Eleanor Lingham is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Sheffield Hallam University. She holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Nottingham, and a Masters Degree in Mathematics from University College Cork, Ireland. She joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2015.
Eleanor’s main research area is complex analysis. One topic that she is particularly interested in is function theory, which is the study of the properties of different types of functions.
Other topics in complex analysis that she is interested in are complex dynamics, composite functions, Nevanlinna theory and normal families.
Eleanor is currently co-authoring a book entitled ‘Research Problems in Function Theory’ with Prof. Walter K. Hayman. This project involves researching the development of a list of over 500 complex analysis problems that range over nine areas of complex analysis.
Eleanor is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the London Mathematical Society.
Specialist areas of interest
- Complex analysis
- Theory of analytic and meromorphic functions
- Nevanlinna theory
- Normal families
- Composite functions
Foundation Mathematics 2 (Level 3) Eng Foundation Year (Module Leader)
Mathematical Analysis (Level 5) BSc Maths
Mathematical Methods (Level 4) BSc Maths
Eleanor is currently researching Hayman’s List of 'Research Problems in Function Theory.' She is co-authoring a new edition of the book with Professor Walter K Hayman (Imperial College)
- Invited reviewer for Ireland’s Delta awards (Disciplinary Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Assessment)
- LMS Representative at Sheffield Hallam