Venetia Voutsa

Phone: +49 178 465 0057
Mail: v.voutsa (at) jacobs-university.de
Position: Ph.D. student

CV

I studied Physics and continued with MSc in Computational Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. I am currently a Ph.D. student at Jacobs University in Bremen, working in the i-CONN network, a program supported by the EU.

Research

My PhD is embedded in the i-CONN network, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network project funded by the European Commission, under their H2020 programme. The goal of the project is to understand and manage complex systems using Connectivity Science from an interdisciplinary perspective. My work focuses on developing the theory underpinning connectivity by providing generic features of structural - functional connectivity relationships, namely relationships between the network architecture and network representations of dynamics. I am performing numerical, structural and analytical investigations of chaotic, excitable and diffusive systems with regard to this type of relationships.

Recent Publications

Two classes of functional connectivity in dynamical processes in networks
Venetia Voutsa , Demian Battaglia , Louise J Bracken , Andrea Brovelli , Julia Costescu , Mario Diaz Munoz , Brian D Fath , Andrea Funk , Mel Guirro , Thomas Hein , et al.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2021.
Cite

Cite

                    @article{voutsa2021two,
 author = {Voutsa, Venetia and Battaglia, Demian and Bracken, Louise J and Brovelli, Andrea and Costescu, Julia and Diaz Munoz, Mario and Fath, Brian D and Funk, Andrea and Guirro, Mel and Hein, Thomas and others},
 journal = {Journal of the Royal Society Interface},
 number = {183},
 pages = {20210486},
 publisher = {The Royal Society},
 title = {Two classes of functional connectivity in dynamical processes in networks},
 volume = {18},
 year = {2021}
}