Complex Systems Scientist

Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Birmingham

Turing Fellow, Alan Turing Institute

In my office at Birmingham University (August 2017). Above: Iguazú (November 2011).

I am a physicist and lecturer in applied mathematics at the University of Birmingham. My research focuses on complex systems, and in particular on the relationship between structure and dynamics. Many of the questions I am especially interested in relate to ecology, neuroscience or society.

 

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