Dr Tim Evans

Tim Evans is a Senior Lecturer (equivalent to an associate professor), part of the Complexity and Networks programme at Imperial and a member of the Theoretical Physics group. 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.

Tim Evans is currently giving a course on Complexity and Networks to final year Physics students.  Previously he has given undergraduate and masters courses in Group Theory, Unification and Quantum Theory of Matter (superfluids and superconductors including quantum field theory approaches).  He is  currently writing a book on Group theory with Prof. Dimitri Vvedensky.

Tim Evans also runs numerous poplar and highly successful projects with final year students, which has produced numerous publications with student coauthors.

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