Richard Clayton

I am Professor of Computational Physiology in the Department of Computer Science and the INSIGNEO insitute for in-silico medicine at the University of Sheffield. Since 1990 my research has focussed on the heart, with a particular interest in cardiac arrhythmias - see the video and links below for more details.



Our paper on Gaussian processes for sensitivity analysis of cardiac cell models has been published recently in PLoS ONE, and a version of the Supporting information file S1 Text with correct equation references can be downloaded here.

I am very keen to recruit well-qualified PhD students with an interest in uncertainty quantification and sensitivity analysis of cardiac models. If you are interested, please contact me.


RHC at the craters of the moon near Taupo
Contact details:
Department of Computer Science, Regent Court,
211 Portobello Street ,
Sheffield, S1 4DP. 
UNITED KINGDOM

Telephone :       +44 (0) 114 222 1845
Fax:                    +44 (0) 114 222 1810 
email:                 r.h.clayton # at # sheffield.ac.uk







Spiral wave in the heart

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