John Bray’s publications
Coauthors
I have published joint MathSciNetable papers with the following. The Erdös numbers of the people in this list are either 2 (for RTC and RAW) or 3 (the rest, and me).
I have joint nonpaper publications with the following people, in addition to those people appearing above.
Theses

MPhil (Sc, Qual): Symmetric Presentations of Finite Groups. (June 1995.)

PhD: Symmetric Presentations of Sporadic Groups and Related Topics. (September 1997.)
Books
This is highly unlikely for the foreseeable future.
Published Papers

R.T.Curtis, A.M.A.Hammas and J.N.Bray. A systematic approach to symmetric presentations. I: Involutory generators. Math. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc. 119 (1996), no. 1, 23–34. [AMS Classification: 20F05.]

J.N.Bray and R.T.Curtis. A systematic approach to symmetric presentations. II: Generators of order 3. Math. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc. 128 (2000), no. 1, 1–20.
[AMS Classification: 20F05.]

J.N.Bray, C.W.Parker and P.J.Rowley. Cayley type graphs and cubic graphs of large girth. Discrete Math. 214 (2000), no. 1–3, 113–121. [AMS Classification: 05C25.]

J.N.Bray. An improved method for generating the centraliser of an involution. Arch. Math. (Basel) 74 (2000), no. 4, 241–245.
[AMS Classification: 20F05 (20D06).]

J.N.Bray, I.A.I.Suleiman, P.G.Walsh and R.A.Wilson. Generating maximal subgroups of sporadic simple groups. Comm. Algebra 29 (2001), no. 3, 1325–1337.
[AMS Classification: 20D08.]

J.N.Bray, R.T.Curtis, C.W.Parker and C.B.Wiedorn. Symmetric presentations of the Fischer groups I: The classical groups Sp_{6}(2), Sp_{8}(2), and 3^{.}O_{7}(3). J. Algebra 265 (2003), no. 1, 171–199.
[AMS Classification: 20D06 (20F05).]

J.N.Bray and R.T.Curtis. Monomial modular representations and symmetric generation of the Harada–Norton group. J. Algebra 268 (2003), no. 2, 723–743.
[AMS Classification: 20C34 (20D08).]

J.N.Bray and R.T.Curtis. Double coset enumeration of symmetrically generated groups. J. Group Theory 7 (2004), no. 2, 167–185.
[AMS Classification: 20F05 (2004 20D08 20D60).]

J.N.Bray, J.S.Wilson and R.A.Wilson. A characterization of finite soluble groups by laws in two variables. Bull. London Math. Soc. 37 (2005), no. 2, 179–186.
Preprint 2003/21 at the University of Birmingham.
[AMS Classification: 20D10.]

J.N.Bray and R.A.Wilson. On the orders of automorphism groups of finite groups. Bull. London Math. Soc. 37 (2005), no. 3, 381–385.
Preprint 2003/22 at the University of Birmingham.
[AMS Classification: 20E36 (20F28).]
Papers Submitted, and Preprints

J.N.Bray, R.T.Curtis, C.W.Parker and C.B.Wiedorn. Symmetric presentations of the Fischer groups II: The sporadic groups. To appear Geom. Dedicata.

J.N.Bray and C.W.Parker. Periodic groups with involution centralisers which are dihedral of order 8. Preprint 2003/01 at the University of Birmingham.

J.N.Bray and R.A.Wilson. On the orders of automorphism groups of finite groups. II. To appear J. Group Theory. Preprint 2004/14 at the University of Birmingham.
Web Atlases

R.A.Wilson, S.J.Nickerson, J.N.Bray, et al. A wwwATLAS of Finite Group Representations. (The link is to version 2.)

J.N.Bray. An ATLAS of [Symmetric] Group Presentations.
GAP Share Package

R.A.Wilson, R.A.Parker, J.N.Bray and T.Breuer. AtlasRep GAP4 share package.
http://www.gapsystem.org/Packages/atlasrep.html.
Work in Preparation, and Other Miscellaneous

My publications via MathSciNet (Bielefeld)  that is if it works.
Research
My research is mainly in the area of finite groups, especially computational aspects, with forays into other areas. See my research page for more details.
This page is maintained by John Bray. The views and opinions expressed in these pages are mine. The contents of these pages have not
been reviewed or approved by Queen Mary, University of London.
Last updated: 28th June 2005.