Renaud Lambiotte

Fellow & Tutor in Mathematics; Professor of Networks and Nonlinear Systems

Renaud Lambiotte is a Professor of Networks and Nonlinear Systems.

His main research interests are the modelling and analysis of large networks, with a particular focus on clustering and temporal networks, and applications in social and neuronal systems. He is Associate Editor for Science Advances and a Turing Fellow. See more here.

Renaud Lambiotte has a PhD in Physics from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Following postdocs at ENS Lyon, Université de Liège, UCLouvain and Imperial College London, and a Professorship in Mathematics at the University of Namur, he is currently Professor of Networks and Nonlinear Systems at the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University.


Random walks and community detection in hypergraphs
Carletti, T; Fanelli, D; Lambiotte, R
Journal of Physics: Complexity volume abs/2010.14355 (12 April 2021)

Non-linear network dynamics with consensus-dissensus bifurcation
Devriendt, K; Lambiotte, R
Journal of Nonlinear Science (15 January 2021)

Extracting Complements and Substitutes from Sales Data: A Network Perspective
Tian, Y; Lautz, S; Wallis, A; Lambiotte, R
CoRR volume abs/2103.02042 (1 January 2021)

Modelling Non-Linear Consensus Dynamics on Hypergraphs
Sahasrabuddhe, R; Neuhäuser, L; Lambiotte, R
Journal of Physics: Complexity volume abs/2007.09391 (1 December 2020)

Opinion Dynamics with Multi-Body Interactions
Neuhäuser, L; Schaub, M; Mellor, A; Lambiotte, R
Proceedings of NETGCOOP 2020 (1 July 2020)

Mobile phone data for informing public health actions across the COVID-19 pandemic life cycle
Oliver, N; Letouzé, E; Sterly, H; Delataille, S; Nadai, M; Lepri, B; Lambiotte, R; Benjamins, R; Cattuto, C; Colizza, V; Cordes, N; Fraiberger, S; Koebe, T; Lehmann, S; Murillo, J; Pentland, A; Pham, P; Pivetta, F; Salah, A; Saramäki, J; Scarpino, S; Tizzoni, M; Verhulst, S; Vinck, P
Science Advances (5 June 2020)

Multi-body Interactions and Non-Linear Consensus Dynamics on Networked Systems
Lambiotte, R; Mellor, A; Neuhäuser, L
Physical Review E: Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (1 March 2020)

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