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Toby Davies

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PHD TITLE

Analysis of problems in crime and security using a complex systems and networks approach.

FIRST DEGREE

Mathematics MMath (Oxon).

ORIGINALLY FROM

Newport-on-Tay, Scotland.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Complexity science and networks, and their application to topics in crime, terrorism and conflict.

NON-ACADEMIC INTERESTS

Following Newcastle United, playing all sports, consuming as much media as possible.

PUBLICATIONS

Baudains, P., Fry, H.M., Davies, T.P. & Wilson, A.G. (2011). Introducing space to mathematical models of conflict. CASA Working Paper 171.

Davies, T.P., Fry, H.M., Wilson, A.G. & Bishop, S.R. (2013). A mathematical model of the London riots and their policing. Scientific Reports 3, 1303.

Davies, T.P. & Bishop, S.R. (2013). Modelling patterns of burglary on street networks. Crime Science 2 (1).

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

First IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (6-9 December 2009, London)

New England Complex Systems Institute Winter School (9-14 January 2011, Boston)

Fifth Annual French Complex Systems Summer School 2011 (4-16 July 2011, Paris)

European Conference on Complex Systems 2011 (12-16 September 2011, Vienna)

EPSRC & ASSYST Workshop on Mathematics in the Science of Complex Systems (9-10 June 2011, Warwick)