Professor of Applied Mathematics
Mathematical Sciences Building, Room: MB-121
+44 (0)20 7882 3286
Dynamical systems, stochastic processes, data-driven approaches to complex systems, spatio-temporal chaotic dynamics, stochastic modelling techniques, dark matter (axions) and interdisciplinary applications,sustainable energy systems
Reader in Mathematics
020 7882 5447
My core area of expertise is ergodic theory and the great majority of my research is in some way concerned with applications of ergodic theory to other areas of mathematical analysis. Historically these have included self-affine structures in fractal geometry, joint spectral characteristics of sets of matrices, the analysis of number-theoretic algorithms, the metric geometry of measurable subsets of the plane, and optimisation problems in dynamical systems. My current interests include marginal instability phenomena for switched linear differential and difference equations and the ergodic theory of non-conformal repellers, including self-affine sets and measures.