Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Department of Physics

Dr Martin Horvat, Royal Society Visiting Fellow

Dr Martin Horvat

I am a teaching and research assistant at the Faculty of mathematics and physics, University of Ljubljana. My main research areas are nonlinear dynamical systems, quantum chaos and mathematical physics.

In particular I am interested in analysis of time series originating from complex physical systems. Currently at the Department of Physics, University of Lancaster, I am studying the so called inverse problem, where we try to build an approximate model of a non-autonomous dynamical system considering only information from a long signal that it generates, and the related problem of attribution in which we try to automatically classify patients into groups of medical states based on their measured medical data.