Carlo R. Laing

Carlo Laing received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 1998, with a thesis on coupled oscillator networks. After postdoctoral positions in the UK and at the Universities of Pittsburgh and Ottawa, he joined Massey University in 2002, where he is now an Associate Professor. His research interests cover nonlinear dynamics and computational neuroscience. He received the J. H. Michell Medal for outstanding new researchers from ANZIAM in 2008.

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Carlo R. Laing Published January 29, 2014

Nonlinear Dynamics | Interdisciplinary Physics

A new mathematical model allows the description of ensembles of biological oscillators coupled by short pulses, like neural networks.