About me

I am a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at the University of Leeds. I undertook my undergraduate studies at the University of Manchester in Theoretical Physics, which leaves me now feeling like a physicist disguised as a mathematician.

My main research interests are in statistical physics, complex systems, and non-linear phenomena, particularly with regard to mathematical biology / social dynamics. Check out my research page for more details.

Here you will find everything to do with my publications, talks, teaching, and anything else I think is worthwhile having on here.

If you would like to get in contact with me, please do so on my email: mmmwa@leeds.ac.uk.

You can find me on Twitter: @askermatthew

I maintain the website for the Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics of Fluctuating Populations research group that I am part of, which can be found here: eedfp.com.

Check out the L24EEDs workshop that I am co-organising (Leeds, 9th-12th July 2024): eedfp.com