Homepage of Professor Mike Field

Marie Curie Fellow, Imperial College (2014-2016)

Asynchronous Networks


Professor Mike Field's research includes ergodic theory and mixing, network dynamics and visualization with special reference to asynchronous networks, event driven dynamics and adaptivity and the geometric theory of dynamical systems with symmetry and the mechanisms whereby symmetry can lead to complex dynamics in low dimensional systems (vita).
Aspects of dynamics, Imperial, March 16-18. Notes for talk on Kuramoto Networks.
Dynamics of Asynchronous Networks, Adaptation and Visualization
NSF award DMS-1265253 held at William Marsh Rice University, Houston, Texas

Postdoctoral Fellows supported by the grant:   Chris Bick (2013-2014)   Anushaya Mohapatra (2014)
Mathematics and the arts, Education:

Associate Editor of Journal of Mathematics and the Arts.

General mathematics education in the community and schools.

Member of the Executive committee and Board of Directors of ESMA European Society of Mathematics and Art.

On Fulbright Specialist Roster (from 2013).



Images shown on this web site are © Michael Field, and may not be reproduced without my written permission. Colour pictures are of locations within the EU (including Greece, Slovenia, Italy, Portugal, France, Germany, Spain, Scotland and Hungary).
e-mail: mikefield@gmail.com (preferred) or michael.field@imperial.ac.uk

Professor Mike Field
Department of Mathematics
South Kensington Campus
Imperial College
London
SW7 2AZ