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Ben Frederick Intoy

TATEH 130-20 (office)
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Summary of Interests
Non-equlibrium physics, Complex systems, evolutionary game theory.

About My Work

My doctoral work at Virginia Tech was on the stability of systems with cyclic predator/prey interactions (think Rock-Paper-Scissors). As well as an attempt to tie ecological cyclic models to ones that looks more like game theory.

I am currently a post-doctoral associate working with Professor J Woods Halley on models of prebiotic evolution. We have explored the effects of introducing spatial degrees of freedom as well as bond energy to the model.

Google Scholar site:
(Contains papers and APS meeting abstracts)


Virginia Tech Physics PhD 2015 (Adviser: Michel Pleimling)
Virginia Tech Physics BS, Math BS, Economics BA 2010