Phase Transitions in Statistical Mechanics

Statistical mechanics is that branch of mathematical physics which seeks to explain how macroscopic behaviour can emerge from the interactions between a large number of microscopic particles; in short, to explain how and why the sum is greater than its parts. This project is particularly focussed on understanding how phenomena such as phase transitions emerge in large but finite systems of interacting agents/particles. 

Project Researchers

Lead CI

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

PhD Student

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