Andreea Alexandru

Andreea Alexandru

PhD student

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Key Expertise
Entropy, Chaos Theory, Organisational Behaviour

About me

PhD supervisors: Dr Dario Krpan and Professor Paul Dolan.

Andreea’s research lies at the intersection of Physics and Psychology, investigating how entropy influences time perception in order to formulate a universal theory of time. In parallel to her PhD, Andreea researches the effects of human-robot interaction on psychological processes and behaviour. She is also Student Representative and part of the PhD committee for the Psychological and Behavioural Science department.

Andreea holds an MSc in Human Resources and Organisations (Organisational Behaviour stream) from the LSE, and a BSc in International Business Administration from Erasmus University in the Netherlands, both awarded Distinctions. She has also been named the Winner of The Foundation on Automation and Human Development Prize by the LSE for being ranked at the top of her MSc programme.

Prior to her PhD, Andreea has worked both in academic and corporate settings in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.


Expertise Details

Entropy; Chaos Theory; Dynamical Systems; Time; Human-Robot Interaction; Organisational Behaviour