## Who am I?I am an academic in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The University of Melbourne. I hold the position of Professor in Mathematics and Statistics of the University. I conduct research into the general field of "Statistical Mechanics" which lies within the discipline of mathematical physics. In particular I work in the area of phase transitions and critical phenomena in Statistical Mechanics especially pertaining to model polymer systems. The models I study arise naturally in "Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics" and in "Stochastic Processes". I am part of a `Statistical Mechanics and Combinatorics Group' working on these topics. I am a Chief Investigator of the ARC Centre of Excellence in the Mathematics and Statistics of Complex Systems. ## Opportunities for research:I have several projects in the
general area of the statistical mechanics of lattice polymer and vesicle
models where there is scope for Honours and Graduate projects, and some
where post-doctoral collaboration would be fruitful. Please contact me
if you are interested. Funding is available through the ARC Centre
of Excellence in the Mathematics and Statistics of Complex Systems.
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