University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research interests lie in applying tools from linear algebra, matrix theory and dynamical systems to study networks and complex systems. In particular, my work involves the Laplacian matrix and its eigenvalues, graph effective resistances and graph embeddings.
If you're interested in networks, be sure to check out the weekly Networks Seminar!
B6.3 Integer Programming
B8.4 Information Theory
B8.5 Graph Theory
Major / recent publications:
Effective resistance is more than distance: Laplacians, Simplices and the Schur complement, 2020 [submitted](pdf)
Nonlinear consensus on networks: equilibria, effective resistance and trees of motifs, 2020 [preprint](pdf)
M. Homs-Dones, R. Lambiotte, K. Devriendt
Variance and covariance of distributions on graphs, 2020 [submitted](pdf)
K. Devriendt, S. Martin-Gutierrez, R. Lambiotte
Constructing Laplacian matrices with Soules vectors: inverse eigenvalue problem and applications, 2019 [submitted] (pdf)
K. Devriendt, R. Lambiotte, P. Van Mieghem