Her research applies to a wide range of social problems and questions, from shopping and transport to urban crime, riots and terrorism.Find out more about CASA and the degree programmes they offer here and more about Hannah's research and publications here.Alongside her academic position, Hannah is an experienced public speaker giving conference keynotes and taking the joy of maths into theatres and schools.Hannah’s mathematical expertise has led to the development of several BBC documentaries including ‘Climate Change By Numbers’, ‘Calculating Ada: The Countess of Computing’ (BBC4) and 'Horizon: How to Find Love Online' (BBC2), 'City in the Sky' (BBC2) and 'The Joy of Data' (BBC4).Dallas visited Bhutan to understand the science of landing.And we both went to Dubai to witness the Jetmen and their remarkable solo flying machines. Adam Rutherford have just finished our second series of our BBC Radio Four show in which we attempt to solve your everyday science mysteries.Dr Hannah Fry is a lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL.
These people need feeding, fuel, medical care and emergency response teams - just as we do on the ground.Hannah’s has also published two popular maths book: ‘The Mathematics of Love: Patterns, Proofs, and the Search for the Ultimate Equation’ (Simon & Schuster/ Ted) and 'The Indisputable Existence of Santa Claus' (Penguin Random House/Transworld).You can find her on twitter and instagram: @fryrsquared If you'd like Hannah to come and give a talk please contact [email protected] Our Christmas book is here!City in the Sky is a three part show (departure, In the air & landing) and starts on BBC2 on the 5th June at 9pm. It's available as a podcast on the BBC website or via i Tunes and BBC Future have made some seriously excellent animated videos to accompany the series.We'll be returning in the autumn with a new set of science sleuthing stories. What un-answered questions do you spend your sleepless nights pondering over?