### News

**2018 May 20-23**- Visiting HHMI's Janelia Research Campus for a conference on Analysis and Interpretation of Connectomes**2018 Mar 5-8**- Attending CompleNet in Boston.**2018 Jan 10-13**- Attending the Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego.- SS on Network Science: "A physical model for efficient ranking in networks"
- SS on Clustering of Graphs: "The ground truth about metadata and community detection in networks"
- SS on Emergent Phenomena: "Estimating the entropy of activity in excitable networks"
**2018 Jan 5**- Attending NetSciX in Hangzhou, China- School Speaker: Large-scale structures in networks: hidden communities and latent hierarchies.
**2017 Dec 12**- Visiting the Santa Fe Institute- Omidyar Network: the assembly of status and prestige in networks
**2017 Nov 17**- Visiting the University of Arkansas Physics Department- Colloquium: A physical model for efficient ranking in networks (SpringRank)
**2017 Nov 9-10**- Visiting the University of Michigan- Nov 9 Complex Systems Seminar: A physical model for efficient ranking in networks (SpringRank)
- [slides] Nov 10 Workshop: Communities, hierarchies, and cores: finding large-scale structure in complex networks
**2017 Nov 2**- Speaking at the Complex/Dynamical Systems Seminar at CU Boulder.- A physical model for efficient ranking in networks (SpringRank)
**2017 Nov 1**- Allison Morgan, Aaron Clauset, and I penned a letter to the editor at the Chronicle of Higher Education.- [PDF][Chronicle] More Inclusive Scholarship Begins With Active Experimentation
**2017 Oct 18-21**- Attending the NSF/FAST Machine Learning for Discovery Science workshop in Yerevan.- [slides] Gender, prestige, and productivity in academic hiring networks and career trajectories
**2017 Oct 17**- New paper out today: The Misleading Narrative of the Canonical Faculty Productivity Trajectory out in PNAS, with Sam Way, Allie Morgan, and Aaron Clauset.- [PNAS][PDF][arXiv]

### About My Work

- My research focuses on developing methods of networks, dynamical systems, and statistical inference, to solve problems in social and biological systems. I try to keep a tight loop between data and theory, and learn a lot from confronting models and algorithms with real problems.
- I obtained my PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2012, advised by Juan G. Restrepo, after which I spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health studying the genetic epidemiology of malaria in the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics. I then joined the Santa Fe Institute as an Omidyar Fellow until 2017, when I joined the faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder in the Department of Computer Science and the BioFrontiers Institute.
**Networks and theory**- The processes that generate complex networks leave hints about themselves in the patterns of edges, and the relationships between those patterns and vertex metadata. I work on mathematical descriptions of graph ensembles, inference of community structures, vertex ordering or ranking, and using metadata to better understand network formation.**Malaria's antigenic variation and evolution**- The*var*genes of the malaria parasite*P. falciparum*evolve according to complicated and unknown rules, with selective pressures at multiple scales both within hosts and between hosts. I use tools from applied math and statistical physics to understand the structural and evolutionary constraints on*var*gene evolution, and its their relationships with parasite virulence, population structure, and epidemiology.**Academic labor market dynamics**- PhDs become faculty each year, but the influences of prestige, advisor, gender, publication record, among other factors, on actual hiring outcomes are not well known, even within individual fields. I investigate inequalities and dynamics of the academic labor market through large-scale data collection and generative models.

### Papers Under Review or In Prep

**2017**"Robust information capacity requires strong and balanced excitatory and inhibitory synapses"- Vidit Agrawal, Andrew B. Cowley, Woodrow L. Shew, Daniel B. Larremore, Juan G. Restrepo, and Qusay Alfaori.
**Submitted.** **2017**"A physical model for efficient ranking in networks"- Caterina De Bacco*, Daniel B. Larremore*, and Cristopher Moore.
**Submitted.** - [arXiv][code].
**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.
**Under review.** - [arXiv].
**2016**"*Plasmodium falciparum*population genetic complexity influences expression dynamics and immune recognition among highly related genotypic clusters"- 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.
**Under review.**

* denotes equal contribution.

### Peer-reviewed publications

**2017**"The misleading narrative of the canonical faculty productivity trajectory"- Samuel F. Way, Allison C. Morgan, Aaron Clauset*, and Daniel B. Larremore*. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA
**114**(44) E9216-E9223. - [PNAS][PDF][arXiv]
**2017**"Configuring random graph models with fixed degree sequences"- Bailey K. Fosdick*, Daniel B. Larremore*, Joel Nishimura*, and Johan Ugander*.
**In Press at SIAM Review.**[arXiv][code and slides]. **2017**"The ground truth about metadata and community detection in networks"- Leto Peel*, Daniel B. Larremore*, and Aaron Clauset. Science Advances
**3**(5) e1602548. - [PDF][Science Advances][Supplement][code and data].
**2017**"Community detection, link prediction, and layer interdependence in multilayer networks"- Caterina De Bacco, Eleanor A. Power, Daniel B. Larremore, and Cristopher Moore. Physical Review E
**95**042317. - [PDF][Phys Rev E][arXiv].
**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.
- [PDF][Proc WWW 2016]
**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. - [PDF][Nature Comms]
**2015**"Systematic inequality and hierarchy in faculty hiring networks"- Aaron Clauset, Samuel Arbesman, and Daniel B. Larremore, Science Advances.
**1**, e1400005. - [PDF][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][Infection and Immunity]
**2014**"Efficiently inferring community structure in bipartite networks"- Daniel B. Larremore, Aaron Clauset, and Abigail Z. Jacobs, Physical Review E
**90**(1), 012805. - [PDF][Phys Rev E][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] [Phys Rev Letters]
**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 Comput Biol] [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][Phys Rev E]
**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] [Phys Rev E]
**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] [Phys Rev Letters]

* denotes equal contribution.

### Essays, Columns, Book Chapters, Misc

**2017**"More Inclusive Scholarship Begins With Active Experimentation"- Daniel B. Larremore, Allison C. Morgan, and Aaron Clauset. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 Nov, 2017.
- [PDF][The Chronicle of Higher Education]
**2017**"Why predicting the future is more than just horseplay"- Daniel B. Larremore and Aaron Clauset. The Christian Science Monitor, 24 April, 2017.
- [The Christian Science Monitor]
**2017**"On the records"- Andrew Berdahl, Uttam Bhat, Vanessa Ferdinand, Joshua Garland, Keyan Ghazi-Zahedi, Justin Grana, Joshua A. Grochow, Elizabeth Hobson, Yoav Kallus, Christopher P. Kempes, Artemy Kolchinsky, Daniel B. Larremore, Eric Libby, Eleanor A. Power, Brendan D. Tracey.
**[arXiv]**. **2017**"Data-driven predictions in the science of science"- Aaron Clauset, Daniel B. Larremore, and Roberta Sinatra. Science 355(6324) 477-480.
- [Science][PDF]
**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]

### 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.**Why?**I wanted a function that I could just call to instantly view/explore a network adjacency matrix. webweb(A) does exactly that**[github]****[webpage]****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]

### Press

**Productivity Trajectories**- Science Careers, Viviane Callier, 10/2017.
- CU Boulder Today, Lisa Marshall, 10/2017.
- Inside Higher Ed, Colleen Flaherty, 10/2017.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education, Julia Martinez, 10/2017.
- Times Higher Education, Rachael Pells, 10/2017.
**Data-driven predictions in the science of science**- El Tiempo (Colombia), Nicolas Bustamante H, 02/2017.
- BlogThinkBig (Spain), Pablo G. Bejerano, 02/2017.
- Dagens Nyheter (Sweden), Maria Gunther, 02/2017.
- The Australian, John Ross, 02/2017.
- Pacific Standard, Nathan Collins, 02/2017.
- University of Colorado, 02/2017.
- Ingenioren (Denmark), Jens Ramskov, 02/2017.
- Weekendavisen (Denmark), Gunver Vestergaard, 02/2017.
- Phys.org and Northeastern News, Thea Singer, 03/2017.
**72 Hours of Science**- Gizmodo, Jennifer Ouelette, 04/2016.
- MIT Technology Review, 04/2016.
**Malaria**- University of Colorado, 10/2015.
- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 10/2015.
- Quanta Magazine and Scientific American, Veronique Greenwood, 10/2015.
**Faculty hiring networks: Prestige and Gender**- 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.
- Science Careers, Beryl Lieff Benderly, 03/2017.
**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, Workshops, Recordings

Current Course (Fall 2017):

**CSCI 3022**- Intro to Data Science with Probability and Statistics- [Course Piazza]

Previous courses (and my 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)

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
**Harvard Public Health 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.

Lecture recordings:

**Computational Social Science**- 2017 Mar 17 - Gender, prestige, and productivity in academic hiring networks and career trajectories at the Berkeley Institute for Data Science.