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I am an Associate Professor in the Systems and Information engineering stream and my primary research is in molecular communications, i.e., the application of communication-theoretic principles to information transmitted using chemical molecules. I am currently applying these ideas to organ-on-chip systems, biofilms, and neurons. In particular, I have an EPSRC project in collaboration with AstraZeneca Sweden and the Warwick School of Life Sciences. My research group currently consists of 4 PhD students and 2 Postdocs (1 visiting).
Currently professor of statistics at the University of Warwick. Research interests centre around computational statistics from methodological and theoretical perspectives with interests in Bayesian inference and decision theory, rare event estimation and, particularly, Monte Carlo methods.
See https://go.warwick.ac.uk/amjohansen for more details and a list of publications.
Synthetic organometallic chemistry of the late transition metals: encompassing fundamental aspects of structure and bonding, mechanism elucidation, reaction discovery, and catalyst design. Current work is motivated by the exploitation of alkanes and nitrogen oxides (NOx) in synthesis and is distinctive for the use of metalloradicals, bespoke pincer complexes, and supramolecular inspired (encapsulating and interlocked) ligands.
My current work is concerned with social, economic, and policy issues arising from innovations associated with the ICTs: / Digital Crimes / ICT for Reconstruction and Development / Information or Knowledge Society and Commons / Media Users / New Media Infrastructures and Innovation / Research Methods / Urban Development
Great ape behaviour, primate communication, primate cognition, primate cultures, organs of the mind, evolution of speech and language, evolution of dance.
Former Marie Curie Fellow, current UKRI Future Leaders Fellow.
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Political and Social Science at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona). I am a member of the SocioDemographics Research Group (DemoSoc) at UPF. I earned two master's degrees, one in Business and one in Actuarial Science and Finance, before getting my Ph.D. from the University of Barcelona in 2009. I concluded a two-year postdoctoral fellow in the Multidisciplinary Research Training Program in Gerontology working with Dr. Eileen M. Crimmins at the University of Southern California (USC, USA) and I was a research fellow in the "Mortality, Health and Epidemiology" Unit at Institut national d’Études Demographiques (Ined, Paris) (2013-2014). I am periodically visiting researcher at Ined (Paris), at USC (Los Angeles), and at the Max Planck Institute for Demography – MPIDR (Rostock).
keywords: Healthy Aging, Active Aging, Social Determinants of Health, SES/Gender Inequalities in Health
I'm established at the Department of Humanities of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). I'm working on the understanding of science and technology as social factors that are in turn shaped by historical, cultural and social forces. My research interests focus on Science, Culture and power; Science in the European periphery; Science and Francoism; the history of nuclear energy; and Social Sciences, Humanities and energy.
Since 2015, I have supervised 3 other MSCA fellows, one of whom won an ERC Starting Grant afterwards. Moreover, I was the Coordinator of the H2020 project "History of Nuclear Energy and Society" (HoNESt).
Keywords: History of Energy and Society; Power, Society and Culture; Science Policy as Soft Power.
Aleksandar Jurisic (if the surname was written as Yureesheech, this could help guessing its pronunciation) received a B.A. from University of Ljubljana in '87 (working under Joze Vrabec on applications of topology in combinatorics), and M.Sc. (pdf), Ph.D. (pdf) from University of Waterloo in '90, '95 (working under Chris Godsil in the field of algebraic combinatorics). He held a two year industrial post doctoral position at Certicom Corp. Canada and the department of Combinatorics and Optimization at the University of Waterloo, Canada, working in cryptography and algorithmic number theory and a one-year research position at Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics (IMFM), at the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. After that he became a teacher of mathematics, cryptography and computer security, and a researcher at the IMFM, Ljubljana. His main research interests are discrete mathematics and geometry. He loves problem solving and trying to make difficult things look easy. He wrote a problems book for mathematics competitions in '89. In 2005 he co-founded the Slovenian Society of Cryptology .