Intern
    Theoretische Physik III

    Dr. Marco Winkler

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    Research interests:

    • Structure of complex networks
    • Dynamics on complex networks, epidemic spreading, avalanches
    • Data analysis, inference, machine learning
    • Synchronization of chaotic systems


    Education:

    • 2011 – 2015: PhD student at TP3
    • 2010 – 2011: Diploma thesis "Chaos Synchronization on Networks with Adaptive Couplings" at TP3, University of Würzburg
    • 2009 – 2010: Visiting student at Boston University (Boston, MA, USA)
    • 2005 – 2009: Physics studies at University of Würzburg

     
    Peer-reviewed publications: 

    On the Effect of the Drive on Self-Organized Criticality (arXiv)
    J. Falk, M. Winkler and W. Kinzel (2015). to appear in Physica A.

    Node-Specific Triad Pattern Mining: A Novel Tool for Complex-Network Analysis (arXiv, pattern mining program)

    M. Winkler and J. Reichardt (2014). IEEE ICDMW, Data Mining in Networks. p. 605-612.

    Motifs in Triadic Random Graphs based on Steiner Triple Systems (pdf, arXiv)
    M. Winkler and J. Reichardt (2013). Physical Review E, 88(2), 022805.

    Pulsed chaos synchronization in networks with adaptive couplings (arXiv)
    M. Winkler, S. Butsch, and W. Kinzel (2012). Physical Review E, 86(1), 016203.

    A Spectral Algorithm for Computing Social Balance
    E. Terzi and M. Winkler (2011). 8th Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph, 1–13. Springer.
     

    Posters and Talks:

    Talk: Node-Specific Triad Pattern Mining: A Novel Tool for Complex-Network Analysis
    IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDMW), Shenzhen (China), December 14-17, 2014

    Poster: Node-specific triad pattern analysis
    Poster: Generative network models based on triadic substructures
    NetSci - International Conference on Network Science, Berkely, CA (USA), June 2-6 2014

    Talk: Triadic Subgraph Patterns in Complex Networks
    Department of Computer Science, Boston University, Boston, MA (USA), May 30, 2014

    Talk: Node-specific triad pattern analysis
    Poster: Generative network models based on triadic substructures
    DPG-Frühjahrstagung der Sektion Kondensierte Materie (SKM), Dresden, March 31-April 4 2014

    Talk: Motifs in Triadic Random Graphs based on Steiner Triple Systems
    NetSci - International Conference on Network Science, Copenhagen (Denmark), June 3-7 2013

    Poster: Generative network models based on triadic substructures
    DPG-Frühjahrstagung der Sektion Kondensierte Materie (SKM), Regensburg, March 10-15 2013

    Poster: Pulsed chaos synchronization in networks with adaptive couplings
    76. Jahrestagung der DPG und DPG-Frühjahrstagung, Berlin, March 25-30 2012

    Poster: Pulsed chaos synchronization in networks with adaptive coupling strengths
    XXXI Dynamics Days Europe, Oldenburg, September 12-16 2011

    Talk: Pulsed Chaos Synchroniztaion with adaptive Couplings
    Workshop on Synchronization in Complex Networks (SyCoNet), Berlin, April 4-8 2011

    Teaching:

    SS 2015: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 2"

    SS 2014: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 2"

    WS 13/14: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 1

    SS 2013: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 2".

    WS 12/13: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 1".

    SS 2012: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 2".

    WS 11/12: Übungen zur Vorlesung "Mathematische Rechenmethoden 1".

    Kontakt:

    E-Mail: marco.winkler@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de <
    Büro: E238 <
    Tel.: +49 (0)931/31-
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    Fax: +49 (0)931/31-85141 <

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