  2. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2011), Projective Structure and Holonomy in 4-dimensional Lorentz Manifolds. J.Geom. Phys. 61, 381-399
  3. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2009), Holonomy and projective structure in 4-dim Lorentz manifolds. SIGMA 5, 066  
  4. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2009), Geodesic equivalence of Einstein spaces in general relativity, Class. Quant. Grav. 26, 125009 
  5. G.S. Hall, A.R. Kashif and D.P. Lonie (2008), Some remarks on the symmetries of the curvature and Weyl tensors, Class. Quant. Grav. 25, 125008  
  6. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2008), The principle of equivalence and cosmological metrics, J. Math. Phys., 49, 022502 
  7. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2007), The principle of equivalence and projective structure in spacetimes, Class. Quant. Grav. 24 3617-3636  
  8. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2005), On the compatibility of Lorentz metrics with linear connections on four-dimensional manifolds, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 39 2995-3010 
  9. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2004), Holonomy and projective symmetry in spacetimes, Class. Quant. Grav. 21 4549-4556 
  10. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (2000), Holonomy groups and spacetimes, Class. Quant. Grav. 17 1369-1382 
  11. V.S. Titov, D.P. Lonie  and E.R. Priest (1999), On the nature of chaotic regions in hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodyamics, Phys. of Plasmas 6, 1374-1377  
  12. P. Demoulin, ER Priest and D.P. Lonie (1996), 3D magnetic reconnection without null points. 2 Application to twisted flux tubes, J. Geophys. Res. 101, 7631-7646   
  13. E.R. Priest, D.P. Lonie V.S. Titov (1996),  Bifurcations of magnetic topology by the creation or annihilation of null points, J. Plasma Phys. 56 , 507-530   
  14. G.S. Hall and D.P. Lonie (1995), Projective collineations in spacetimes, Class. Quant. Grav. 12 1007-1020