Professor of Disordered Systems
Professor Yasser Roudi is a Professor of Disordered Systems in the Department of Mathematics, King’s College London.
He received his PhD from SISSA (International School for Advanced Study) in 2005, and before that read physics at Sharif University of Technology in Tehran. Prior to joining KCL, he worked at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Norway, NORDITA, University College London and the Institute for Advance Study. He is a member of Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and has received several awards for his research including the Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientist prize in 2015.
Professor Roudi’s research covers theoretical neuroscience and neural networks, theoretical foundation of information processing and physics of disordered systems. He employs mathematical tools to develop and analyse models of information processing in the brain and in machines.