Henry graduated in 2019 with a PhD in Mathematics for Real-World Systems.
Former PhD student at the Mathematics for Real World Systems CDT, based in the Centre for Complexity Science and supervised by Professor Matthew Turner and Professor George Rowlands. Research included looking at simple models of "intelligent" decision making processes in active matter systems whereby systems move so as to maximize their future freedom, i.e. to maximally keep their options open.
- MSc in Mathematics for Real-World Systems awarded with distinction (2015).
- Graduated from University College London in September 2014 with an MSci in Physics. First class honours and included on the Dean's List for Academic Excellence. My final year project was on "Entropy Production in Small Systems" and supervised by Professor Ian Ford.
- In the summer of 2012 I did a 10 week summer project funded by the EPSRC at the Research Complex at Harwell on "Optical Ptychography", supervised by Professor Ian Robinson and Dr Fucai Zhang.
- Here is a copy of my CV (updated April 2018).
- "Stochastic entropy production arising from nonstationary thermal transport", Phys. Rev. E 92, 042108 (October 2015) (arXiv)