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Prof. Robin C. Ball

Research Interests

Statistical physics with emphasis on self-organising systems. Examples include fractal aggregates, polymer microstructures and protein folding, dynamics of fracture and granular and colloidal materials.

Fermions as an emergent phenomenon.

See Theoretical Physics Research Group for more detail and for my theory colleagues.

Complexity Science

I am a member of Warwick's Centre for Complexity Science, which includes the Doctoral Training Centre in Complexity Science (now Math Sys and Directed by Prof Robert MacKay), and has associated a wider research network the Warwick Complexity Complex ..

Undergraduate Projects 2016:

MPhys on Network Dynamics

BSc on Persistent Mutual Information


Write to:

Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Contact Details:

Office: PS 1.26 (Physics)
44 (0)24 765 28408
44 (0)78 7621 7763

44 (0)24 761 50897 (Physics)
r dot c dot ball at warwick dot ac dot uk


Theoretical Physics Research Group

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