Core team:

Laurent Hébert-Dufresne

University of Vermont

Computer Science, Assistant Professor

Laurent studies the interaction of structure and dynamics. His research involves network theory, statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics along with their applications in epidemiology, ecology, biology, and sociology. Recent projects include comparing complex networks of different nature, the coevolution of human behavior and infectious diseases, understanding the role of forest shape in determining stability of tropical forests, as well as the impact of echo chambers in political discussions.

Most recent papers:

Percolation and the effective structure of complex networks.

Antoine Allard, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne. Preprint, 2018.
[pdf] [arXiv]

Network archaeology: phase transition in the recoverability of network history.

Jean-Gabriel Young, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Edward Laurence, Charles Murphy, Guillaume St-Onge, Patrick Desrosiers. Preprint, 2018.
[pdf] [arXiv]

Edge fires drive the shape and stability of tropical forests.

Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Adam Pellegrini, Uttam Bhat, Stephen Pacala, Andrew Berdahl. Ecology Letters, , , 2018.
[pdf] [journal page] [arXiv]

The risk of sustained sexual transmission of Zika is underestimated.

Antoine Allard, Benjamin Althouse, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Samuel V. Scarpino. PLoS Pathogens, , 13, 2017.
[pdf] [journal page]

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