Martin John DUNWOODY Martin John DUNWOODY

Curriculum Vitae

Date of Birth

November 1938.



Qualifications

1961 B.Sc., Manchester, Hons. 1st Class.

1964 Ph.D., Australian National University


Positions Held

1964-65 Assistant Lecturer, University of Sussex

1965-66 Temporary Lecturer, Makerere University College, Uganda

1966-67 Assistant Lecturer, University of Sussex

1967-81 Lecturer, University of Sussex

1981-92 Reader, University of Sussex

1992-2003 Professor, University of Southampton

2003- Emeritus Professor, University of Southampton


Books

[1] W.Dicks and M.J.Dunwoody, Groups acting on graphs, Cambridge University Press, 1989. Errata Warren Dicks Home Page.

Papers

[2] M.J.Dunwoody, On T-systems of groups, J. Australian Math. Soc. 3 (1963) 173-179.


[3] M.J.Dunwoody, On relation groups, Math. Zeit. 81 (1963) 180-186.


[4] M.J.Dunwoody, On verbal subgroups of free groups, Archiv d. Math. 16 (1965) 154-157.


[5] M.J.Dunwoody, On product varieties, Math. Zeit. 104 (1968) 91-97.


[6] M.J.Dunwoody, The Magnus embedding, J. London Math. Soc. 44 (1969) 115-117.


[7] M.J.Dunwoody, Neilsen transformations in Computational Problems in Abstract Algebra (Pergamon Press, 1969) 45-46.


[8] M.J.Dunwoody, The Hopficity of F/Rยข, Bull. London Math.Soc. 3 (1971) 18-20.


[9] M.J.Dunwoody, Relation modules, Bull. London Math.Soc. 3 (1972) 151-155.


[10] M.J.Dunwoody and A.Pietrowski, Presentations of the trefoil group, Canad. Math. Bull. 16 (1973) 517-520.


[11] M.J.Dunwoody, K2(Zp) for pa group of order two or three, J. London Math.Soc. 11 (1975) 482-490.


[12] M.J.Dunwoody, K2 of a Euclidean ring, J. Pure Applied Algebra 7 (1976) 53-58.


[13] C.Bamford and M.J.Dunwoody, On accessible groups, J. Pure Applied Algebra 7 (1976) 333-346.


[14] M.J.Dunwoody, The homotopy type of a two-dimensional complex, Bull. London Math. Soc. 8 (1976) 281-285.


[15] M.J.Dunwoody, Accessibility and groups of cohomological dimension one, Proc. London Math. Soc. 38 (1979) 193-215.


[16] P.H.Berridge and M.J.Dunwoody, Non-free projective modules for torsion-free groups, J. London Math. Soc. 19 (1979) 193-215.


[17] M.J.Dunwoody, Recognizing free factors, in Homological Group Theory (Proceeding os a symposium held at Durham in September 1977), London Math. Soc. Lecture Note Series 36 (1979) 245-250.


[18] M.J.Dunwoody, Answer to a conjecture of J.M.Cohen, J.Pure Applied Algebra 16 (1980) 249.


[19] M.J.Dunwoody, Cutting up graphs, Combinatorica 2 (1982) 15-23.


[20] M.J.Dunwoody, An equivariant sphere theorem, Bull. London Math. Soc. 18 437-448.


[21] M.J.Dunwoody, The accessibility of finitely presented groups, Invent. Math. 81 (1985) 449-457.


[22] M.J.Dunwoody and R.A.Fenn, On the finiteness of higher knot sums, Topology 26 (1987) 337-343.


[23] M.J.Dunwoody, Bounding the decomposition of a Poincar\' e duality group, Bull. London Math. Soc. 21 (1989) 466-468.


[24] M.J.Dunwoody, Groups acting on R-trees, Communications in Algebra 19 (1991) 2125-2136. Erratum Communications in Algebra 19 (1991) 3191.


[25] M.J.Dunwoody and M.A.Roller, Splitting groups over polycyclic-by-finite subgroups, Bull. London Math. Soc. 25 (1993) 29-36.


[26] M.J.Dunwoody, An inaccessible group, In: G.A.Niblo and M.A.Roller (editors) Geometric Group Theory, Vol I, L.M.S. Lecture Note Series 181 (Cambridge University Press, 1993) 75-78.


[27] M.J.Dunwoody, Inaccessible groups and protrees, J. Pure Applied Algebra 88 (1993) 63-78.


[28] M.J.Dunwoody, Cyclic presentations and 3-manifolds, In: Proc. Inter. Conf., Groups-Korea '94, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York (1995) 47-55.


[29] M.J.Dunwoody and M.E.Sageev, Splittings of certain Fuchsian groups, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 125 (1997) 1953-54.


[30] M.J.Dunwoody, Groups acting on protrees, J. London Math. Soc. 56 (1997) 125-36.


[31] M.J.Dunwoody, Folding sequences, In: Rivin, I., Rourke, C. and Series C., eds.The Epstein Birthday Schrift, (Geometry and Topology Monographs, 1), International Press (1998) 139-158.


[32] M.J.Dunwoody and J.M.Jones, A group with strange decomposition properties, J. of Group Theory 1 (1998) 301-305..


[33] M.J.Dunwoody and M.E.Sageev, JSJ-decompositions for finitely presented groups over slender subgroups, Invent. Math. 135 (1999) 25-44.


[34] M.J.Dunwoody and J.M.Jones, A group with very strange decomposition properties, J. Austral. Math. Soc. (Series A) 67 (1999) 185-190.


[35] W.Dicks and M.J.Dunwoody, On equalizers of sections J. Algebra 216 (1999) 20-39.


[36] M.J.Dunwoody, A small unstable action on a tree, Math. Research Letters.6 (1999) 1-14.


[37] M.J.Dunwoody and E.L.Swenson, The algebraic torus theorem, Invent. Math. 140 (2000) 605-637.


[38] M.J.Dunwoody, A tessellation and a group acting on trees (2002) dvi.file.


[39] M.J.Dunwoody, Groups acting on real trees, (New version August 2007) pdf.file.


[40] Warren Dicks and M.J.Dunwoody, Retracts of vertex sets of tree and the almost stability theorem, J. Group Theory 10 (2007) 703-721.


[41] M.J.Dunwoody, Planar graphs and covers. (2005, Corrected version 2009) pdf.file.


[42] M.J.Dunwoody, Isometries and morphisms of real trees. (2007) pdf.file.


[43] M.J.Dunwoody, Rectangle groups. (2007) pdf.file.


[44] M.J.Dunwoody and B. Kroen, Vertex cuts. J. of Graph Theory 80 (2015) 138-171.


[45] M.J.Dunwoody, An inaccessible graph. In: Daniel Lenz, Florian Sobieczky and Wolfgang Woess (editors) Random Walks, Boundaries and Spectra, Progress in Probability64 (Birkhauser, 2011) 1-14.



[46] M.J.Dunwoody, Finitely presented groups acting on trees. (2012) pdf.file.


[47] M.J.Dunwoody, An (FA)-group that is not (FR). (2013, this version April 2014) pdf.file.


[48] M.J.Dunwoody, Structure trees, networks and almost invariant sets. In: Tulio Ceccherini-Silberstein, Maura Salvatori and Ecaterina Sava-Huss(editors) Groups, Graphs and Random Walks L.M.S. Lecture Note Series 436 (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 137-175.





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