Position

Thomas Fink

Evolvability, technological innovation, resilience, graph theory, combinatorics, fractal mechanics

Chris Pickard

Electronic structure theory, crystal structure prediction, high-pressure physics, solid state NMR

Oscar Dahlsten

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

Guido Caldarelli

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

Luciano Pietronero

High-t superconductivity, statistical physics, fractal growth, complex systems, finance, economic co

Ton Coolen

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

Sir Peter Williams

Martin Reeves

Strategy, dynamics of innovation, evolution of organizations

Dame Shirley Porter

Environmental sciences

Antonia Tingey

Liz Whitby

Roman Rybiansky

Product design, graphic design, grid systems, user experience, simplicity dynamics, digital marketing, Innovations, Technology

Ben Lynch

Technology transfer, web development, app development, personalized media channels, digital marketin

42 people

Thomas Fink

Director

Evolvability, technological innovation, resilience, graph theory, combinatorics, fractal mechanics

Thomas's papers

tmafink@gmail.com

Thomas Fink is Director of the London Institute and Charge de Recherche in the CNRS. He studied physics at Caltech and Cambridge, winning the Fisher Prize for physics and Green Prize for research. He did a postdoc at Ecole Normale Superieure and was a Junior Fellow at Caius College, Cambridge, where he worked at the Cavendish. Fink uses statistical physics and discrete mathematics to form basic science insights into complex physical, biological and socioeconomic systems. Outside of physics, he is interested in models of simplicity, collective creativity, graphic design, digital trust corridors and mathematics in culture. His books The 85 Ways and The Man's Book have sold 1/3m copies. Fink grew up in New York and Texas and lives in London.