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Information Thermodynamics at the Edge of Chaos

Funding is available for applicants interested in carrying out fundamental and applied research in the field of complex systems. The research will involve theoretical work as well a more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Guided Self-Organisation and Swarm Engineering

Funding is available for applicants interested in carrying out fundamental and applied research in the field of complex systems. The research will involve theoretical work as well a more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Modelling the catastrophe of a crash in the financial markets

Crashes in the financial markets have a staggering impact on the social and economic health of a country but we still have very little understanding of their causes and how they spr more...

Supervisor(s): Harre, Michael (Dr)

Modelling cascades of failures in interdependent networks

The research will involve theoretical work in information theory and network science, as well as computer agent-based simulations. It will study fragility of modern civil infrastruc more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Agent-based modelling, simulation and forecasting of epidemics

The research will involve theoretical work in information theory and network science, as well as computer agent-based simulations. It will aim to reveal fundamental theoretical conn more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Emergence of universal coding in evolutionary dynamics

The research will involve theoretical work in information theory as well as computer simulations. It will investigate complex systems approaches to one of the most fundamental probl more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Exploring fundamental physics with gravitational waves

The Project aims to develop new theoretical techniques and utilise them to model and analyse various gravitational wave signals within the alternative theories of space, time and ma more...

Supervisor(s): Kobakhidze, Archil (Associate Professor)

Computational intelligence, novelty generation and undecidability

The research will involve theoretical work in computational intelligence as well as computer simulations with cellular automata and other dynamical systems. It will aim to answer fu more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)