Keith Briggs  CV
qualifications
positions held
 Industrial Fellow in the Institute for Mathematical Innovation at the University of Bath
 Alan Tayler Visiting Lecturer, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
 research mathematician, BT Technology, Services and Operations
 visiting researcher, King's College Research Centre
 postdoctoral research associate, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge;
and mathematics tutor, King's College, Cambridge
 research associate, Physics Department, University of Western Australia
 associate lecturer, Applied Mathematics Department, University of Adelaide
 research fellow, Mathematics Department, University of Melbourne
 research associate, Mathematics Department, La Trobe University
 tutor, Physics Department, University of Adelaide
 tutor, Physics Department, Prifysgol Cymru Bangor
other professional activities
 ORCID (very few of my papers currently listed)
 Guest editor for Special Issue of the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, Dynamic Spectrum Management for 5G (2017)
 Examiner, MSc in Mathematics by Research, Queen Mary University of London
 Industrial Advisory Board, MSc in Modern Application of Mathematics, University of Bath
 organizer of the Royal Society meeting Networks: modelling and control; also editor of proceedings
 student supervision
 steering committee, MSc in Applied Numerical Computing, University of Manchester
 MASI strategy meeting, University of Leicester 2004 Dec 11
 Smith Institute meeting, University of Oxford 2004 Nov 22
 joint administrator of Mathematics of Networks mailing list
 CABDyN meeting, Oxford 2004 Sep 24
 Meeting on
Mathematics of networks, Martlesham 20040702
 EPSRC Novel Computation cluster, Bristol, Bath and Oxford 2003
NovDec
 advisory panel, MSc in mathematics of networks, University of York
 advisory panel, eMathematics MSc, Brunel University
 advisory panel, research program in longrange dependence, QMUL & York
 complex systems thinktank, Smith Institute, Oxford
 supervision of MSc and PhD students from Oxford, York and UMIST
 former member of American Mathematical Society and SIAM
 contributor to Mathworld
and GNU scientific
library
 referee for EPSRC, IEE, IEEE, AMS, Physical Review, Physics Letters
etc.
 I once held a chair in the Physics Department at the University of
Oxford, while the professor stood on it to get a book down from a high
shelf.
previous research
 exact real arithmetic
 historical linguistic cladistics
 simultaneous Diophantine approximation algorithms
 statistics of internet roundtrip times
 Markov chain models of TCP
 efficiency of smallworld graphs
 lowdiscrepancy sequences for image sampling
 complexity of Boolean functions
 parameter estimation in nonlinear dynamical systems models
 universal scaling in nonlinear dynamical systems
 biological effects of electromagnetic radiation
 Potts models and selfavoiding walks in statistical mechanics
 acoustics of baroque brass instruments
 quaternion iteration theory
 dense colloid simulations
 classical relativistic radiation theory
 My Ph.D. thesis: Feigenbaum scaling in discrete dynamical systems
awards, honours, and prizes
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