Ginestra Bianconi, Reader in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Ginestra Bianconi is Reader (Associate Professor) in Applied Mathematics and Director of the MSc in Network Science at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London. Physicist by training, since 2001 she has made network theory and its applications her central subject of investigation publishing more than one hundred papers on the subject. Currently her research focuses on multilayer networks, network geometry and percolation theory.
Part I: Sinlge and multilayer networks 1. Complex systems as multilayer networks Part II: Single networks 2. The Structure of sinlge networks 3. The dynamics on single layers Part III: Multilayer networks 4. Multilayer networks in nature, society and infrastuctures 5. The mathematical definition 6. Basic structural properties 7. Structural correlations of multiplex networks 8. Communities 9. Centrality measures 10. Multilayer network models 11. Interdependent multilayer networks 12. Classical percolation, generalized percolation and cascades 13. Epidemic spreading 14. Diffusion 15. Synchronization, non-linear dyanmics and control 16. Opinion dynamics and game theory Appendix A. The Barabasi Albert model: the master equation Appendix B. Entropy and null models of single networks Appendix C. Growing multiplex networks: the master equation Appendix D. Percolation of interdependent networks Appendix E. Directed pervolation of interdependent networks Appendix F. Immunization strategies on multiplex networks Appendix G. Spectrum of the Supra-Laplacian