### News

**2016 July 15**- I'll be at SIAM Network Science in Boston [NS16].- Talk:
*The ground truth about metadata and community detection in networks*. **2016 June 24**- I'll be at the Int'l Conf on Computational Social Science [IC2S2].- Talk:
*Gender, Productivity, and Prestige in Computer Science Faculty Hiring Networks* - Talk (Sam Way):
*Trends and Gaps in Scholarly Productivity of Computer Science Faculty* **2016 May 31**- I'll be at NetSci 2016 in Seoul [site].- Organizing Satellite: Statistical Inference of Network Models (SINM2016). [More info]
- Talk @ Netsci:
*Ranked communities and the detection of dominance and influence hierarchies*. - Talk @ Satellite Quantifying Success:
*Gender, prestige, and productivity in faculty hiring networks*. - Plus, Leto Peel on:
*The ground truth about metadata and community detection in networks*. **2016 Apr 15**- New paper out at WWW2016 with Sam Way and Aaron Clauset- Gender, Productivity, and Prestige in Computer Science Faculty Hiring Networks. [WWW 2016]
**2016 Apr 7**- Santa Fe Institute postdocs finished 72 Hours of Science and went from 0 to arXiv submission as an interdisciplinary team. It was FUN!- Dynamics of Beneficial Epidemics [arXiv]
- See Appendix A for 72 Hours of Science details
**2016 March 22**- I'll be at the Int'l Conf on Science of Science [ICSS].- Talk:
*Gender, Prestige, and Productivity in Faculty Hiring Networks*. [Ignite Talk Slides]

### Software and Code

**webweb**is a free software tool, for creating interactive network visualizations in MATLAB that are viewable in your web browser. The network at the top of this page is an example of webweb, with some modifications. Downloads and information can be found on the webweb page with a full set of examples and code too. Source code, written in javascript and d3, are found on the downloads page. Learn more about d3 at d3js.org. If you modify this code or use it to make figures, let me know and I'll be happy to post a link to your publication here.**[Download webweb]****PercoVIS**is a free software tool, created to visualize the process of percolation on a network. It was developed with much inspiration and feedback from my collaborator, Dane Taylor. It includes Erdos-Renyi and Adjacent Edge decision rules for link addition, as well as the Social Climber attachment model. Documentation about these processes can be found on the download page. If you are interested in a similar tool to visualize Kuramoto oscillators, please check out Sebastian Skardal's Synched software.**[Download PercoVIS**]**biSBM**is free and open-source code, created to apply the method described in the paper "Efficiently inferring community structure in bipartite networks". The code finds communities in a bipartite network using a maximum-likelihood approach stochastic block model. The code requires MATLAB as well as a C++ compiler. Details, and the publication on which this code is based, can be found through the link below.**[Download biSBM**]**MATLAB Codes**-
**findNetworkComponents**- take an undirected network adjacency matrix and return the number of components, their sizes, and their membership lists. - [MATLAB File Exchange]

### Research Interests

**Networks**- I am interested in the development of mathematical and statistical methods to understand the structure and function of networks. This includes the dynamics of human populations, environment, economics, education, health, and disease. But it also includes block models, generative models, and other network descriptors. Collaborators for this work are Abigail Z. Jacobs, Leto Peel, Aaron Clauset, Sam Arbesman, Johan Ugander, Bailey Fosdick, and Joel Nishimura.**Malaria**- I work with Caroline Buckee, and Aaron Clauset on the development of robust and principled methods to understand genetic recombination among a subset of genes of*Plasmodium falciparum*, the parasite that causes a majority of malaria deaths each year.**Neuronal Networks**- I investigate the role of network topology on the dynamics of excitable systems. A nice example of an excitable system that can be understood in this light is a neuronal network—a network of brain cells—where excitations may be passed from cell to cell via electrochemical impulses. Collaborators for this work are Juan G. Restrepo, Woodrow L. Shew, Ed Ott, Marshall Y. Carpenter, and Francesco Sorrentino.

### Under Review / In Prep

**2016**"Malaria population diversity influences expression dynamics and immune recognition among highly related genotypic clusters in Senegal"- Amy K. Bei, Kazutoyo Miura, Daniel B. Larremore, Ababacar Diouf , Nicholas Baro, Rachel F. Daniels, Allison Griggs, Eli L. Moss, Daniel E. Neafsey, Awa B. Deme, Mohammed Sy, Stephen Schaffner, Ambroise D. Ahouidi, Daouda Ndiaye , Tandakha Dieye, Souleymane Mboup, Caroline O. Buckee, Sarah K. Volkman, Carole A. Long, and Dyann F. Wirth. In Prep.
**2016**"Dynamics of Beneficial Epidemics"- Andrew Berdahl, Christa Brelsford, Caterina De Bacco, Marion Dumas, Vanessa Ferdinand, Joshua A. Grochow, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Yoav Kallus, Christopher P. Kempes, Artemy Kolchinsky, Daniel B. Larremore, Eric Libby, Eleanor A. Power, Caitlin A. Stern, Brendan Tracey. Undergoing Refinement ;D [arXiv]

### Peer-reviewed publications

**2016**"Gender, Productivity, and Prestige in Computer Science Faculty Hiring Networks"- Samuel F. Way, Daniel B. Larremore, and Aaron Clauset. Proc. 2016 World Wide Web Conference (WWW), 1169-1179.
- [WWW 2016][arXiv]
**2015**"Ape parasite origins of human malaria virulence genes"- Daniel B. Larremore, Sesh A. Sundararaman, Weimin Liu, William R. Proto, Aaron Clauset, Dorothy E. Loy, Sheri Speede, Lindsey J. Plenderleith, Paul M. Sharp, Beatrice H. Hahn, Julian C. Rayner*, and Caroline O. Buckee*. Nature Communications
**6**, 8368. - [Nature Comms.]
**2015**"Systematic inequality and hierarchy in faculty hiring networks"- Aaron Clauset, Samuel Arbesman, and Daniel B. Larremore, Science Advances.
**1**, e1400005. - [Science Advances] [code and data] [interactive data visualization]
**2015**"Immune characterization of*P. falciparum*parasites with a shared genetic signature in a region of decreasing transmission"- Amy K. Bei, Ababacar Diouf, Kazutoyo Miura, Daniel B. Larremore, Ulf Ribacke, Gregory Tullo, Eli L. Moss, Daniel E. Neafsey, Rachel F. Daniels, Amir E. Zeituni, Iguosadolo Nosamiefan, Sarah K. Volkman, Ambroise D. Ahouidi, Daouda Ndiaye, Tandakha Dieye, Souleymane Mboup, Caroline O. Buckee, Carole Long, and Dyann F. Wirth, Infection and Immunity
**83**(1), 276. - [PDF] [IAI]
**2014**"Efficiently inferring community structure in bipartite networks"- Daniel B. Larremore, Aaron Clauset, and Abigail Z. Jacobs, Physical Review E
**90**(1), 012805. - [PDF] [PRE] [code and data]
**2014**"Inhibition Causes Ceaseless Dynamics in Networks of Excitable Nodes"- Daniel B. Larremore, Woodrow L. Shew, Edward Ott, Francesco Sorrentino, and Juan G. Restrepo, Physical Review Letters
**112**, 138103. - [PDF] [PRL]
**2013**"A network approach to analyzing highly recombinant malaria parasite genes"- Daniel B. Larremore, Aaron Clauset, and Caroline O. Buckee. PLoS Computational Biology
**9**(10), e1003268. - [PDF] [PLoS Comp Bio] [interactive figures] [network and sequence data]
**2012**"Social Climber attachment in forming networks produces phase transition in a measure of connectivity"- Dane Taylor*, Daniel B. Larremore*. Physical Review E
**86**, 031140. - [PDF] [PRE]
**2012**"Statistical properties of avalanches in networks"- Daniel B. Larremore, Marshall Y. Carpenter, Edward Ott, and Juan G. Restrepo. Physical Review E
**85**, 066131. - [PDF] [PRE]
**2011**"Effects of network topology, transmission delays, and refractoriness on the response of coupled excitable systems to a stochastic stimulus"- Daniel B. Larremore, Woodrow L. Shew, Edward Ott, and Juan G. Restrepo. Chaos
**21**, 025117. - [PDF] [Chaos]
**2011**"Predicting criticality and dynamic range in complex networks: effects of topology"- Daniel B. Larremore, Woodrow L. Shew, and Juan G. Restrepo. Physical Review Letters 106, p. 058101.
- [PDF] [PRL]

* denotes equal contribution.

### Other Publications

**2014**Critical Dynamics in Complex Networks, chapter in*Criticality in Neural Systems*.- Daniel B. Larremore, Woodrow L. Shew, Juan G. Restrepo. Wiley, 365-392, 2014.
- [Wiley]
**2012**"Progess Is Infectious"- Daniel E. Geer Jr., Daniel B. Larremore. IEEE Security & Privacy, 10(6), p. 94-95.
- [PDF] [IEEE S&P]

### Press

**72 Hours of Science**- Gizmodo, Jennifer Ouelette, 04/2016.
- MIT Technology Review, 04/2016.
**Malaria**- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 10/2015.
- Quanta Magazine, Veronique Greenwood, 10/2015.
**Faculty hiring networks**- Science Careers, Rachel Bernstein, 02/2015.
- University of Colorado, Laura Snider, 02/2015.
- Quartz Magazine, Sonali Kohli, 02/2015.
- Washington Post, Henry Farrell, 02/2015.
- Inside Higher Ed, Colleen Flaherty, 02/2015.
- Digressions & Impressions, Eric Schliesser, 02/2015.
- Always Researching, Mauricio Luque, 02/2015.
- Boston Globe, Carolyn Johnson, 02/2015.
- Santa Fe Institute, 02/2015.
- AAAS News, Nadia Ramlagan, 02/2015.
- God Plays Dice, Michael Lugo, 02/2015.
- Daily Camera, Gloria Dickie, 02/2015.
- Another Word For It, Patrick Dorusau, 02/2015.
- Science in balance, Curt Rice, 02/2015.
- Daily Nous, Justin Weinberg, 02/2015.
- Wired, Sam Arbesman, 02/2015.
- Wired, Marcus Woo, 02/2015.
- Science20, 02/2015.
- Slate, Joel Warner and Aaron Clauset, 02/2015.
- Cengage Brain, 02/2015.
- The Daily Princetonian, Zaynab Zaman, 03/2015.
- Chronicle Vitae, Sarah Kendzior, 03/2015.
- Ritz Bitz, Anna Ritz, 03/2015.
- eight hundred words, Mike O'Connor, 03/2015.
- Brandeis University Press, 03/2015.
- In the service of Clio, Nick Sarantakes, 03/2015.
- Science Political, Ramin Skibba, 09/2015.
- Nature, Erika Check Hayden, 11/2015.
- Science, Beryl Lieff Benderly, 03/2016
- The Philosophers' Cocoon, Markus Arvan, 03/2016.
- Science Careers, Viviane Callier, 04/2016.
**PercoVIS**- Simulation and Learning, Franco Landriscina, 2013.
- IEEE Security and Privacy, Daniel Geer, 2012.
**Random**- Lawnmowing: NPR Planet Money Blog, 2010, but see also the NP-complete Snowblower Problem.

### Teaching and Workshops

Workshops and Guest Lecturing**University of Colorado at Boulder**- 2014 Oct 9, CSCI 5352. Network Analysis and Modeling
- 2013 Nov 5-7, PHYS 7810 / CHEM 6711 / MCDB 6400. Foundations of Quantitative Biology
**HSPH summer nanocourse: Modeling Infectious Disease**- 2014 July 24 and 27. [details]
**AMS Mathematics Research Community**- 2014 June 24-30, Network Science. [details]
**Oxford Tropical Disease Network Meeting, Kilifi, Kenya**- 2013 Oct 3, Network Analysis Workshop.

I am not doing any teaching at this time.

Previous courses are listed below. See my FCQ evaluations.

**University of Colorado at Boulder**- 2012 Spring APPM 2350, Calculus III (Instructor)
- 2011 Fall APPM 2350, Calculus III (Instructor)
- 2009 - 2010 Applied Mathematics Lead TA
- 2009 Fall - APPM 1360, Calculus II (TA)
- 2009 Spring - APPM 2360, Ordinary Differential Equations (TA)
- 2008 Fall - APPM 2350, Calculus III (TA)
- 2008 Summer - APPM 2350, Calculus III (TA)
- 2008 Spring - APPM 2360, Ordinary Differential Equations (TA)
- 2007 Fall - APPM 2350, Calculus III (TA)