Jody McKerral (Fisher) has a background in applied mathematics but has a strong interest in interdisciplinary research. She has investigated a range of physics related problems examining emergent properties and constraints of complex systems. Her diverse research has included the role turbulence plays in structuring ecosystem dynamics, assembly rules of microbiomes, the geometric biasing of diffusion, and is now focussed on electromagnetic systems. She undertook a Fulbright placement during her PhD with Albert-László Barabási at the Centre for Complex Network Research in Boston (Northeastern University). Jody's PhD research was supervised by Jim Mitchell (biophysics and systems biology), Jerzy Filar (mathematics), and Nima Dehmamy (physics). She is currently a research fellow under Saeed Rehman and Sam Drake working in satellite communications and space-based spectrum monitoring.
B.MusHH(Perf & Mus), M.Mus, BScH (Mathematics), PhD
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