Dr Young-Ho Eom

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Mathematics and Statistics

Personal statement

I am a Chancellor's Fellow in complex networks at the Department of Mathematistics and Statistics. My research interests include network science and complex system science and their application to financial markets, ecosystems, social phenomena, science of science, and cities.

For exmaple, I aks the following questions:

(1) How network evolve with time? Is there a universal growth pattern?

(2) Are modular networks more resilient against perturbations or failures than non-modular ones?

(3) How can we reinforce given networked systems (e.g., power-grid or financial systems) to prevent their collapse?

(4) What networks do support better their collective behaviours (e.g., cooperation or synchronization)?

You can find all my publication on my Google Scholar page

My personal webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/younghoeom/

If you are interested in a PhD studentship on network science, we can apply for it. In this case, please do not hesitate to contact me (Particularly the students from the UK and the EU).


Impact of perception models on friendship paradox and opinion formation
Lee Eun, Lee Sungmin, Eom Young-Ho, Holme Petter, Jo Hang-Hyun
Physical Review E Vol 99 (2019)
Resilience of networks to environmental stress : from regular to random networks
Eom Young-Ho
Physical Review E Vol 97 (2018)
Concurrent enhancement of percolation and synchronization in adaptive networks
Eom Young-Ho, Boccaletti Stefano, Caldarelli Guido
Scientific Reports Vol 6, pp. 1-7 (2016)
Network-based model of the growth of termite nests
Eom Young-Ho, Perna Andrea, Fortunato Santo, Darrouzet Eric, Theraulaz Guy, Jost Christian
Physical Review E Vol 92 (2015)
Opinion formation driven by PageRank node influence on directed networks
Eom Young-Ho, Shepelyansky Dima L
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications Vol 436, pp. 707-715 (2015)
Twitter-based analysis of the dynamics of collective attention to political parties
Eom Young-Ho, Puliga Michelangelo, Smailović Jasmina, Mozetič Igor, Caldarelli Guido
PLoS One Vol 10, pp. 1-17 (2015)

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Professional activities

Oral presentation in Conference on Complex Systems 2019 (Singapore)
Invited talk in a satellite meeting of the Conference on Complex Systems 2019 (Singapore)
Scientometrics (Journal)
Peer reviewer
Conference on Complex Systems 2019 (Event)
Peer reviewer
Cascading failures in networked systems: From simple models to blackouts, financial crisis and flight delay propagation
PLOS One (Journal)
Peer reviewer

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