Computational Modelling Group

Sabin Roman

Postgraduate Research Student
University of Southampton
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I am a PhD student at the Institute for Complex Systems Simulation, funded by the EPSRC. My background is in mathematical physics, with an Integrated Master's from Edinburgh University. My research topic is in mathematical and computational models of societal collapse.

Research Interests

Life sciences simulation: Evolution, Swarm Behaviour

Physical Systems and Engineering simulation: Diffusion, Energy

Socio-technological System simulation: Economic Networks, Human environment interaction, Human population, Social and Socio-economic Systems, Social Networks

Algorithms and computational methods: Agents, Graph Theory, Machine learning

Visualisation and data handling software: NetworkX, Pylab

Software Engineering Tools: Sublime Text

Programming languages and libraries: C, IPython/Jupyter Notebook, Java, Mathematica, MPI, OpenMP, Python, R

Computational platforms: Linux, Lyceum, Mac OS X, Windows

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Computational Social Science, Economics

Working with...

Markus Brede
Senior Lecturer, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
Seth Bullock
Professor, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)