Keith Still is what I term an intuitive mathematician. He is one of the most creative and original thinkers that I know. He adds drive and determination, as well as considerable intellectual power to any group of which he is a part…….His intuition for subtle patterns of behaviour in complex data is impressive, the best I've ever seen." Prof. Ian Stewart - Fellow of the Royal Society.


  G. Keith Still            Benoit Mandelbrot             Nick Gogerty


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Professor Still has lectured at the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College since 1999 and developed the EPC’s Crowd Dynamics and Crowd Science materials and workshops as well as contributing to several other safety-related courses. 

His mathematical, human behaviour modelling and simulation tools led to the development of a systematic blueprint for the crowd safety industry. He has developed educational workshops teaching the theory and applications of Crowd Science, applied it to major events around the world. His tools (Legion, Paramics UAF, Myriad - click here for link to current modelling tools) have been used for the analysis of crowds in complex and built spaces for over a decade.

Keith was made a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA) in late 2007. In August 2012 Keith was made a fellow of the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management (FICPEM).  In March 2014 a Specialist Fellow of the Institute of Risk and Safety Management (SFIIRSM). In August 2015 he became a member of the Expert Witness Institute (MEWI) and in December 2015 Keith became a Fellow of the Institute of Place Management (FIPM). In June 2017 Keith became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).


  • BSc in Physical Sciences (majoring in Physics)
  • PhD (Crowd Dynamics) Interdisciplinary Mathematics from Warwick University
  • Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its applications. (FIMA)  
  • Visiting Professor of Crowd Science (Bucks New University)
  • Regular Visiting Speaker at Easingwold (the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College 1999 - 2014) 
  • Member of Mensa for over 30 years
  • Fellow of the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management (FICPEM)
  • Specialist Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (SFIIRSM)
  • Professor of Crowd Science - Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)
  • Member of the Expert Witness Institute (MEWI)
  • Visiting Professor of Crowd Management University of Suffolk
  • Fellow of the Institute of Place Management (FIPM)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Member of the Academy of Experts (MAE)

Mathematical Interests

Crowd Simulations, Games Theory, Complexity Theory, Queueing Theory, Fractals, Chaos, Self-organised Systems, Network Analysis, Algorithmic Graph Theory, Crowd and Traffic Optimisation, Cellular Automata, Dynamical Systems, Chaotic Controls, Mathematical Biology, Small World Network Theory, Economic Modelling, Topology and Symplectic Geometry. 

Personal Interests

Magic, Motorbikes (Harley Davidson - Ulta Glide Limited and V-Rod CVO), Crown Green Bowls, doing stuff with my family (Val, Harry, Erin and the dog), not necessarily in that order of course.

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Above, Ultraglide Limited and V-Rod CVO (below)

Other research papers on SNA’s

  • Alseda, L., 2007. On the definition of Strange Nonchaotic Attractor. pp.1–87.
  • Ashwin, P., 2010a. Drift for Euclidean Extensions of Dynamical Systems. pp.1–6.
  • Ashwin, P., 2010b. Hypermeander of Spirals; Local Bifurctions and Statistical Properties., pp.1–31.
  • Channel, P.J., 2001. Symplectic integration of Hamiltonian systems*. pp.1–29.
  • Cornish, N.J., 2008. Chaos, Fractals and Inflation. pp.1–25. Course, 2002. Symplectic Integration. pp.1–17.
  • da Silva, A., 2008. Lectures on Symplectic Geometry. pp.1–225.
  • Dawes, J.H.P., 2008. The “0–1 test for chaos” and strange nonchaotic attractors. pp.1–6.
  • Gottwald, G.A., 2002. A New Test for Chaos. pp.1–4.
  • Hairer, E., 2010. Symplectic integrators. pp.1–18.
  • Haro, A. & Puig, J., 2006. Strange nonchaotic attractors in Harper maps. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 16(3), p.033127.
  • Hjorth, P.G., 2006. Classical Mechanics and Symplectic Integration. pp.1–48.
  • Lasker, J., 2009. Large Scale Chaos in the Solar System. pp.1–4.
  • Malhotra, R., 2001. Chaos and stability of the solar system. pp.1–2.
  • Pikovsky, A., 2007. Characterizing Strange Nonchaotic Attractors. pp.1–20.
  • Shukla, N. et al., 2014. Synchronized charge oscillations in correlated electron systems. Scientific Reports, 4.
  • Taylor, R.L.V., 2011. Attractors: Nonstrange to Chaotic. pp.1–9.
  • Yudin, A., 2008. From Chaos to Trends in Forex. pp.1–3.
  • Zhu, Z., 2003. Strange Nonchaotic Attractors of Chua's Circuit. pp.1–12.
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