Maxime Lucas

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Welcome to my page!

I am a physicist with a strong interest in dynamical systems, complex systems, and networks, and their application to the life sciences.

I am currently working on various projects including theoretical models of dynamical processes on networks (synchronisation, contagion), and the analysis of experimental data such as the brain’s electrical activity or whale speech. I work with Giovanni Petri at the CENTAI Institute in Turin (Italy), and previously at the ISI Foundation. I use a variety of approaches including for example dynamical systems theory, network science, and topological data analysis.

Before that, I worked on temporal networks of proteins with Alain Barrat, Bianca Habermann, and Laurent Tichit at the interdisciplinary Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI) in Marseille (France).

Before that, during my PhD, I worked on the synchronisation of nonautonomous networks of oscillators. The project was part of COSMOS, a Marie Curie training network, and I was co-supervised by Aneta Stefanoska (Lancaster University, UK) and Duccio Fanelli (University of Florence, Italy). I also hold a Complementary Master’s in Artificial Intelligence from KULeuven (Belgium) and a Master’s in Physics from Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium).

Do not hesitate to contact me for questions/comments/ideas/.. or just to say hi!

Research interests:

  • complex systems
  • dynamical systems
  • complex networks
  • synchronisation

news

Feb 23 Paper out in Cell Reports Methods!
Jun 22 New preprint “Simplicially driven simple contagion”, available at arXiv:2206.07645!
May 22 Chapter out in Higher-order systems!
May 22 We released XGI ! A Python package for compleX Group Interactions.
Mar 22 New preprint “Do higher-order interactions promote synchronization?”, available at arXiv:2203.03060!