Robert Jack

Interdisciplinary Lecturer (Chemistry / DAMTP), University of Cambridge
Visiting Lecturer at the University of Bath.
Email: rlj22 AT OR r.jack AT

Links to: publications; some useful people.

Feb-2018: Paper on cloning algorithm accepted by J. Stat. Mech.
Feb-2018: Paper on dynamical fluctuations in Markov chains accepted by J. Stat. Phys.
Sep-2017: RLJ is now an Interdisciplinary Lecturer at Cambridge...

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...)?

Research group:
(mostly still at University of Bath)
Jakub Dolezal (cambridge); 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...
RLJ @ Cambridge chemistry
... DAMTP home
... Bath home

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