Michael Gastner's homepage
I received my PhD in
physics from the
University of Michigan in 2005.
For my thesis work I received the
Wirt and Mary Cornwell Prize
for having "demonstrated greatest intellectual curiosity, given most
promise of original study and creative work".
From 2005 until 2008 I was postdoctoral fellow at the
Santa Fe Institute, a
multi-disciplinary research centre in New Mexico, USA, devoted to the
study of complex systems.
In 2009, I was Computational Science Fellow of the
Institute for the Chemistry and Biology
of the Marine Environment at the
University of Oldenburg,
Currently, I am a
Junior Research Fellow at
Imperial College London.
My most recent work in cartography was covered by
Here are the main topics of my research:
Networks - Theory and Applications
This page was last updated on 06 March 2012. Please visit me