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My research focuses on complex network-coupled dynamical systems and the identification of their local/global vulnerabilities against external perturbations. I also recently developed methods for inferring coupling network from time-series and for locating line and node disturbances in diffusively coupled agents.
- Ph.D. (2020) Theoretical Physics, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
- M.Sc. (2016), B.Sc. (2014) Theoretical Physics, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
- 2022-present Director's Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM
- 2020-2021 Postdoctoral Scholar, School of Engineering HES-SO Valais/Wallis and University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland.
- Complex networks
- Dynamical systems
- Fault identification
Selected Recent Publications:
- M Tyloo, R Delabays, P JacquodReconstructing network structures from partial measurements, Chaos 31,103117 (2021).
- R. Delabays, L. Pagnier, M. Tyloo Locating line and node disturbances in networks of diffusively coupled dynamical agents, New Journal of Physics 23,043037 (2021).
- M. Tyloo, R. Delabays System size identification from sinusoidal probing in diffusive complex networks, Jounrnal of Physics: Complexity 2,025016 (2021).
- M. Tyloo, L. Pagnier, P. Jacquod The key player problem in complex oscillator networks and electric power grids: Resistance centralities identify local vulnerabilities, Science Advances5,eaaw8359 (2019).
- M. Tyloo, T. Coletta, P. JacquodRobustness of synchrony in complex networks and generalized Kirchhoff indices, Physical Review Letters 120,084101 (2018).