Research Assistant at The Open University, United Kingdom, UK.
Some of my research interests include: Hypernetworks, Network Science, Social Networks, Synchronization Phenomena, Symmetry, Community Detection, Cellular Automata, Emergence and Stigmergy.
David Hales (trouble maker)
Senior Research Fellow at The Open University, UK.
Some of my research interests include: Cooperation theory, Agent-Based Modelling, Group Selection, Dynamic Networks and Peer-to-Peer systems.
Jeffrey Johnson (founder of the group)
Professor of Complexity Science and Design at the Open University, UK. I have wide research interests including: complex systems, simulation, robotics, hypernetworks, agent-based modelling, non-equilibrium social science and policy applications of complex systems.
Jane Bromley (director of the group)
Research fellow at the Open University UK. My background is in physics – specifically optics and visual psychophysics. I have carried out research on visual dysfunction and neural networks for human perception tasks. This was followed by a stint in project management (home and industry) then reintegration into research via the Open University’s robotics outreach programme and the EU ASSYST project, a Complex Systems coordination Support Action project. I currently research information extraction and data mining.