Dr Sabin Roman, Research Associate
Sabin works on long-term modelling of societal evolution, looking at emergent feedback mechanisms between demographic, environmental, economic and technological factors. The methods employed include dynamical systems theory, network science, agent-based modelling and machine learning. He has a background in mathematical physics, with a Master's degree from the University of Edinburgh. He obtained a PhD in Complex Systems Simulation from the University of Southampton, where his research focused on the mathematical modelling of societal collapse.
Keywords: societal collapse, mathematical modelling, feedback mechanisms, anthropogenic risks