Why cooperate?

Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have written a paper titled The evolutionary advantage of cooperation. Here they show how the simple and universal setting of noisy multiplicative growth predicts the formation of cooperating units Read more

Data-driven prediction of thresholded time series of rainfall and self-organized criticality models

Together with co-authors with Anna Deluca and Álvaro Corral, Nicholas has studied the predictability of thresholded events in rain data and the Manna model. Specifically, a running hazard function is used as a decision variable Read more

The perils of thresholding

Together with co-authors Francesc Font-Clos, Gunnar Pruessner and Anna Deluca, Nicholas has studied the effect of thresholding on birth-death processes. The exact distribution of the duration time above threshold can be computed. Read more

Science on Screen lift-off

The Science on Screen collaboration between LML and the Barbican got off to a block-busting start with Mark Buchanan reminding us of Enrico Fermi’s realisation that an alien invasion may be closer than we think. Read more

Science On Screen: Oblivion with Mark Buchanan

LML is pleased to announce its partnership with London’s Barbican on a series of six events in which notable scientists present their favourite films to explore the overlap between science and the arts. Read more

Scientific Work Experience

From 15-16th January, LML welcomed Hiro, Ren and Suzuka from the Japanese School in London for scientific work experience. On the first day the students were given a tutorial survey of time series, Read more

Tongue-tied by authority

LML was delighted to host three distinguished speakers at the event, Tongue-tied by authority, held on 12th November 2014 The event explored the themes of academic authority and paradigm shifts. Read more

Summer studentships

For 4 weeks in July/August, LML welcomed 6 summer project students: Read more

Nicholas R Moloney

Stationarity of extreme bursts in the solar wind

Nicholas R. Moloney and Joern Davidsen have an article in Physical Review E on their analysis of extreme bursts in the solar wind: Read more

Evaluating gambles using dynamics

Ole Peters’ and Murray Gell-Mann’s manuscript is now available as SFI working paper 14-05-013 and on the arXiv at http://arxiv.org/abs/1405.0585  The paper presents the foundations of a possible new Read more