On my personal and professional page.

I'm a postdoctoral researcher working in the Complex networks team at LIP6, the informatic Lab of Paris 6 University.
I'm currently involved in several projects :

  • Through my involvement in the FUI iTrac project, I'm developing tools to analyse the network of transactions made using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
  • As a participant in the ANR project Algodiv, I'm investigating the notion of diversity of information in online social networks and recommandation algorithms.
  • As a personal research project, in collaboration with Giulio Rossetti I'm working on dynamic community detection, with a current focus on quantitative evaluation and comparison of existing methods.
Before that, I spent one year at IXXI, ENS de Lyon, France, studying in particular the network of trips done using Bicycle Sharing Systems, and two years as a postdoc at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), in Tokyo, Japan, working on Social network analysis.

I obtained my PhD thesis in Computer Science at IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse), Toulouse University, France.

The subject of my PhD thesis was the detection of dynamic communities in temporal networks.

My main topics of interest are (but are not limited to):
  • Complex systems
  • Complex networks
  • Temporal networks
  • Social networks analysis
  • Community detection
  • Mass Cooperation
  • Web 2.0 Social Networks
On this page, you can find several resources such as my published papers, and some applications I have done. To an always up-to-date publication list, you can consult my page on Research Gate


Cazabet Rémy
Piece 306, Etage 3, Couloir 25-26
4 place Jussieu


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