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Dr Steve Baigent
  • Reader in Mathematics
  • Dept of Mathematics
  • Faculty of Maths & Physical Sciences
Research Summary

My research involves the development and analysis of models of biological and chemical systems. My recent research has included building mathematical models of systems such as the brain and the control of its blood circulation, and also of the liver. Such models often have common mathematical structures that limit their dynamical behaviour, and my most recent research has been in elucidating these structures. The structure of the vector field's derivative, for example, can give global information about the dynamics, such as convergence to a steady state from any initial state, and sometimes uniqueness of the steady state.


Academic Background
1995 DPhil Doctor of Philosophy – Mathematical Modelling University of Oxford
1987 MSc Master of Science – Mathematical Modelling University of Oxford
1985 BA Bachelor of Arts – Mathematics University of Oxford
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