Part of what makes LML special is the atmosphere of open discourse that has developed here. Communicating our work, we find, is inseparable from doing that work in the first place.
LML is delighted to welcome author and Shakespearean scholar, Charles Beauclerk, as its first Writer-in-Residence. Charles will spend six months at LML engaging with its community of scientists, continuing existing writing projects, Read more
Nicholas Moloney and Yuzuru Sato co-organised a workshop on extreme value statistics and anomalous dynamics, held at Kyoto University from 16-25th March. Theoretical talks covered topics in stochastic processes Read more
Together with co-authors (Davide Faranda, Giacomo Masato, Francois Daviaud, Bérengère Dubrulle and Pascal Yiou), Nicholas Moloney and Yuzuru Sato have developed a time series tool to study blocking in mid-latitude Read more
The LML fellows were recently interviewed by Balmond Studio for the Science on Screen Programme. “What’s deeply fascinating about science is identical to what’s fascinating about film. Read more