Living Systems Mathematics

Featured Research (Jen Creaser)

Jen Creaser uses dynamcal system theory and numerical simulations to explore how changes in network structure and intrinstic node properties affect the emergent dynamics of entire networks. She uses this framework to make connections from mathematical theory to applications in neuroscience including epilepsy. Here she discusses the so-called domino effect in the onset of epileptic seizures:

Visit Jen's website for more information and read the paper.

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Research interests and funding

Researchers in the Living Systems Mathematics group develop and use mathematical methods to understand biological systems including the brain.

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News and events

Find out what we've been up to recently.

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Postgraduate research

We welcome enquiries from prospective PhD students. You can find out more about other possible projects from group member's pages and by contacting them directly.

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Publications

The group publishes in leading international mathematical, computational, biology and neuroscience journals. See a full list of our publications.

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Staff

A list of staff in our group with links to internal University of Exeter webpages.

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