BOVET Alexandre's profile
avatar

BOVET Alexandre

  • Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Algorithms for Network Analysis, Clustering in networks, Communication networks, Community structure in networks, Dynamics on networks, Evolving networks, Heterogeneous information and network analysis, Internet and World Wide Web, Large-scale networks or graphs, Network mining, Online social networks, Rumor and viral spreading, Social influence analysis, Social networks, Spreading, Temporal networks
  • recommender

Recommendations:  0

Reviews:  0

Educational and work
I am a researcher interested in complex systems and in their modelling using complex networks. I am interested in interdisciplinary approaches to answer social and economic questions using tools from physics and data science. In particular, I am interested by the following topics: Temporal networks: dynamic community detection, dynamics of social networks Information and opinion diffusion: influence of misinformation, mechanism of opinion formation and diffusion Data science: clustering algorithms for dynamical data, opinion mining, causality discovery I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Mathematics of Social Systems and Applications to Public Policy at the Mathematical Institute at Oxford University, in the Mathematical Data Science group. Before that, I was a SNSF Advanced Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Engineering department (INMA, ICTEAM) of the Université Catholique de Louvain and at the Namur Center for Complex Systems/Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford working on temporal networks. I was also a SNSF Early Postdoctoral Fellow at the Levich Institute of the City College of New York, USA, working on the diffusion of information and opinion dynamics in social networks. I also investigated the spread of diseases in a contact network of a population of wild mice as well as its social and behavioral organization at the Theoretical Biology lab, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland. I received my PhD in physics from EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, where I was working on the transport of particles in turbulent plasmas. https://alexbovet.github.io/
avatar

BOVET Alexandre

  • Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Algorithms for Network Analysis, Clustering in networks, Communication networks, Community structure in networks, Dynamics on networks, Evolving networks, Heterogeneous information and network analysis, Internet and World Wide Web, Large-scale networks or graphs, Network mining, Online social networks, Rumor and viral spreading, Social influence analysis, Social networks, Spreading, Temporal networks
  • recommender

Recommendations:  0

Reviews:  0

Educational and work
I am a researcher interested in complex systems and in their modelling using complex networks. I am interested in interdisciplinary approaches to answer social and economic questions using tools from physics and data science. In particular, I am interested by the following topics: Temporal networks: dynamic community detection, dynamics of social networks Information and opinion diffusion: influence of misinformation, mechanism of opinion formation and diffusion Data science: clustering algorithms for dynamical data, opinion mining, causality discovery I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Mathematics of Social Systems and Applications to Public Policy at the Mathematical Institute at Oxford University, in the Mathematical Data Science group. Before that, I was a SNSF Advanced Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Engineering department (INMA, ICTEAM) of the Université Catholique de Louvain and at the Namur Center for Complex Systems/Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford working on temporal networks. I was also a SNSF Early Postdoctoral Fellow at the Levich Institute of the City College of New York, USA, working on the diffusion of information and opinion dynamics in social networks. I also investigated the spread of diseases in a contact network of a population of wild mice as well as its social and behavioral organization at the Theoretical Biology lab, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland. I received my PhD in physics from EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, where I was working on the transport of particles in turbulent plasmas. https://alexbovet.github.io/