My research interests in physics are in theoretical plasma physics, inertial confinement fusion, and high power lasers. I am currently a researcher in economics at the Bank of England but maintain strong ties with the plasma physics group at Imperial.
I have my own personal webpage over on Github pages.
See separate publications page
Talks on research:
APS Division of Plasma Physics, New Orleans, LA, 2014
IOP Plasma, London, 2014
Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications, Nara, Japan, 2013
Fast Ignition Workshop, Napa, CA, USA, 2012
Computational Plasma Physics, Brighton, 2012
IOP Plasma, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, 2012
Imperial PGRS, London, 2012
Christmas Meeting of the High Power Laser Science Community, CLF, 2011
IOP Plasma, Berwick, 2011
I have also presented work at the Christmas Meeting of the High Power Laser Science Community 2010 and the 2011 Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications conference.
Third year comprehensive tutorials (2013-2015)
First year tutorials (2013)
First year undergraduate classwork sessions (2009-2012)
Third year rapid feedback classes for Dynamical Systems and Chaos (2010-2011) and for Advanced Particle Physics (2011-2012)
science communication and policy
Article for Autumnn 2014 edition of Science in Parliament
Star Power on Earth, Institute of Physics: Plasma, London, 2014
Communicating Science to Children, Imperial College, September 2013-2014
How to build a star on Earth... with lasers!, Science Museum Climate Change 'Late', April 2013
'Outreach ambassador', which means I can talk at schools about physics, mathematics, or just going to university. Get in touch if you'd like me to come to your school to talk.
Science articles in A Global Village, Glass and I, Science
Interviewed Sir Patrick Moore (can be found here)
Won the Rutherford Prize for the Public Understanding of Plasma Physics, 2011
Plasma: The mysterious fourth state of matter, British Science Festival, 2011
Outside of science, I have been known to enjoy a sing-song.
et al., 2022, Making text count: Economic forecasting using newspaper text, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Vol:37, ISSN:0883-7252, Pages:896-919
et al., 2021, Is the UK's productivity puzzle mostly driven by occupational mismatch? An analysis using big data on job vacancies, Labour Economics, Vol:71, ISSN:0927-5371
Haldane AG, Turrell AE, 2019, Drawing on different disciplines: macroeconomic agent-based models, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol:29, ISSN:0936-9937, Pages:39-66
G. Haldane A, E. Turrell A, 2018, Un modelo interdisciplinario para la macroeconomía, Revista De Economía Institucional, Vol:21, ISSN:0124-5996, Pages:69-110
Braun-Munzinger K, Liu Z, Turrell AE, 2018, An agent-based model of corporate bond trading, Quantitative Finance, Vol:18, ISSN:1469-7688, Pages:591-608