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Amit Chattopadhyay

Aston University
Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Personal Details: Full Name: Amit Kumar Chattopadhyay Date and Place of Birth: Chinsurah, India; 2nd of June 1973 Nationality: Indian Present Designation: Lecturer in Mathematics, Aston University, Birmingham B4 7ET, UK Telephone Number: +44 (0)121 204 3500 Email Address: a.k.chattopadhyay@aston.ac.uk Webpage: https://research.aston.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/amit-k-chattopadhyay%28c6cd579e-7093-4ba0-9348-10890288ca77%29.html University & Higher Education: � 17th April, 1995: Bachelor Degree (B. Sc.) in Physics (Honours), Chemistry, Mathematics and English from the University of Calcutta, India; mark � 71 %, rank � 3rd. � 16th August, 1997: Masters in Physics (M. Sc.) with specialisation in Statistical and High Energy Physics from the University of Calcutta, India; mark � 75 %, rank � 4th. PhD Details: Turbulence in Low Dimensional Models (23.05.2001); Jadavpur University, India Postdoctoral Experience: � June 2001 � November 2003: Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems Dresden, Germany. � November 2003 � July 2004: Hahn-Meitner Institute Berlin, Germany; sponsor: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. � July 2004 � November 2005: University of Warwick, UK. � January 2006 � July 2007: University of Padua, Italy; Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowship. � July 2007 � June 2011: University of Edinburgh, UK. Permanent positions: � November 2007 � January 2010: University of Delhi, India; Associate Professor (Reader) in Physics. � February 2010 � present: Aston University, UK; Lecturer in Mathematics. Research Interests: Interdisciplinary theoretical studies in mathematical biology, soft condensed matter physics and macroeconomics, with a focus towards application oriented statistical and nonlinear physics, including turbulence and bioinformatics. Expertise & Skills: � Analytical: Statistical field theory, renormalisation, non-linear dynamics, mode coupling theory. � Numerical: Fortran, C, Mathematica & Maple � Simulations & statistical BIG data analysis, including machine-learning techniques (dimensional reduction & visualisation). � Operating Systems: Unix, Mac OSX, Linux, MS Windows & MS DOS. Research Outline: � PhD Students: 1) Daniel J Bush (Year 3) � On �Mathematical modeling of T/B cell immunology� 2) Xi He (Year 2) � On �Mathematical modeling of atherosclerosis and its effects on cardiovascular deaths� � Under-graduate Project Students: 18 students between 2011-2014. � Publication: Over 30 research articles in top ranked peer reviewed research journals & 2 books (one of the books is in the highest selling/rated HE bracket, published by Tata McGraw-Hill). � Editorship/Reviewer: Executive Editor of the Journal of Interdisciplinary Science (http://irsaps.org) and referee of the Physical Review Group, Europhysics Letters, Journal of Molecular Structure, PlosOne, Journal of Applied Statistics and International Journal of Energy Management. Publications: Over 45 publications in top ranked peer reviewed journals; 27.10 Researchgate factor