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Nicholas Watkins
发表时间:2011-12-08 阅读次数:2356次

Nicholas Watkins works as a complexity analyst within the Environmental Change and Evolution Programme at the UK Natural Environment Research Council’s British Antarctic Survey (BAS) in Cambridge. He is also a visiting researcher at the Centre for Fusion Space and Astrophysics at the University of Warwick, and co-supervises a PhD student with Cambridge University’s Statistics Laboratory. After his PhD in mathematical physics at Sussex, Nick’s career has included space plasma data analysis and instrument modelling, for the USAF/NASA CRRES and ESA Cluster satellites; analysis of radio noise measurements from Antarctica for BAS, and most recently, establishment of a team that develops and applies complexity science across BAS’s remit, from the earth’s fluctuating aurora to atmospheric temperature time series and the flight of the wandering albatross. Nick’s research centres on ‘anomalous’ motion in time and space, which shows non-Gaussian jumps and/or long range memory, often as symptoms of the complex interactions in the systems in which it is seen.

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