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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Staff

Dr John Bolton

Contact Dr John Bolton (email at john.bolton@durham.ac.uk)

Research Interests

  • Differential geometry

Publications

Journal Article

Chapter in book

  • Bolton J & Woodward, L.M. (1997). Some geometrical aspects of the 2-dimensional Toda equations. In Geometry, Topology and Physics. Apanasov, Boris N. Bradlow, Steven B. Rodrigues, Waldyr A. & Uhlenbeck, Karen K. Walter de Gruyter. 69-81.
  • Bolton J & L.M. Woodward (1996). Minimal surfaces and the Toda equations for the classical groups. In Geometry and topology of submanifolds. VIII. Dillen, F., Komrakov, G., Simon, U., Van de Woestijne, I. & Verstraelen, L. Singapore: World Scientific. 22-30.
  • Bolton, J. & Woodward, L.M. (1995). On harmonic 2-spheres in Geometry and Topology of Submanifolds VII. In Geometry and Topology of Submanifolds, VII. Dillen, F., Magid, Simon, U., Van de Woestijne, I. & Verstraelen, L. London: World Scientific Publishing Company. 7: 88-91.
  • Bolton, J. & Woodward, L.M. (1994). The affine Toda equations and minimal surfaces. In Harmonic maps and integrable systems. Fordy, A.P. & Wood, J.C. Vieweg+Teubner Verlag. 59-82.

Conference Paper

  • Bolton, J. (1994), The Affine Toda Equations in the Geometry of Surfaces, in Kotake, Takeshi, Nishikawa, Seiki & Schoen, Richard M. eds, First MSJ International Research Institute. Sendai, Japan, Tohoku University Mathematical Institute, Sendai, 175-189.
  • Bolton, J. & Woodward, L.M. (1994), The space of harmonic maps of into, in Kotake, Takeshi, Nishikawa, Seiki & Schoen, Richard M. eds, First MSJ International Research Institute. Sendai, Japan, Tohoku University Mathematical Institute, Sendai, 165-173.

Conference Proceeding

  • Bolton, J. (2002). The Toda equations and equiharmonic maps of surfaces into flag manifolds. To appear in Proceedings of MSJ - IRI conference on Integrable systems and Differential Geometry.