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Chris Pickard

Electronic structure theory, Crystal structure prediction, High-pressure physics, Solid state NMR

Rob Farr

Novel structures and materials, Fractals, Fractal mechanics,
Dynamics of innovation, Resilience

Doyne Farmer

Technological progress, Financial instability, Dynamical systems,
Theoretical biology

Luciano Pietronero

Economic complexity, Financial risk, Complex systems,
High-T superconductivity

Thomas Fink

Combinatorics, Evolvability, Technological innovation, Resilience,
Graph theory, Fractal mechanics

Francesco Caravelli

Non-equilibrium dynamics, Spectral methods, Memristors,
Complex systems

James Barrett

Bayesian methods, Clinical trial design, Machine learning,
High-dimensional biomedical data

Fabrizio Antenucci

Replica methods, Phase transitions in optimisation, Information theory, Machine learning

Sir Roy Anderson

Stochastic models of disease, Modelling drug administration,
Dynamics of amyloid diseases

Ton Coolen

Disordered systems, Random graphs, Processes on complex networks, Mathematical bio-medicine, Market models

Paolo Barucca

Statistical physics, Systemic risk, Network theory

Oscar Dahlsten

Quantum information, Quantum computation, Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, Probabilistics

Ilia Teimouri

Dynamics of innovation, String theory, Quantum gravity, Machine learning, Galton-Watson processes

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Oscar Dahlsten

Fellow

od@lims.ac.uk

Quantum information

Quantum computation

Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics

Probabilistics

Dr Oscar Dahlsten is a Fellow at the London Institute. He studied at Imperial College London and did a postdoc at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at ETH Zurich. Dr Dahlsten was a Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford, working at the Clarendon Laboratory, and afterwards a Lecturer at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. Dr Dahlsten is one of the founders of a new approach to non-equilibrium statistical mechanics which is inspired by single shot information theory. He has also contributed several results on the foundations of quantum theory.