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Tim Evans

  • Dr
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Imperial College London
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Research interests

and its applications ta topic known as Thermal Field Theory or Finite Temperature Field TheoryMy main interest is in the behaviour of many body systems both in and out of equilibrium. Originally this was in the context of relativistic particle physics

About

I am a member of the Theoretical Physics group at Imperial College and also particpate in the Complexity and Networks programme. I did my first degree in Natural Sciences (Physics) at Cambridge followed by a PhD here at Imperial, supervised by Ray Rivers. I then spent time as a researcher at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada, followed by research positions back here at Imperial, in part as a Royal Society University Research Fellow.

Co-authors (40)

  • Luis Silva
  • Gercina Lima
  • Joana Valdez-Tullett
  • James Clough
  • Daniel Hook

Publications (5)

  • Embedding graphs in Lorentzian spacetime

    • Clough J
    • Evans T
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  • Winds and maritime linkages in ancient Greece

    • Rivers R
    • Evans T
    • Knappett C
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  • Do we need global and local knowledge of the citation network?

    • Goldberg S
    • Anthony H
    • Evans T
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    0Citations
  • Ranking journals using altmetrics

    • Loach T
    • Evans T
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    2Citations
  • Time & citation networks

    • Clough J
    • Evans T
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    1Citations

Professional experience

Senior Lecturer

Imperial College London

October 1997 - Present

Royal Society University Fellow

Imperial College London

October 1992 - September 1997(5 years)

Postdoctoral Assistant

Imperial College London

October 1990 - September 1992(2 years)

Postdoctoral Assistant

University of Alberta

October 1987 - September 1990(3 years)

Education

PhD

Imperial College London

October 1984 - October 1987(3 years)

MA

University of Cambridge

October 1981 - June 1984(3 years)