Can undergraduates read my research papers?
Well, most of them are available electronically from various Open Access repositories, and also from https://www.maths.nottingham.ac.uk/personal/jff/Papers/ (at least for as long as we are allowed personal web pages). But that’s not exactly what I meant!
What I really mean is, can undergraduates get anything out of reading my research papers? I would like to think that some of them have enough accessible material in that the answer is yes.
If you are an undergraduate thinking of looking at some of my papers, I might suggest the following pair of papers as particularly accessible. The first does need some knowledge of measure theory, but most of the second is about elementary real analysis (differentiable and Lipschitz functions of a real variable).
- Convergence from below suffices, Irish Mathematical Society Bulletin, 59 (2007), 65-70: pdf
- (With J. Craig and P. Patrick) Removability of exceptional sets for differentiable and Lipschitz functions, to appear in Contemp. Math., Proceedings of the Seventh Conference on Function Spaces, Edwardsville, Illinois (2014): pdf
- (With S. Morley and H. Yang) Swiss cheeses and their applications, to appear in Contemp. Math., Proceedings of the Seventh Conference on Function Spaces, Edwardsville, Illinois (2014): pdf
for those who want to know what my Swiss cheese icon is all about!