Dr Maurice Chiodo's research page

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This is my research page. It contains a full listing of all my publications, in reverse chronological order. Most of the time the journal link will provide a direct download with no paywall. If not, the arxiv link usually gives a version that is very close to the journal version.

For convenience, here is my Mathscinet page and my Arxiv page.


Publications

23. Questions of Responsibility: Modelling in the Age of COVID-19, with D. Müller. SIAM news 53, No. 7, September 2020, 6-7. Journal link.

22. Unlocking Higher Education Spaces - What Might Mathematics Tell Us? Study group working paper, Turing Gateway to Mathematics, (2020). Journal link.

21. Ethics in Mathematics - why is it so hard? MAA Values Blog Post, February 2020. Journal link.

20. Investigating transversals as generating sets for groups, with R. Crumplin, O. Donlan, P. Piwek. Preprint at arXiv:1912.02717v1. ArXiv link.

19. Teaching Ethics in Mathematics, with P. Bursill-Hall. Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society 485, 22-26, November 2019. Journal link. Republished in the Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society 114, 38-41, December 2019. Journal link.

18. The Importance of Ethics in Mathematics, with T. Clifton. Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society 484, 22-26, September 2019. Journal link. Republished in the Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society 114, 34-37, December 2019. Journal link.

17. The role of ethics in a mathematical education, with R. Vyas. Ethics in Mathematics Discussion Papers, 2019 No. 1, (2019). Journal link.

16. How the UK and France are dealing with the AI revolution, with L. Gordon. Ethics in Mathematics Discussion Papers, 2018 No. 3, (2018). Journal link.

15. Four levels of ethical engagement, with P. Bursill-Hall. Ethics in Mathematics Discussion Papers, 2018 No. 1, (2018). Journal link.

14. Mathematicians and Ethical Engagement, with D. Müller. SIAM news 51, No. 9, November 2018, 6. Journal link.

13. Torsion, torsion length and finitely presented groups, with R. Vyas. J. Group Theory 21, No. 5, (2018), 949-971. Journal link. ArXiv link.

12. Preserving torsion orders when embedding into groups with 'small' finite presentations, with M. Hill. Preprint at arXiv:1610.00977v1. ArXiv link.

11. X-torsion and universal groups, with Z. McKenzie. Preprint at arXiv:1610.00313v1. ArXiv link.

10. Transversals as generating sets in finitely generated groups, with J. Button and M. Zeron-Medina. Bull. Aust. Math. Soc. 93, No. 1, (2016), 47-60. Journal link. ArXiv link.

9. A note on torsion length, with R. Vyas. Comm. Algebra 43, No. 11, (2015), 4825-4835. Journal link. ArXiv link.

8. Coset intersection graphs for groups, with J. Button and M. Zeron-Medina. Amer. Math. Monthly 121, No. 10, (2014), 922-926. Journal link. ArXiv link.

7. Finitely annihilated groups. Bull. Aust. Math. Soc. 90, No. 3, (2014), 404-417. Journal link. ArXiv link.

6. Coset intersection graphs, and transversals as generating sets for finitely generated groups, with J. Button and M. Zeron-Medina. J. Gonzàlez-Meneses et al. (eds.), Extended Abstracts Fall 2012, Trends in Mathematics 5, 29-34, Birkhäuser (2014). Journal link.

5. On torsion in finitely presented groups. Groups Complex. Cryptol. 6, No. 1, (2014) 1-8. Journal link. ArXiv link.

4. The subgroup identification problem for finitely presented groups. Internat. J. Algebra Comput. 23, No. 3, (2013), 673-684. Journal link. ArXiv link.

3. Conditional decision problems in group theory. PhD Thesis (2012), University of Melbourne. Library link.

2. Finding non-trivial elements and splittings in groups. J. Algebra. 331, No. 1, (2011), 271- 284. Journal link. ArXiv link.

1. An introduction to braid theory. Honours thesis, University of Melbourne (2005). Direct download.