I am a PhD student in the Complexity Science Group since 2008. Currently I work on percolation properties of complex networks in collaboration with Prof. Maya Paczuski and Prof. Peter Grassberger. We are interested in how cooperativity combined with randomness can create complex behavior in such systems, in particular the way it might change the nature of percolation transitions from continuous to discontinuous.
I mostly focus on Generalized Epidemic Processes that can be a unifying framework for diverse phenomena such as interface depinning, complex contagion in random media and exponential random graphs.
We also consider how concepts and methods of data analysis can be used to create a physics of large organizations that can be modeled as interdependent communication networks.
For more information on my scientific work see my most recent reseach proposal, and for more information about me see my CV.