Felix Reed-Tsochas is James Martin Lecturer in Complex Systems at the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, and a founding Co-Director of the CABDyN Complexity Centre. His academic background and training is in theoretical condensed matter physics, and his research focuses on developing an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the dynamic and functional properties of complex networks in different contexts.
At the Saïd Business School he teaches elective courses on complex systems for the MSc in Management Research and the MBA, and also supervises MSc and DPhil dissertations. He runs a small group of post-docs trained in physics and applied mathematics who model complex networks for socio-economic and biological systems. His research is currently supported by the EPSRC, the European Commission, and Helsinki University of Technology.