About

I’m a Professor at DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark. I began my career as a physicist, but my interests have shifted towards complex networks and massive datasets, working in the intersection between physics, sociology, and computer science.

In the past, I’ve worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University and the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeasthern University; before that, I was at Laszlo Barabási’s Center for Complex Network Research at Northeastern University and the Center for Cancer Systems Biology at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. I’m a graduate of the Niels Bohr Institute (B.Sc, Physics 2001 [pdf], M.Sc, Physics, 2003 [pdf]) and the Technical University of Denmark (Ph.D., Complex Networks, 2007 [pdf]).

4 Replies to “About”

  1. Hi Sune,

    Just saw your post on the complexity and social networks blog. First of all, pretty fascinating stuff. If you were looking to get this methodology out to a wider audience and even get some popular press for the work that is being done., it would be pretty interesting to see if there was any effect on happiness associated with the recent developments in the NBA with Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh.

    Just a thought, and I know the popular sports media would eat it up.

    Best,

    Scott

  2. Dear Prof. Lehmann:
    I am an associate professor with Central University of Finance and Economics, P.R.China. I have read one of your
    interesting paper Biclique communities. Could you please send me the codes? I am very appreciated for your great help. My
    email is: zhyuanzh@gmail.com.
    By the way, i will visit Y.Y at September 🙂
    With Best Regards Always.

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