About

I was born in Seville and grew up in Antequera and Rincón de la Victoria, in the south of Spain. I studied physics and mathematics at the University of Granada, where I did a PhD entitled 'Interplay between Network Topology and Dynamics in Neural Systems', under the supervision of Joaquín Torres and Joaquín Marro. I was a postdoc at the University of Oxford working with Nick Jones before taking up a Marie Curie research fellowship at Imperial College London. After a brief period in a joint position between DNV GL and the University of Bath, I became a Warwick Zeeman Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Warwick in 2014. In 2017 I took up my current position at the University of Birmingham as Lecturer in Applied Mathematics.

Nohoch Mul pyramid in Cobá, Mexico (September 2017).

© 2018 by Samuel Johnson

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