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Research Groups

Department of Mathematics

These are the members from the Department of Mathematics:
  • Alessia Annibale (Glasses, aging, epidemiological models)
  • Chiara Cammarota (Structural Glasses, Spin Glasses, Slow Dynamics, Aging, Equilibrium and out-of-equilibrium universal behaviours)
  • Ton Coolen (Statistical mechanics, biological systems, protein interaction networks)
  • George Deligiannidis (Monte Carlo methods; Random walks in integer lattices; Limit theorems for stationary processes and Markov chains; Numerical methods for SDEs)
  • Benjamin Doyon (Conformal & integrable field theory in and out of equilibrium, spin chains, entanglement)
  • Yan Fyodorov (Theory of Random Matrices)
  • Steven Gilmour (Statistical theory, methodology and applications of the design and analysis of experiments)
  • Reimer Kühn (Glasses, non-equilibrium effects in systemic operational risk)
  • Michael Pitt (Estimation of financial times models  in discrete and continuous time; Multivariate copula models; The efficient implementation Markov chain Monte Carlo; Sequential Monte Carlo methods)
  • Peter Sollich (Glasses, rheology, driven steady states, effective temperatures)
  • Gerard Watts (Conformable & integrable field theory, defects & boundaries, numerical methods)
  • Pierpaolo Vivo (Random Matrix Theory and applications to complex systems and condensed matter. Applications of Statistical Mechanics to socio-economic and interdisciplinary applications)
  • Weining Wang (Statistics methodology with applications in finance, economics, and social sciences)
 
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