Thilo Gross

Thilo Gross studied physics at the Carl-von-Ossietzky University in Oldenburg and the University of Portsmouth. In 2001 he joined the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment in Oldenburg, where he obtained his PhD in natural sciences in 2004. He stayed at Oldenburg as a postdoc before moving to the University of Potsdam in 2005 where he joined the group of Bernd Blasius. In 2006 he accepted a Feodor-Lynen Fellowship of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation to join Princeton University. In 2007 he became leader of the group Dynamics of Biological Networks at the Max-planck institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden.

Thilo is interested in all aspects of adaptive networks. in particular social and biological phenomena and analytical techniques.
He is the owner of this site.

Email: ed.gpm.skp|ssorg#ed.gpm.skp|ssorg

Thilo is the author of the following publications on adaptive networks:
Meisel2009 — C. Meisel, T. Gross: Self-organized criticality in a realistic model of adaptive neural networks
Do2009 — A.-L. Do, L. Rudolf, T. Gross: Patterns of cooperation: fairness and coordination in networks of interacting agnts.
Zschaler2009 — G. Zschaler, A. Traulsen, T. Gross: A homoclinic route to full cooperation in adaptive social networks.
Gross2009 — T. Gross, H. Sayama (Eds.): Adaptive networks: Theory, models and applications
Gross2008a — T. Gross, I.G. Kevrekidis: Robust oscillations in SIS epidemics on adaptive networks: Coarse graining by automated moment closure.
Gross2008 — T. Gross, B. Blasius: Adaptive coevolutionary networks: A review.
Gross2006 — T. Gross, C. Dommar D'Lima, B. Blasius: Epidemic dynamics on an adaptive network

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