Pawel Romanczuk

pawel_snow_smallPawel is a theoretical physicist who is interested in application of statistical physics and stochastic processes to biological and ecological problems. In particular he has worked on mathematical models of collective motion in biology, as well as related problems of pattern
formation and self-propelled motion from a physics perspective. He earned his PhD in theoretical physics from the Humboldt University inBerlin, Germany. Currently he is a P.R.I.M.E. post-doctoral fellow atPrinceton interested in modeling and data analysis of collective information processing in animal groups. Among other things, he is interested in the question how collective behaviour is shaped and constrained by locally available sensory information, and how to determine causal information flows between individuals in animal groups.