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After a PhD in Physics at Université libre de Bruxelles and research positions at ENS Lyon, Université de Liège, UCLouvain, Imperial College London and University of Namur, I am Associate Professor of Networks and Nonlinear Systems in the Mathematical Institute and tutorial fellow at Somerville College.
What is your main area(s) of interest/expertise?:
My main focus of research is network science. I love to explore empirical datasets from socio-economic and biological systems in order to inspire the development of new algorithms and to improve our understanding of the relations between the structure and the function of system.
What are you working on right now?:
With my team, we are working on theoretical and practical aspects of networks, from the design of efficient clustering techniques and works at the interface with dynamical systems, to applications of network methods in retail networks and human mobility. As part of the Oxford Covid-19 Impact Monitor, https://www.oxford-covid-19.com/, I try to help making connections between social data science and epidemic modelling to help understand and predict the spreading of the virus.
Why is Oxford a good place to work in this field of research?
Oxford is a place full of opportunities and inspiration, where world-class scientists and enthusiastic students search between disciplines to push the boundaries of knowledge.
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Watch Renaud's lecture from 13 May