dane taylor research

Dane Taylor, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering Program 
University at Buffalo, State University of New York (SUNY)

                             email: danet [at] buffalo (dot) edu                                     
  tel: (716) 645 8796                       
 fax: (716) 645 5039                       
            mail: 224 Mathematics Building                   
          University at Buffalo              
                Buffalo, NY 14260-2900             

    • Mathematical data science and theory development for complex systems.  I develop theoretical foundations (random matrix theory, computational topology/geometry, clustering, multiscale modeling, dynamical systems) for network-based models of high-dimensional data and dynamical systems. I also work in interdisciplinary collaborations to study the multiscale and self-organizing aspects of biological, social and intelligent systems. 
    • I'm looking for motivated students to join my group (email if interested).

    Select Publications
    • D Taylor, RS Caceres and PJ Mucha (2017)  
      Super-resolution community detection for 
      layer-aggregated multilayer networks
      Physical Review X 7, 031056.
    • D Taylor, SA Myers, A Clauset, MA Porter and PJ Mucha (2017)  
      Eigenvector-based centrality measures for temporal networks
      Multiscale Modeling and Simulation 15(1), 537-574.
    • D Taylor, S Shai, N Stanley and PJ Mucha (2016) 
      Enhanced detectability of community structure in multilayer networks through layer aggregation
      Physical Review Letters 116, 228301.
    • D Taylor, F Klimm, HA Harrington, M Kramar, K Mischaikow, MA Porter and PJ Mucha (2015) 
      Topological data analysis of contagion maps for examining spreading processes on networks. 
      Nature Communications 6, 7723.