*Mostly applied maths.*

I’m currently Senior Data Scientist for Forecasting at Spotify. I’m interested in probabilistic approaches to machine learning on sequences and graphs.

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## Bio

I did a PhD in Theoretical Physics at Durham. My research in Quantum Optics and Quantum Information led to the first observation of the *simulton*, a quasiparticle of light, in an atomic vapour. Before that, a BSc in Maths and Physics at Warwick and an MSc in Computational Physics at Stockholm.

Apart from my work I enjoy time with family, running, music and books. I also enjoy mountaineering and kayaking when I get chance.

## Papers

*Quasisimultons in Thermal Atomic Vapors*

Thomas P. Ogden, K. A. Whittaker, J. Keaveney, S. A. Wrathmall, C. S. Adams and R. M. Potvliege (PRL 123 (24), arXiv:1909.07161)*Resonant Pulse Propagation in Dense Atomic Vapours*

Thomas P. Ogden (Durham University, PDF)*Hydration Dynamics of Aqueous Nitrate*

Jan Thøgersen, Julien Réhault, Michael Odelius, Thomas P. Ogden, Naresh K. Jena, Svend J. Knak Jensen, Søren R. Keiding and Jan Helbing (J Phys Chem B)*Rotation of NO₃ as a Probe of Molecular Ion–Water Interactions*

Jan Thøgersen, Jakob Brun Nielsen, S Knak Jensen, Søren Rud Keiding, M Odelius, Thomas P. Ogden, J Réhault, J Helbing (EPJ Web of Conferences)*Reorientation Dynamics of Nitrate in Water*

Thomas P. Ogden (Stockholms Universitet)

## Projects

MaxwellBloch — A Python package for solving the coupled Maxwell-Bloch equations describing the nonlinear propagation of near-resonant light through thermal atomic vapours.

Euler — My solutions to Project Euler problems.