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Marc Homs Dones

Research: I am a fourth-year PhD student in networks and dynamics, under the supervision of Prof. Robert MacKay. Currently I am colaborating with the Warwick Bussines School to develop decomposition methods for network flows to measure their circularity, and provide more efficient compressions of them. My interestes are wide in the field of dynamical systems and networks theory, but I especially enjoy working in their intersection.


  • Claude Baesens, Marc Homs-Dones, Robert S. MacKay. "Example of simplest bifurcation diagram for a monotone family of vector fields on a torus." arXiv:2207.04031.
  • Homs-Dones, M., Devriendt, K., Lambiotte, L. "Nonlinear consensus on networks: equilibria, effective resistance and trees of motifs." SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Syst., 20, (2021), 1544–1570. doi: 10.1137/20M1376844Link opens in a new window.
  • Homs-Dones, Marc. "A generalization of the Babbage functional equation." Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - A, 41, (2021), 899-919. doi: 10.3934/dcds.2020303.



Teaching: I have been a TA for MA4H0 Applied Dynamical Systems, MA254 Theory of ODEs several years and MA259 Multivariable Calculus, MA3H7 Control Theory. I have also provided supervisions for 1st-year undergraduate students in Mathematics.

Education: I did my master's at the University of Oxford, and my undergraduate studies at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

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