The AIP journal Chaos announced today its most-read papers of 2016. Leading the list is “Evaluating gambles using dynamics” by LML resident Fellow Ole Peters and Santa Fe Institute Professor Murray Gell-Mann.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud LML contributed a whooping 85 entries.
Entries by LML
Yonatan Berman and LML Fellows Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have published a substantially extended version of their recent paper on American wealth distributions
LML External Fellow Imre Kondor has recently presented at a number of events and published several papers which are now available to view. We have noted below Imre’s latest work and to access the full catalogue please visit Imre’s page on our website here.
The fifth Science on Screen of the second series was presented by Ron Dickman (Professor of Physics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais), who chose Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing.
If you’ve missed Simon Dedeo‘s introduction to the cult movie Pi, you can now read a full write-up at Balmond Studio: http://tip.balmondstudio.com/tip/chasing-pattern/
LML Fellows Nicholas Moloney and Alex Adamou attended a celebration of the Nuffield Foundation’s 2016 summer research placements, one of which was hosted at LML.
The fourth Science on Screen of the second series was presented by Geoff West (Distinguished Professor and past President of the Santa Fe Institute), who chose Ingmar Bergman’s Wild Strawberries.
We are pleased to announce the LML External Fellows of 2016 / 17; Colm Connaughton, Max Werner, Yuzuru Sato, Mark Buchanan, Isaac Pérez Castillo and Imre Kondor.
Nicholas Moloney and Francesc Font-Clos have written up their calculation on the size of percolating clusters in branching processes. They exploit a mapping between continuum trees and Brownian excursions, and arrive at a diffusion equation with suitable boundary conditions.
The third Science on Screen of the second series was presented by Simon DeDeo, who chose Darren Aronofksy’s cult film Pi. Simon gave an entertaining introduction to patterns, and how we as humans are primed to see them everywhere, either consciously or subconsciously.
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