Science

As a PhD student with a physics background, I’m working on modeling human systems using methods from network theory, non-linear dynamics, and epidemiology. Here you can find an overview of what I’ve been working on.

Publications

Presentations

  • Flockworks: A class of dynamic network models for face-to-face interactions
    DPG Frühjahrstagung, Berlin (2018)
  • Flockworks: A class of dynamic network models for face-to-face interactions
    Group Seminar Sune Lehmann, Copenhagen (2017)
  • Influence of group-structured network topologies on dynamical processes
    Workshop “CoCCoN”, Princeton (2017)
  • Influence of group-structured network topologies on dynamical processes
    Group seminar “Biophysics and Evolutionary Dynamics”, Berkeley (2016)
  • Flockworks: A class of dynamic network models for face-to-face interactions
    NetSci, Seoul (2016)
  • Flockworks: A class of dynamic network models for face-to-face interactions
    Network Journal Club, Oxford (2016)
  • Modular hierarchical random networks - Topology and Dynamics
    NetSci, Zaragoza (2015)
  • Application of Ewald’s Method for Efficient Summation of Dyon Long-Range Potentials
    Confinement X, Munich (2012)
  • Confining dyon gas with finite-volume effects under control
    DPG-Frühjahrstagung Göttingen (2012)
  • Simulations of dyon configurations in SU(2) Yang-Mills theory
    DPG-Frühjahrstagung Karlsruhe (2011)

Master thesis

Bachelor thesis

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Ben is a final-year PhD student at the Robert Koch-Institute / HU Berlin and a freelance data scientist.