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Inês Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques-Cadby

MRC Skills Development Fellow

Orcid: 0000-0003-3916-7556
Office Phone: 0(44) 114 222 4386
E-Mail: i.henriquescadby(at)sheffield.ac.uk










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RESEARCH

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

My work in pure mathematics focuses on Homological Algebra over commutative rings:
Commutative Algebra of Singularities, Local Cohomology, Tight Closure and Positive Characteristic Methods.

Having conducted research in both Mathematics and Statistics, I am currently interested in the interactions between these fields, and in particular, in the applications of spatial statistics and of machine learning to Health research. My research in Mathematics focuses on Homological Algebra over commutative rings.

Before taking up my MRC SDF fellowship I was an NIHR Research Methods Fellow in Statistics. During my NIHR fellowship I worked on identifying measures of hospital performance and quality of care, based on the analysis of large routine observational datasets.

As an MRC Skills Development Fellow, I'm interested in the spatial epidemiology of alcohol availability, consumption and harm. Alcohol misuse has been one of the major public health concerns in the UK as a significant source of health and social problems. Much research has gone into identifying, qualifying, and quantifying factors that lead to alcohol misuse, and their impact on health. Nonetheless, the extent of the impact of some of these factors, is still not fully understood, the geographical availability of alcohol being one of them.

My MRC Skills Development Fellowship project proposes to understand the public health impact of geographical alcohol availability in the UK. It proposes to investigate the spatial relationship between availability, harm, and consumption, and in particular, to characterise the spatial aspects of the relationship between demographics and outlets that are responsible for harm and problematic consumption. During my fellowship, I will acquire new skills in spatial statistics, mathematics, geographical data science, and machine (deep) learning algorithms. My plan is to develop new methods where current methods are lacking and then apply these to address real public health problems.

I joined the University of Sheffield in 2012 as an EPSRC Research Associate working on
Commutative Algebra of Singularities, Local Cohomology, Tight closure and Positive Characteristic Methods.
I received my PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln under the advising of Luchezar Avramov.


PAPERS:

  1. Free resolutions over short Gorenstein local rings,
    I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques and L. M. Şega,
    Math. Z. Volume 267, Issue 3 (2011), pp. 645-663,

    DOI 10.1007/s00209-009-0639-z
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  2. Exact zero divisors and applications to free resolutions over artinian rings,
    I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques,
    Doctoral thesis (2010). 70 pages.
    ProQuest Publication Number: AAT 3398558. ISBN: 9781109718232.
  3. Quasi-complete intersection homomorphisms,
    L. L. Avramov, I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques, and L. M. Şega,
    Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly, Volume 9, Number 4, 34 pp.
    Special issue of dedicated to Andrey Todorov. DOI 10.4310/PAMQ.2013.v9.n4.a1
  4. F-thresholds and test ideals of determinantal ideals of maximal minors,
    I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques,
    preprint arXiv:1404.4216.
  5. Test, multiplier and invariant ideals,
    I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques and M. Varbaro,
    Advances in Mathematics (2016) pp. 704-732.
    DOI 10.1016/j.aim.2015.09.028.
  6. Recruitment and retention of participants in randomised controlled trials: a review of trials funded and published by the United Kingdom Health Technology Assessment Programme,
    S.J. Walters, I. Bonacho dos Anjos Henriques-Cadby, O. Bortolami, L. Flight, D. Hind, R.M. Jacques, C. Knox, B. Nadin, J. Rothwell, M. Surtees, and S.A. Julious.
    BMJ Open (2017)
    DOI 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015276.


RESEARCH MEETINGS CO-ORGANIZED:

Special session at the AMS-EMS-SPM 2015 International Meeting, Oporto, Portugal

Algebra Seminar - University of Sheffield

Joint AMS and MAA Meeting in San Diego, CA - Special Session on Homotopy Theory and Commutative Algebra, with Julie Bergner and Philip Hackney.

AMS sectional meeting Lincoln, NE October 2011: Special Session on Local Commutative Algebra (Code: SS 11A) with Lars Christensen and Hamid Ramhati.

  1. Local webpage for this session and slides
  2. Local webpage for this meeting
  3. Tentative Schedule for this session

Homotopy Theory and Applications, Lincoln, 2008 (Lucho Fest)

NCUWM 2010


RECENT CONFERENCES AND TALKS:

2017

Applied Algebra and Geometry Research Network: Third meeting, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

Matematicos Portugueses no Mundo, IST, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (speaker)

Twenty four hours inspire (Outreach talk: "Charming Mathematicians and their pieces de resistance"), Sheffield, UK (speaker)

Applied Algebra and Geometry Research Network: Inaugural meeting, Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK

ICTMC and Society for Clinical Trials 2017 meeting, Liverpool, UK (poster)

2015

Multiplier ideals, Test ideals, and Bernstein-Sato polynomials, UPC, Barcelona, Spain (speaker)

AMS-EMS-SPM 2015 International Meeting, Oporto, Portugal (speaker/organiser)

Minimal free resolutions, Betti numbers, and combinatorics, ICMS, Edinburgh, UK (speaker)

2014

Pure Maths Colloquium, Durham University, UK (speaker)

MOCCA 2014, Levico, Italy (speaker)

Commutative Algebra and Singularity Theory 2014, Nihon University, Japan

PRAGMATIC 2014, Catania, Italy

Algebra Seminar, University of Glasgow, UK (speaker)

Algebra Seminar, University of Genoa, Italy (speaker)

Pure Maths Seminar, University of Leicester, UK (speaker)

2013

Pure Maths Colloquium, University of Sheffield, UK (speaker)

MAXIMALS Algebra Seminar, University of Edinburgh, UK (speaker)

Commutative Algebra, MSRI, Berkeley, CA

Workshop on Commutative Algebra of Singularities in Birational Geometry: Multiplier Ideals, Jets, Valuations, and Positive Characteristic Methods, MSRI, Berkeley, CA

Workshop: Characteristic p methods in Algebraic Geometry, Imperial College, London, UK

British Mathematical Colloquium 2013, Sheffield, UK

Workshop on Representation Theory, Homological Algebra, and Free Resolutions, MSRI, Berkeley, CA

JMM 2013 in San Diego, CA

2012

Workshop on Syzygies, Cornell University (speaker)

Connections For Women: Joint Workshop on Commutative Algebra and Cluster Algebras, MSRI, Berkeley, CA

Computational workshop on F-singularities

Algebraic and Combinatorial approaches to representation theory

Interactions between Commutative Algebra and Representation Theory: A conference in honour of Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz's Sixtieth Birthday

Purdue - Midwest Commutative Algebra and Geometry Conference

AWM's 40th Anniversary at ICERM (speaker)


February, 2018