CV Outline

Oct 2004  present  Professor of Statistical Mechanics in the Department of Mathematics. 
Sep 2002  Sep 2004  Reader in the Department of Mathematics. 
Nov 1999  Aug 2002 Disordered Systems and Neural Networks Group, Department of Mathematics, King's College London 
Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics. Working on disorder effects in soft condensed matter (rheology, polydispersity), spin glass theory (links to quantum coding), general models of outofequilibrium dynamics (kinetically constrained spin chains, effective temperatures), and theory of learning processes and algorithms (Gaussian processes, Support Vector Machines). See also my research interests page. 
Oct 1998  Oct 1999 Disordered Systems and Neural Networks Group, Department of Mathematics, King's College London 
Royal Society Dorothy
Hodgkin Research Fellow. Working on disorder effects in soft condensed matter (rheology, polydispersity), general models of slow dynamics (kinetically constrained spin chains), and theory of learning processes (Gaussian processes, online learning). 
Nov 1995  Sep 1998 Condensed Matter Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh 
Royal Society Dorothy
Hodgkin Research Fellow. Working on disorder effects, metastability and glassy dynamics (nonequilibrium statistical mechanics) in soft condensed matter. 
Oct 1992  Sep 1995 Theory Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh 
Ph.D. on `Asking intelligent questions  The statistical
mechanics of query learning'. Working on statistical mechanics of disordered systems applied to neural network learning. 
Oct 1991  Nov 1992 Theory of Condensed Matter, Department of Physics, Cambridge University 
M.Phil. on `Fluctuations and Rigid Unit Modes in
Framework Structures'. Working on statistical mechanics of fluctuation effects in phase transitions 
Apr 1989  Sep 1991 Universitaet Heidelberg, Germany 
Studying undergraduate physics, maths and chemistry. 
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