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**June 2023**: XGI now supports directed hypergraphs!**June 2023**: I attended the Mathematics Research Communities Workshop on Complex Social Systems. A photo of me presenting our project to the rest of the workshop.**May 2023**: “XGI: A Python package for higher-order interaction networks” is now published in the Journal of Open Source Software!**May 2023**: I was an invited speaker at the Workshop on Modelling and Mining Complex Networks as Hypergraphs.**May 2023**: A new preprint with Ilya Amburg, Mirah Shi, and Sinan G. Aksoy entitled “Filtering higher-order datasets” is now on arXiv!**March 2023**: I participated in the Postdocs in Complexity Conference X.**February 2023**: Joint work with Juan G. Restrepo,*Polarization in hypergraphs with community structure*is on ArXiv! A quick summary is here.**January 2023**: Joint work with jimi adams on the limitations of using uniplex data representations for modeling multiplex contagion is published in PLoS ONE!**January 2023**: I gave a talk at the Network Science Institute at Northeastern.**December 2022**: XGI is now a NumFOCUS Affiliated Project!**November 2022**: I am now on Mastodon! My username/instance is nwlandry@mathstodon.xyz.**October 2022**: I gave a demo of XGI and presented in-progress work on the polarizability of hypergraphs with community structure at CCS 2022 in Palma, Spain.**October 2022**: I gave an invited talk on the polarizability of hypergraphs with community structure at the AMS Eastern Sectional Meeting in Amherst, MA.**August 2022**: Juan G. Restrepo and I organized and chaired the Contagion on Complex Social Systems workshop in Boulder, CO! Photo**July 2022**: I gave a demo of XGI and presented in-progress work on polarization of hypergraphs with community structure at NetSci 2022.**July 2022**: I participated in a hackathon in Portland, ME hosted by NetSci at Northeastern.**June 2022**: I started as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Vermont! Picture of my first day**May 2022**: Joint work with Juan G. Restrepo,*Hypergraph assortativity: a dynamical systems perspective*is published in Chaos as part of the Dynamics on Networks with Higher-Order Interactions special issue.**May 2022**: Joint work with jimi adams on the limitations of using uniplex data representations for modeling multiplex contagion is now available on the ArXiv.**March 2022**: I gave a talk at NERCCS 2022 on how community structure in hypergraphs can lead to polarization and won Best Oral Presentation.**March 2022**: I defended my dissertation and am now a Doctor of Applied Mathematics!**February 2022**: I performed in a concert as a member of a 5-piano ensemble!**February 2022**: I accepted a postdoctoral position at the University of Vermont, working with the Complex Systems Center and the TGIR Center under Jean-Gabriel Young and Laurent Hébert-Dufresne!**January 2022**: I presented a poster at*Dynamics Days*on how community structure in hypergraphs can lead to polarization!**December 2021**: I gave a talk at the*Canadian Mathematics Society Winter Meeting*on hypergraph assortativity!**December 2021**: My article was published in Physical Review E!**November 2021**: I gave a talk at the*Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications*on hypergraph assortativity!**November 2021**: Leo Torres and I released version 0.1 of XGI, a Python package for representing and analyzing complex systems with higher-order interactions.**September 2021**: Joint work with Juan G. Restrepo was posted on ArXiv.**August 2021**: I became a PhD candidate in Applied Mathematics after passing my comprehensive exam.**July 2021**: I gave a talk at Networks 2021 on joint work with jimi adams.**June 2021**: I gave a talk at TopoNets 2021 (a satellite conference of Networks 2021) on how community structure in hypergraphs can allow polarization to occur.**June 2021**: Sole-authored work was posted on ArXiv.**May 2021**: I gave a talk at the SIAM Dynamical Systems Conference on joint work with Juan Restrepo.**May 2021**: I am working as a PhD intern at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.