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.
M. Tyloo Assessing the impact of Byzantine attacks on coupled phase oscillators
Journal of Physics: Complexity 4 (4), 045005
R. Delabays, L. Pagnier, B. Schäfer, M. Tyloo, D. Witthaut (Guest Editors)
Focus on Monitoring and Control of Complex Supply Systems
R. Delabays, A. Y. Lokhov, M. Tyloo, M.Vuffray Locating the source of forced oscillations in transmission power grids
Physical Review X Energy 2, 023009
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.
Propagation of non-Gaussian noise in complex oscillatory networks and electric power grids, Conference on Complex Systems 2023, Salvador, Brazil.
Fluctuations in Network-Coupled Oscillators, Seminar at Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Disruption of Kuramoto Networks, Mini-Symposium at Dynamics Days Europe, Naples, Italy
Tutorial on Synchronization: Small and large fluctuations, Conclave on Complexity in Physical Interacting Systems, Computation and Thermodynamics, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Cyber and physical attacks on networked systems: the Byzantine generals problem and the energy transition, CNLS Postdoc Seminar, Center for Nonlinear Studies, LANL, Los Alamos, NM, USA
Robustness of synchronous networks, Applied Math Brown Bag, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA.
Noise transmission and disruption in layered complex networks, Seminar at University of Naples Federico II,
Group of Prof. Pietro De Lellis
Publication in Science Advances