Neal McBride is a Research Fellow at CONNECT in Trinity College Dublin.
At CONNECT, he works in the Complexity group under Dr Nicola Marchetti and Prof. Linda Doyle, primarily in Complex Systems Science. This work takes the view of wireless networks and the Internet of Things as network ensembles which can be studied using statistical mechanics and Monte Carlo methods. He originally developed an interest in this ﬁeld while completing an MSc in High Performance Computing at the School of Mathematics, TCD.
His current research interests include critical phenomena in complex networks, stochastic toy models, network ensembles, numerical graph theory and distributed algorithms. He also co-lectures the Complex Systems Science course, oﬀered to ﬁfth year engineers in the School of Engineering, TCD as part of the MAI course.
Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin TCD