Yu Tian received her PhD from University of Oxford, where she was supervised by Renaud Lambiotte and also part of Cohort 5 in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training for Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (InFoMM). Her PhD research was in collaboration with Tesco, where she worked on both the structural and dynamical properties of networks, inspired by several important industrial problems.
Yu joined Nordita as a Wallenberg Initiative on Networks and Quantum information (WINQ) Fellow in October 2022, and her research involves various aspects of network science, including dynamics and optimization, the incorporation of negative signs (e.g. friend-foe relationships in social networks), and community detection.
25 Jan 2023
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