Gerrit Großmann

Address:
Saarland Informatics Campus
Campus E1 3, Room 325
66123 Saarbrücken, Germany

Contact:
+49 (0)681 / 302-2419


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Research

SIS epidemic on a network

I am working on numerical methods (like fast simulations or model reduction techniques) for the analysis of stochastic dynamical processes unfolding on complex networks. My research aims at understanding how stochastic interactions, that are constrained by a network topology, shape collective emerging phenomena such as epidemics, rumors, blackouts in power grids, or burst in biological neural networks. The image shows a continuous-time SIS contagion process (infected nodes in red, healthy nodes in blue) on a geometric network.

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Co-supervised Students

  • Jonas Klesen, Research Immersion Lab, 2020.
    Learning vaccine allocation strategies to control epidemic outbreaks on networks
  • Lisa Heidmann, Bachelor thesis, 2020.
    Effects of Interventions on the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Network-based Approach
  • Julian Zimmerlin, Bachelor thesis, 2021.
    Learning Dynamical Processes to Infer the Underlying Network Structure

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