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Robert Jack

Reader (Associate Professor) at the University of Bath, see also this page.
Email: r.jack AT bath.ac.uk

Oct-2016: Preprint on gels appears on arXiv.
Sep-2016: Paper on trajectory ensembles appears in J Stat Mech.
Sep-2016: Preprint on crystallisation appears on arXiv.
Aug-2016: Paper on lock-and-key colloids appears in J Chem Phys.

Research directions
  • How fast do complex systems change? Why do some fluids (like water) flow quickly while others (like honey) flow very slowly? How can biological systems build nano-scale ordered structures so quickly and reliably?

  • What statistical methods can we use to describe change in physical systems? In particular, what happens when motion takes place by localised rare events (cage hopping, avalanches, earthquakes...)?

  • See also:
    Soft Matter Physics @ Bath
    Centre for Networks and Collective Behaviour
    Probability Laboratory (Prob-L@b)

Research group:
Ed Wastell; Tobias Brewer (joint with Russell Bradford);
Marcus Kaiser (joint with Johannes Zimmer).
Dr. Lester Hedges; Dr. Chris Fullerton; Dr. James Grant; Dr. Daphne Klotsa; Dr. Clement Law; Dr. Ian Thompson.

Links to...
... theory group meetings
... publications
... phd and postdoc opportunities
... group, collaborations, etc
... physics dept, ... main university site

  • Dr. Robert Jack, Dept of Physics, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, United Kingdom.
  • Office: 3 West 2.2e
  • Phone: +44-1225-38-3132
  • Fax: +44-1225-38-6110
  • Email: r.jack [at] bath [dot] ac [dot] uk

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