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I obtained my master degree and PhD in Theoretical Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) respectively in 2016 and 2020. I am currently a Director's Postdoc Fellow at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and also affiliated with the Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS). My research focuses on complex network-coupled dynamical systems and the identification of their local/global vulnerabilities against external perturbations. I also recently developed methods for inferring coupling network from time-series and for locating line and node disturbances in diffusively coupled agents.
together with R. Delabays and L. Pagnier.
Data-based Diagnosis of Networked Dynamical Systems, CCS2021 Satellite Symposium
Guest Editor Journal of Physics: Complexity -- Focus on Monitoring and Control of Complex Supply Systems
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M. Tyloo, J. Hindes, P. Jacquod
Finite-time Correlations Boost Large Voltage-Angle Fluctuations in Electric Power Grids
Journal of Physics: Complexity 4 015006
M. Tyloo Faster network disruption from layered oscillatory dynamics
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 32 (12), 121101, Fast Track
Focus Issue on Disruption of Networks and System Dynamics
R. Delabays, M. Tyloo Heavy-tailed distribution of the number of publications within scientific journals
Quantitative Science Studies 3 (3), 776-792
M. Tyloo Layered Complex Networks as Fluctuation Amplifiers
Journal of Physics: Complexity 3, 03LT01
P. Jacquod, M. Tyloo Propagation of non-Gaussian voltage angle fluctuations in high-voltage power grids
IFAC-PapersOnLine 55-13 (2022) 67-72, Necsys 22, Zürich, Switzerland, July 5-7, 2022.
R. Delabays, L. Pagnier, M. Tyloo Locating fast-varying line disturbances with the frequency mismatch
IFAC-PapersOnLine 55-13 (2022) 270-275, Necsys 22, Zürich, Switzerland, July 5-7, 2022.
Noise transmission and disruption in layered complex networks, Seminar at University of Naples Federico II,
Group of Prof. Pietro De Lellis
Primary control effort and noise propagation in high-voltage power grids, Grid Science Winter School and Conference
Santa Fe, NM, USA
Publication in Science Advances
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