dane taylor research

Dane Taylor, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Core Faculty in 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         

    • I develop mathematical techniques for data science, networks and complex systems.
      My work integrates ideas from random matrix theory, computational geometry, computational topology, multiscale modeling and dynamical systems to better understand the mechanisms of self-organization in biological, social and intelligent systems.

    • I'm looking for motivated students to join my group. Please email me 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.
    • PS Skardal, D Taylor and J Sun (2014) 
      Optimal synchronization of complex networks
      Physical Review Letters 113, 144101.