Christos Nicolaides

Christos Nicolaides

PhD Student

I am a fourth year graduate student at Juanes Research Group in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at MIT. I obtained my bachelor degree in Physics from University of Thessaloniki and a master degree in Applied Mathematics from Imperial College London. My research interests focus on characterizing dynamical processes in complex networks including physical transport, epidemic spreading and reaction-diffusion systems. Possible real world applications include agents and diseases spreading, the design of optimal mitigation strategies against outbreaks and the analysis and predictability self-organized patterns formation in complex socio-technical systems.

My research is mainly funded by the George and Marie Vergottis Foundation.


Recent News

Christos Nicolaides Our Speed-Dating Network App in collaboration with Jameson Toole, Marta Gonzalez and Pedro Reis that launched at the CEE research speed-dating event is featured at MIT News (read the story).


Publications

1. Impact of viscous fingering and permeability heterogeneity on fluid mixing in porous media. Christos Nicolaides

C. Nicolaides, B. Jha, L. Cueto-Felgueroso, and R. Juanes, Submitted for publication.


2. The price of anarchy in mobility-driven contagion dynamics.

C. Nicolaides, L. Cueto-Felgueroso and R. Juanes, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 10(87), 20130495 Christos Nicolaides (2013), doi:10.1098/rsif.2013.0495. (read the paper)

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3. A metric of influential spreading during contagion dynamics through the air transportation network.

C. Nicolaides, L. Cueto-Felgueroso, M. C. Gonzalez and R. Juanes, PLoS ONE, 7(7), e40961 (2012). Christos Nicolaides(Link to paper - open access)

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4. Anomalous physical transport in complex networks. Christos Nicolaides

C. Nicolaides, L. Cueto-Felgueroso and R. Juanes, Physical Review E, 82(5), 055101(R) (2010). (read the paper)


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Christos Nicolaides

Christos Nicolaides

Christos Nicolaides

Christos Nicolaides


Visualizations

US Air Transportation Network


Boston Hubway

Boston Hubway launched a Data Visualization Challenge, tasking for animations, infographics and the like about Hubway usage. Here is my entry to the challenge:


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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Civil and Environmental Engineering
77 Massachusetts Ave, Room 48-216
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
Email: chrisnic@mit.edu

MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

77 Massachusetts Avenue, Building 48 · Cambridge, MA 02139