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London, SW7 2AZ
Our research group is interested in understanding collective and emergent behaviours in out-of-equilibrium and disordered systems. Employing analytical and computational tools from non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, soft condensed matter physics and stochastic processes, our work finds applications in a variety of settings in physical, life and social sciences.
Examples include statistical mechanics of active matter, collective dynamics in tissues, jamming in disordered systems, random walks in complex environments, stochastic models of opinion formation, swelling and drying dynamics of gels. Combining theory and modelling, we try to work closely with experimentalists.
|Jan 1, 2020||We currently have a two-year postdoctoral position to study Active Matter at High Densities to begin in April 2020 or before. Further information can be found here.|
|Dec 18, 2019||Check out our newest article on nonlinear diffusion and hyperuniformity in systems with interaction mediated dynamics out today in New Journal of Physics!|
|Oct 1, 2019||Welcome to Andy who is joining the group for his PhD in collaboration with Dr Chiu Fan Lee (Bioengineering, ICL)!|
|Sep 30, 2019||Congratulations to Hajar, Angeliki and Maxwell who all successfully graduated with their MSc in Applied Mathematics!|
|Jun 4, 2019||Welcome to Hajar, Angeliki and Maxwell who are joining the group for their MSc final project!|