I am a PhD student, FNRS Research Fellow, in applied mathematics at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium under the supervision of Prof. Vincent Blondel in the Large Graphs and Networks group. My research focuses on the analysis of social networks through the extraction of information from behavioral datasets such as human movement and interaction data as well as mobile phone networks. During my free time, I am also a sport addict and I am currently in a Triathlon club.
Social, technological and information systems can often be described in terms of complex networks. With the increasing availability of large-scale datasets that simultaneously capture human movements and social interactions, advances in human mobility and spatial networks have rapidly proliferated during the past years, impacting in a meaningful fashion a wide range of areas, from epidemic prevention and emergency response to urban planning and traffic forecasting. The analysis of the structural and statistical properties of such networks is the major focus of my research.