## Research

My interests lie in emergent phenomenon in complex many-body interacting systems, especially how simple competitive models give rise to rich phase diagrams. Understanding how these phases arise is critical to controlling the behaviour of these systems.

My current research is in game theoretic techniques to model dynamic interacting systems with complicated payoffs and strategy profiles that might exists, for example, in diverse farming systems or epidemiological control.

### Projects

Introduction to Mathematical Modelling for the environmental and biological sciences

PI: Dr Andrew Hoyle

Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

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Introduction to mathematical modelling for the environmental and biological sciences

PI: Professor Rachel Norman

Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

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Introduction to mathematical modelling for the environmental and biological sciences

PI: Professor Rachel Norman

Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

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