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Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson
Assistant Professor
University of Warwick



Samuel Johnson obtained a PhD in physics from the University of Granada, Spain, in 2011. He then moved to the UK, where he worked as a postdoc at Oxford and a Marie Curie research fellow at Imperial College London, before taking up his current position as assistant professor in the Mathematics Institute of the University of Warwick. Much of his work has addressed the relationship between structure and dynamics in complex systems. In particular, he has worked on models of neural networks and of ecosystems, on aspects of complex networks, and on problems related to cooperation.


Research Interest

Statistical physics, complex networks, dynamical systems, computational neuroscience, theoretical ecology, cooperation