Professor of Nonlinear and Complex Systems
Tutor in Applied Mathematics, Somerville College
+44 1865 615137
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Detection of core-periphery structure in networks using spectral methods and geodesic paths
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS issue 6 volume 27 page 846-887 (December 2016) Full text available
The Long Memory of Order Flow in the Foreign Exchange Spot Market
Market Microstructure and Liquidity (16 June 2016) Full text available
Scattering of waves by impurities in precompressed granular chains.
Physical review. E issue 5 volume 93 page 052224- (25 May 2016)
Lost in transportation: Information measures and cognitive limits in multilayer navigation.
Science advances issue 2 volume 2 page e1500445- (19 February 2016)
My research interests lie in statistical and nonlinear physics and in the application of such techniques to the physical, engineering, social, and biological sciences. Topics on which I have written research papers include nonlinear waves (such as solitary waves), nonlinear oscillators, classical and quantum chaos, network science (including applications to social and biological networks), billiard systems, granular materials, and nonlinear optics. I am interested in many other applications as well.
I am also interested in mathematics exposition and have made a point to write several articles for venues such as Notices of the American Mathematical Society and American Scientist.
In addition to my MI affiliations, I am also a member of the Complex Agent-Based Dynamical Networks (CABDyN) Complexity Centre [yes, the word 'complex' does appear twice in the name].
In 2014–2015, I am teaching Networks (C5.4).
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
See my CV for these items.