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Joseph Bradley

PhD Student

Research interests

  • Mathematics

Biography

Joseph Bradley is a postgraduate researcher in Econophysics in the Department of Mathematics, King's College London. His research degrees focusses on the role that statistical physics can play in creating robust, low parameter methods for clustering problems in financial markets.

He completed his masters in complex systems modelling at King's College London and his undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Research interests 

  • Econophysics
  • Information filtering networks
  • Multiscaling processes  

Thesis title

Low Parameter Methods for Classification Problems in Financial Markets 

PhD supervision 

Principal supervisor: Professor Tiziana Di Matteo

Research

FEATURE Graph Equations
Disordered Systems

The Disordered Systems group at King's is at the forefront of research in statistical mechanics of disordered and complex systems.

Research

FEATURE Graph Equations
Disordered Systems

The Disordered Systems group at King's is at the forefront of research in statistical mechanics of disordered and complex systems.