Jun Yamamoto

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I obtained my BEng degree in applied physics from Hokkaido University in Japan, where my research focused on investigating the structural properties of fractal scale-free networks. Subsequently, I pursued my MSc degree in mathematics at Queen Mary University of London, under the supervision of Prof. Ginestra Bianconi. As my MSc dissertation project, I worked on the mathematical modelling of node dynamics in higher-order networks with triadic interactions, in which a node in the network can regulates edges (that are not incident to the node). My primary area of interest lies in structural and dynamic characteristics of complex networks, specifically in the presence of higher-order interactions or long-range degree correlations.


Master of Science, Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Bachelor of Engineering, Applied Physics, Hokkaido University, Japan