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Teaching and Projects.

Modules Taught


 

  • Theory of Complex Networks (undergraduate and postgraduate, from 2018-2019 till 2022-2023)
     

  • Equilibrium Analysis of Complex Systems (postgraduate, from 2019-2020 till 2020-2021)

 

  • Research Methods and Advanced Topics in Complex Systems (postgraduate, from 2018-2019 till 2019-2020)

List of UG and PG projects


 

  • The Influence of Network Structure On the Stability of a Random Economy (MSc project, summer 2022)

 

  • Modelling Food Webs (BSc project, 2021-2022) 
     

  • Analysing Traffic Jams (BSc project, 2021-2022)

 

  • Markov State Models: Dimensionality Reduction, Mean First passage Times and the Kemeny Constant (MSc project, fall 2021)

 

  • Nagel-Schrekenberg Model on Networks with Junctions (MSc project, summer 2021)

 

  • Two Lanes and Lane-Merging Simulations based on the Nagel-Schreckenberg Model (MSc project, summer 2021)

 

  • On the Localisation of Right Eigenvectors of Random Directed Graphs with Correlated Outdegrees and Indegrees (MSc project, summer 2021)
     

  • Jam Formation in Traffic Processes through Networks (MSc project, summer 2020)
     

  • Analysis the Spectrum of a Real-World Network with Cavity Method (MSc project, summer 2020)
     

  • Investigating Spectral Features of a Real World Social Network (MSc project, summer 2020)
     

  • Kinetic Model of Interconnected Traffic Flow (MSc project, summer 2020)
     

  • Naive Bayes Approach for the Analysis of Medical Data (MSc project, summer 2020)
     

  • Pattern Recognition through Neural Networks on Sparse Directed Graphs (MSci project, 2018-2019)
     

  • How motor proteins avoid traffic jams (KURF fellow, summer 2019)
     

  • Stability of Complex Systems (MSc project, summer 2019)




 

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