This month we have a two excellent of long-term visitors in the group.
Visiting all month is Ivan Brugere a graduate from Tanya Berger-Wolff‘s group at University of Illinois, Chicago. Ivan is interested in Spatiotemporal network mining, Network inference and prediction, and Social network privacy modeling.
Stopping by between April 12th and April 18th is Laura Allesandretti, who’s a graduate student with Andrea Baronchelli at City University London. Laura, Andrea and I are studying the long-term changes in individual and collective mobility patterns. In the literature, human mobility is typically described on a meta-stable time-scale, where mobility is characterized by regular patterns. We are interested in how this meta-stable regime evolves over long stretches of time (years).
Ivan & Laura will both be giving talks during their visits, so stay tuned for more info.