Dr. Tina Harriott
General Relativity (Einstein’s gravitational theory)
T. A. Harriott, J. G. Williams submitted to General Relativity and Gravitation, (2017)
“Three-variable solution in the (2+1)-dimensional null-surface formulation”.
T. A. Harriott, J. G. Williams proceedings of the 14th Marcel Grossman conference, held
at the University of Rome Sapienza, Italy July 12 – 18, 2015. “Exact Solution in the 3+1 null surface formulation”.
T. A. Harriott, J. G. Williams General Relativity and Gravitation, 46, 1665-1675 (2014)
“Solution for the null-surface formulation of general relativity in 2+1 dimensions”.
T. A. Harriott, J. G. Williams proceedings of the 11th Marcel Grossman Conference on General Relativity (MG11), held at the University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, July 20-26, 2006. “Euler Numbers on Cobordant Hypersurfaces”
T. A. Harriott, J.G. Williams, Il Nuovo Cimento B, 120, N.9. 915- 930, 2005. “Degree of Mapping for General Relativistic Kinks”.
1991: Ph.D. Mathematics, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Thesis Title: Kinks in General Relativity.
1979: M.Sc. Astronomy, Sussex University, Brighton, England.
Thesis Title: A Study of Solar Differential Rotation.
1977: B.A.(Cantab.) Mathematics, Cambridge University, England
1984 – PRESENT: Full time faculty Mathematics and Computer Studies Department at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Current Rank: Associate Professor.
Ordinary Differential Equations
Partial Differential Equations
Introductory Relativity and Tensor Analysis
Electricity and Magnetism
RECENT UNIVERSITY SERVICE
2014 – present: Department of Mathematics, Department Chair.
2016 – present: University Budget Committee
2017- present: Senate
Elected member of the IAU (International Astronomical Union) 2018.
President, Truro Flying Club, 2002 – 2008.
Elected Fellow the Royal Astronomical Society of Great Britain, 1980.