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.
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A master equation for power laws
Peer-reviewed paper by Sabin Roman, Francesco Bertolotti