Our research group is part of the department of Mathematics of the University of Namur, and of the Namur Center for Complex Systems

Renaud Lambiotte is professor in the department of Mathematics. His recent research includes the development of algorithms to uncover information in large-scale networks, the study of empirical data in social and biological systems, and the mathematical modelling of human mobility and diffusion on networks. His full list of publications can be found here). He also acts as an academic editor for PLoS One, European Physical Journal B and Advances in Complex Systems and review editor for Frontiers in Physics.

Alexey Medvedev is a joint Research Associate at ICTeam (UCLouvain) and the department of Mathematics (UNamur). His main research topic are Algebraic Graph Theory and Network Science, particularly in spreading processes on temporal networks.

Michele Coscia is Research Associate iat Harvard and, jointly, FNRS fellow in the department of Mathematics at the University of Namur. His work is related to network science, computer science and economics.

Leto Peel is a joint Research Associate at ICTeam (UCLouvain) and the department of Mathematics (UNamur). His main research topic are inferrence on networks and temporal networks.

Daniele Cassese is a joint Research Associate at ICTeam (UCLouvain) and the department of Mathematics (UNamur). His main research topic are dynamical processes on networks and, more recently, higher order networks.

Vsevolod Salnikov is a post-doc in the department of Mathematics. He holds a master in applied mathematics from Moscow State Lomonosov University, a master in complex systems from ENS Lyon, and a PhD in mathematics from UNamur. His research interests include complex networks, mobility and robotics.

Martin Gueuning is a PhD student in the department of Mathematics. He holds a master in mathematics from UNamur, and focuses on dynamics on temporal networks.

Viviana Vina Cervantes is a PhD student in the department of Mathematics.

Our research is supported by ESF COST KnowEscape, the EU project Optimizr, FNRS (Fonds National de Recherche Scientifique), by the Belgian Network DYSCO (Dynamical Systems, Control, and Optimization), funded by the Interuniversity Attraction Poles Programme, and by ARC.

Lionel Tabourier (2012-2014) is a now maitre de conference at LIP6, Paris.

Ceyda Sanli (2014-2015) is now a post-doc at NTU

Sarah de Nigris (2014-2016) is now a post-doc at ENS Lyon

Michael Schaub (2014-2016) is now a post-doc at MIT

Luis Rocha (2014-2016) is now a post-doc at Karolinska Institute