Homepage of Adrian Baule
|School of Mathematical
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
I'm a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics at Queen Mary
London. Previously, I held postdoctoral positions at the Benjamin
of the City College of New York and in the lab of
G. D. Cohen at the Rockefeller
, New York. I have obtained my PhD from the University of
Leeds with a thesis on exact relations in driven stochastic systems.
My research interests
are focused on non-equilibrium
, in particular:
- Foundations: fluctuation theorems, exact
relations, constrained path ensembles.
- Applications to phenomena in
biophysics and soft condensed
molecular motors, shear induced phase transitions, jammed granular
- Stochastic modeling:
financial mathematics, anomalous diffusion,
- Rectification of asymmetric surface vibrations with dry friction: an exactly solvable model, A. Baule and P. Sollich (submitted).
For more information on my research, please take a look at the list of publications
Modules in 2012/13:
For a list of currently offered MSc dissertation projects, please go to
the teaching page.
Enquiries for possible PhD projects are always welcome, but please note
that UK funding for PhD projects is very limited. Ideally, you should
be able to obtain funding from your home country, which is possible,
e.g., for Chinese students through the CSC scheme.
Fully funded Queen Mary studentships are advertised around
November/December, see the information
on this link
page is maintained by Adrian Baule. Last updated: 2/11/2012.