Name

Sebastian Ahnert

Complex, biological networks, noncoding DNA, time scales in microarray data, discrete dynamics, quan

Nikita Alvaro

Marco Bardoscia

Statistical physics, socio-economic systems, theory of complexity, metabolic networks

Paolo Barucca

Statistical physics, systemic risk, network theory

Jamie Blundell

Statistical mechanics, semi-flexible filaments, mathematical biology, evolvability, boolean dynamics

Guido Caldarelli

Scale-free networks, fractal growth, self-organised criticality, statistical mechanics, sys. biology

Francesco Caravelli

Non-equilibrium dynamics, quantum and classical systems, statistical physics, economics and engineer

Ton Coolen

Disordered systems, random graphs and networks, processes on complex networks, mathematical bio-medi

Oscar Dahlsten

Quantum information/computation, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, generalised probabilistics

Nicholas Day

Combinatorics, Boolean networks, discrete mathematics

Daniel Eris

Graphic Design, Typography, Interaction Design, UX/UI

Doyne Farmer

Chaos theory, complexity, econophysics, systemic risk in financial markets

Rob Farr

Fractals, materials, mechanical and thermal properties of fractal structures, dynamics of innovation

43 people

Oscar Dahlsten

Fellow

od@lims.ac.uk

Quantum information/computation

non-equilibrium statistical mechanics

generalised probabilistics

Dahlsten is also at the Clarendon Laboratory in Oxford. Previously he worked at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at ETH Zurich. He was trained at Imperial College. He is a Research Fellow of Wolfson College and a Lecturer of St Catherine’s College, both of Oxford University. He 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.