- Spring 2014 - Physics 580
2:30 - 3:45am T, Th, 214 Hammond
Elements of Network Science and its Applications
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Our research is driven by an ongoing dialog between experimental measurements and
theoretical modeling. We build our models on the most salient features of a system,
and use our results as predictions and guidance for future experiments. Our diverse,
interdisciplinary projects are characterized by the common goal of identifying
organizing principles of complex systems.
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Recent Selected Works
Effects of community structure on the dynamics of random threshold network
Phys. Rev. E 87, 012810 (2013)
Generating super-shedders: co-infection increases bacterial load and egg production of a gastrointestinal helminth.
Soc Interface 10, 20120588 (2013)
Minimal functional routes in directed graphs with dependent edges,
International Transactions in Operational Research 20, 391-409 (2013).
Boolean modeling of biological regulatory networks: A methodology tutorial,
Methods 62, 3-12 (2013).
of plant-pollinator networks that are vulnerable to collapse from
Phys. Rev. E 86, 021924 (2012)
Highlighted in Physics Focus http://physics.aps.org/articles/v5/98