Mr Andrew Mitchell MMath In 'Topology and Dynamics' Topology and DynamicsSeminars and eventsPrevious PhD students School of MathematicsPhD Student Contact details Emailacm925@student.bham.ac.uk AddressSchool of MathematicsWatson BuildingUniversity of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT UK Andrew Mitchell is a PhD student in the Topology and Dynamics Group. His supervisors are Dr Dan Rust (Open University) and Dr Tony Samuel. Qualifications MMath in Mathemtics, University of St Andrews, 2018 Doctoral research PhD titleErgodic and geometric properties of random substitutions.SupervisorDr Tony SamuelCoursePure Mathematics PhD Research Research Themes Aperiodic order Ergodic theory and dynamical systems Fractal geometry and multifractal analysis Applications of computational methods to problems in the above areas Other activities Awarded Associate Fellowship of Advance HE, June 2022. Publications Coincidence and noncoincidence of dimensions in compact subsets of [0, 1], (with L. Olsen), arXiv:1812.09542, 18 pages. Measure theoretic entropy of random substitution subshifts, (with P. Gohlke, D. Rust and T. Samuel). Annales Henri Poincaré, to appear, 47 pages. On the Hausdorff and packing measures of typical compact metric spaces, (with S. Jurina, N. Macgregor, L. Olsen and A. Stylianou). Aequationes Mathematicae, 92, (2018), 709-735.