Publications

Articles

Nicholas Landry and Juan G. Restrepo, Hypergraph community structure and the emergence of polarization, In Preparation

Nicholas Landry and jimi adams, On limitations of uniplex networks for modeling multiplex diffusion, Preprint, 2022. ArXiv:2204.12348

Nicholas Landry and Juan G. Restrepo, Hypergraph assortativity: a dynamical systems perspective, Chaos, 2022. DOI: 10.1063/5.0086905 and ArXiV:2109.01099

Nicholas Landry, Effect of time-dependent infectiousness on epidemic dynamics, Physical Review E, 2021. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.104.064302 and ArXiV:2106.10384

Nicholas Landry and Juan G. Restrepo, The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, Chaos, 2020. DOI: 10.1063/5.0020034 and ArXiV:2006.15453

Nicholas W. Landry and Marko Knezevic, Delineation of First-Order Elastic Property Closures for Hexagonal Metals Using Fast Fourier Transforms, Materials, 2015. DOI: 10.3390/ma8095303

Marko Knezevic and Nicholas W. Landry, Procedures for reducing large datasets of crystal orientations using generalized spherical harmonics, Mechanics of Materials, 2015. DOI: 10.1016/j.mechmat.2015.04.014

Conference Papers

Marko Knezevic, Daniel J. Savage, and Nicholas W. Landry, Towards Computationally Tractable Simulations of Metal Forming Processes With Evolving Microstructures, Proc. ASME., 2014. DOI: 10.1115/MSEC2014-3984

Presented Work

Invited Talks

Hypergraph dynamics: assortativity and the expansion eigenvalue, Joint Mathematics Meetings: Special Session on Combinatorial Approaches to Topological Structures and Applications, January 2022, Seattle, WA

Hypergraph assortativity: A dynamical systems perspective, Higher-Order Interactions: The Next Frontier of Complex Systems at the APS March Meeting 2022, March 2022

Contagion on Complex Systems: Structure and Dynamics, Harvard Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, January 2022

Contagion on Complex Systems: Structure and Dynamics, University of Vermont, January 2022

Contagion on Complex Systems: Structure and Dynamics, Dartmouth College, January 2022

Contagion on Complex Systems: Structure and Dynamics, CU Boulder Applied Mathematics Dynamics Seminar, January 2022

Hypergraph dynamics: a dynamical systems perspective, Graph Theory and its Applications session at the 2021 Winter Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) Meeting, December 2021

The effect of contact structure on hypergraph contagion models, Dynamics on Networks with Higher Order Interactions Minisymposium, SIAM Dynamical Systems Conference, May 2021

The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, Seminario FenFisDi, Universidad de Antioquia, October 2020

The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, Contributed Talk, Applied Math Dynamics Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, September 2020

The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, Applied Math Dynamics Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, September 2020

Invited Talk, Colorado chapter of Society of Young Network Scientists, February 2020

Contributed Talks

Hypergraph community structure and the emergence of polarization, Northeast Regional Conference on Complex Systems (Best Oral Presentation), March 2022

Hypergraph dynamics: assortativity and the expansion eigenvalue, International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications, November 2021

On limitations of uniplex networks for modeling multiplex diffusion, Networks 2021, July 2021

Hypergraph community structure and the emergence of polarization, TopoNets 2021: Networks 2021 Satellite, June 2021

The effect of time-dependent infectiousness on epidemic dynamics, Front Range Applied Mathematics Student Conference 2021, March 2021

The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, TopoNets 2020, September 2020

The effect of simplex and network degree distribution on explosive transitions in epidemic dynamics using simplicial contagion models, Front Range Applied Mathematics Student Conference 2020, March 2020

Nicholas W. Landry, Amy Lantrip, and Jonathan Morris, Improvisatory Elements of Teaching, Workshop for the Graduate Teacher Program, University of Colorado Boulder, February 2019

So You Think You’re Bad at Math, Ignite Talk for the Graduate Teacher Program’s Spring Conference, University of Colorado Boulder, January 2019

Music Data Mining: Finding Structure in Song, Presentation for Statistics, Optimization, and Machine Learning Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, Fall 2018

Posters

Community structure in hypergraphs and the emergence of polarization, Dynamics Days 2022, January 2022

The effect of time-dependent infectiousness on epidemic dynamics, Northeastern Regional Conference on Complex Systems 2021, March 2021

The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models, Poster, Dynamics Days Digital 2020, August 2020

The effect of simplex and network degree distribution on simplicial contagion models, Poster, Dynamics Days, January 2020, Hartford, CT

Software

CompleX Group Interactions (XGI): A Python library for representing and analyzing complex systems with higher-order interactions.

Media

Interactions Within Larger Social Groups Can Cause Tipping Points in Contagion Flow, AIP Press Release, October 20th, 2020

Contagion on Complex Networks, Radio, Season 3 Episode 13, Probably Novel at University of Colorado Boulder, February 3rd, 2020

Theses

Nicholas W. Landry, Contagion on Complex Systems: Structure and Dynamics, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 2022. ProQuest, ISBN: 9798802733509

Nicholas W. Landry, Computationally Efficient Representation of Statistically Described Material Microstructure for Tractable Forming Simulations, The University of New Hampshire, 2014.