Enzo Nicosia is a Lecturer in Networks and Data Analysis in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Queen Mary University of London. He is interested in the characterisation and modelling of complex networks, and in the relation between the structure of a graph and the dynamics of processes happening on it. His research has contributed to centrality measures, community detection, spatial networks, time-varying graphs, random walks, synchronisation on graphs, and models of growing networks.His recent activity has been focused on the structure and dynamics of multilayer and multiplex networks. Enzo applies methods of network science to the analysis and modelling of spatially-embedded complex systems, including cities, transportation systems, neural networks, and the human brain.
Anastasios is a Moore-Sloan Data Science Fellow at the Center for Data Science, New York University. Anastasios completed his PhD in 2013 in the Network and Operating Systems group at the Computer Laboratory in the Read more