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Dr. Thierry Platini is a senior lecturer in the Applied Mathematics Research Center at Coventry University. In 2008, Dr. Platini completed his PhD on the “Non-Equilibrium Properties of Quantum Spin Chains” from Henri Poincare University, France.

At the start of his postdoctoral position in the department of physics at Virginia Tech, Dr. Platini joined the French project (ANR HAM-MARK) on Open Quantum System. His work at Virginia Tech was focussed on reaching a better understanding Non-Equilibrium Stochastic Process while his collaboration with French mathematician were centered around the description of Open Quantum Systems. Dr. Platini projects have been often realized in collaboration and systematically published in leading scientific journals.

In 2010, Dr. Platini joined Virginia Bio Informatics Institute to work on application of statistical mechanics to Biophysics and Network Theory. This work lead to new analytical approaches of stochastic models of gene expression and to the development of master equation approach to network formations. In 2013, Dr. Platini joined the AMRC as a senior lecturer, taking an active role in the group development.

Research Interests

Bio-physics ; Network Theory ; Non Equilibrium Open Quantum Systems ; Non Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics

Vision Statement

In addition of carrying out my research and teaching duties, I feel that my responsibilities consists also in being an active and dynamic member of the AMRC. Organizing seminars, giving presentations, mentoring students and supporting discussions and exchange of ideas between research groups and colleagues are key to create a dynamic and fruitful academic environment.


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