Research Group

 

Principal Investigator

  • That would be me.
  • Postdoctoral Scholars

    Your name here.... (Note: I will be looking for a postdoc to start in Fall 2017. Interested people should apply directly to UCLA. You can contact me with queries, especially when it comes to programs such as NSF or McDonell postdocs.)

    Doctoral Students

  • Paul Brodersen [Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre], Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, How Does Learning Affect the Structure of Biological Neural Networks? (Joint with Colin Akerman.) [Fall 2012--present]
  • Birgit Brüggemeier, Neuroscience, Department of Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics, University of Oxford, Drosophila Courtship Song: Modelling Behavioural Patterns in Terms of Neural and Muscle Dynamics. (Joint with Stephen Goodwin.) [Fall 2013--present]
  • Florian Klimm, Systems Approaches to Biomedical Sciences Centre for Doctoral Training, Multilayer Network Analysis of Temporal Protein-Protein Interaction Networks (Joint with Charlotte Deane and Jonny Wray. Wray is from our industrial partner e-Therapeutics.) [Summer 2015--present]
  • Yacoub Kureh, Department of Mathematics, UCLA, To Be Detemined. [Fall 2016--present]
  • Barbara Mahler, Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford, Computational Homology and Networks. (Joint with Heather Harrington.) [Summer 2014--present]
  • Alejandro Martínez, Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Nonlinear Waves in Granular Crystals. [Fall 2013--present]
  • Vladimirs Murevics, Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Systemic Risk in Financial Systems. (Joint with Sam Howison. Industrial partner HSBC.) [Fall 2013--present]
  • Will Oakley, Department of Mathematics, UCLA, Social Influence on Networks. [Fall 2016--present]
  • Se Wook Oh, Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Homophily and Social Influence in Networks. [Spring 2013--present]
  • Roxana (Feier) Pamfil, Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (InFoMM) Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Oxford, Community Structure in Product-Purchase Networks. (Our industrial partner is dunnhumby.) [Spring 2015--present]
  • Alice Schwarze, Systems Approaches to Biomedical Sciences Centre for Doctoral Training, Structural Robustness in Protein Interaction Networks (Joint with Jonny Wray of our industrial partner e-Therapeutics.) [Summer 2015--present]
  • Jake Stroud, Life Sciences Interface (LSI) Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford, Learning Motor Movements in Plastic Recurrent Circuits. (Joint with Tim Vogels.) [Spring 2015--present]

  • Fabian Ying, Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (InFoMM) Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Oxford, Spatio-temporal Patterns Among Shoppers. (Joint with Mariano Beguerisse Díaz and Sam Howison. Our industrial partner is Tesco.)
  • Masters Students

  • None right now...
  • Undergraduate Students

  • Jack Guo, Computational & Systems Biology, UCLA, Learning in Neurological Oscillators [Winter 2017--present]
  • Ritvik Kharkar, Mathematics of Computation, UCLA, Data-Driven Forecasting of Retention Within the UCLA Mathematics Major [Fall 2016--present]
  • Zelda Lim, Caltech (visiting student), Neural Networks and Category Theory [Spring 2017--present]
  • Jessica Tran, Mathematics of Computation, UCLA, Data-Driven Forecasting of Retention Within the UCLA Mathematics Major" [Fall 2016--present]
  • Keyu ("Kurt") Zhu, Mathematics, Shanghai Jaio Tong University (visiting student from Cross-disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology (CSST) program), Games on Networks [Summer 2017]
  • Visitors

  • Prof. James P. Gleeson, Mathematics and Statistics, University of Limerick [July 2017]
  • Prof. Maria Clara Caontilho Grácio, Matemática, Universidade de Évora [April 2017--June 2017]
  • Dr. Lucas Lacasa, Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London [July 2017--August 2017]
  • Prof. Jesús San Martín Moreno, Matemática Aplicada, ETSIDI, Universidad Poltécnia de Madrid. [August--November 2017]