RESEARCH
Liz Bradley


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Research Interests:

My current focus is on the analysis of time-series data from complex adaptive nonlinear systems. I use a variety of approaches, ranging from the traditional ones from nonlinear dynamics (delay reconstruction, Lyapunov exponents, etc.), to information theory and topological data analysis.

In the past, I have done some work in the area of artificial intelligence: in particular, computer tools that autonomously analyze and/or design things. My focus has largely shifted away from this area. Note: I do not work on machine learning. Please do not contact me about projects in that area.

Nonlinear dynamics and information-theory projects:

Artificial intelligence projects:

I also get involved in other fun stuff that my students are interested in, like:

Many of the links on this "ongoing" sections of this page point to documents that describe current research opportunities. These range from one-semester undergraduate research projects through M.S. and Ph.D. theses to postdoctoral appointments. Please shoot me an email message if you're interested in any of these opportunities. And I'm happy to work with smart, independent students on projects of their own choosing, even if I don't know much about the associated area.