On the same day of my doctorate exam, I was awarded a scholarship by Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies to pursue my PhD. This scholarship is awarded based on the research track record of the candidates, as well as the quality and originality of their proposed work.
On Friday, I have completed my doctoral exam. The evaluation is based on two documents presenting my future research, and a oral presentation. I can now continue and pursue active research.
In September, I will attend a (late) summer school in Sicily, Italy. The four major themes of the school are closely related to my research interests: complex networks, nonlinear dynamics, synchronization and biological systems. Among the invited experts are Alex Arenas, Tiago Peixoto and Vito Latora.
Each year, I'm mandated to produce posters for either Symposium Numerica or Symposium Dynamica. For once, I wanted to use free gorgeous photos from unsplash. However, we thought that we could try to create custom plots, so we ended up with the Lorentz and Rösler attractors (classic). For the record, the figures are done by integrating five different initial conditions, and the colors are from colorbrewer.
I've been selected to receive the Byron-T. Darling scholarship of 5000$.
I've been accepted to present two projects at NetSci 2017. My recent work on the brain's resilience (Functional resilience in dynamical complex networks with adaptive connectivity) and the last chapter of my master's thesis (Persistent activity of neural dynamics on hierarchical networks) will be presented in the neuroscience satellite and in the general conference.
I've been awarded a doctoral fellowship by Sentinel North. It comes with a generous 18000$ wage per year.
I've just updated my resume in a brand new design.
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Two years ago, a friend asked me to do a website for its ice canoeing team (in french). I've quickly done it, but I needed images and texts to complete the website. He sent the ressources this week. It's a static website hosted on github and it's 100% custom. If you're in town this winter, go see their races, it's absolutely incredible!
After many months of work with my partners, I can finally reveal it to the public: Wasper. It is a mobile application to buy local products delivered by the community. Yet, Wasper has not been deployed on the App Store but we've launched it on the social medias. Stay tuned for updates!
I've received all of the evaluations of my thesis which means I can graduate. My thesis is available, in french, here.
April 11 will be my Master's colloquium. This highly anticipated event is composed of a short presentation of my thesis (30 minutes) and is followed by a series of questions.
A figure from our recent paper Complex networks as an emerging property of hierarchical preferential attachment has been selected to appear in the December Kaleidoscope of Physical Review E. Figures are selected on aesthetic merit.
I am in the wonderful city of Saragoza, Spain, in order to participate to NetSci 2015 conference! I am presenting a poster about our recent projet on binary cascade dynamics.
I have been informed that I will receive a master scholarship by Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies for 2015-2016.
Jean-Gabriel and I will attend NetSci 2015 conference in Zaragoza, Spain from June 1 to June 5, 2015. Jean-Gabriel will present a new version of SPA named SPA Star, while I will show our most recent project "Exact analytical solution of binary dynamics on networks", in collaboration with Sergey Melnik.