What we do:

In the Computational Physics Group we develop mathematical models of interesting phenomena in living and non-living systems, write numerical implementations of them and study the resulting physics via computations. Our computations range from the rather small (running on a single core) to large scale (1000s of cores). In some instances we work directly with experimentalists (physicists and biologists) to infer physics from observations. A rapidly growing aspect of our research is all manner of data-driven modelling, including machine learning and artifical intelligence in computational physics.

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