Jamie Twycross



Jamie’s research focuses on understanding how complex behaviour in biological, physical and artificial systems arises. Aside from the pleasure of simply finding out how something works, he uses this understanding to predict and guide the behaviour of these systems, and to engineer similar behaviours into other distinct systems. A key feature of his research is its interdisciplinary nature: working with scientists from different disciplines to understand the complex systems that exist in their fields. Jamie currently holds a University of Nottingham Advanced Research Fellowship, and is developing multiscale modelling approaches which are able to efficiently model complex systems containing many millions of components and scales of interaction.