Jonathan Bennett | |
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Nationality | British |

Alma mater | University of Edinburgh University of Oxford |

Awards | Whitehead Prize (2011) |

Scientific career | |

Fields | Mathematics |

Institutions | University of Birmingham |

Doctoral advisor | Anthony Carbery |

**Jonathan Bennett** is a mathematician and Professor of Mathematical Analysis at the University of Birmingham. He was a recipient of the Whitehead Prize of the London Mathematical Society in 2011 for "his foundational work on multilinear inequalities in harmonic and geometric analysis, and for a number of major results in the theory of oscillatory integrals."^{[1]}

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## Education

In 1995 he graduated with a BA in mathematics from Hertford College at the University of Oxford. He went on to study for a PhD in harmonic analysis under Anthony Carbery^{[2]} at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 1999.

## Career

Bennett has done postdoctoral work at the University of Edinburgh, the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Trinity College Dublin. He joined the University of Birmingham in 2005.^{[3]} Bennett is an editor for the journals *Mathematika*^{[4]} and *Quarterly Journal of Mathematics*.^{[5]}

Bennett is known for his work in harmonic analysis, particularly in applying the methods of heat flow monotonicity and induction-on-scale arguments to prove inequalities arising in harmonic and geometric analysis.^{[6]}

## References

**^**"London Mathematical Society Prizes 2011" (PDF). London Mathematical Society. Retrieved 14 July 2014.**^**"Anthony Carbery's page at Edinburgh".*University of Edinburgh*. Retrieved 7 July 2019.**^**"Professor Jonathan Bennett". University of Birmingham. Retrieved 14 August 2014..**^**"Mathematika -- Editorial Board". Retrieved 2 July 2019.**^**"Quarterly Journal of Mathematics - Editorial Board". Retrieved 2 July 2019..**^**Bennett, Jonathan (2010). "Heat-flow monotonicity related to some inequalities in Euclidean analysis".*Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations*. American Mathematical Society. pp. 85–96. ISBN 978-0-8218-4770-1.

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