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Yanik holds an MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics from Bielefeld University (2018) and an MSc in Non-Equilibrium Systems from King's (2019). His thesis is about the complexity of legal systems as well as applications of mathematics and physics to the law. Yanik is a member of the Quantitative and Digital Law Lab under the supervision of Dr Pierpaolo Vivo and is funded by the CANES EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training.


Towards a quantitative understanding of the complexity of legal systems: dynamics, phase transitions and visualisation

PhD supervision

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