My PhD work covered complexity science approaches to computational cardiology, models of growing networks, and trap construction by antlion larvae. My more recent work is on polarisation in social media.

Computational social science:

  1. Falkenberg, M., Galeazzi, A., Torricelli, M., Di Marco, N., Larosa, F., Sas, M., Mekacher, A., Pearce, W., Zollo, F., Quattrociocchi, W. and Baronchelli, A. Growing climate polarisation on social media. Nature Climate Change. LINK

Network science:

  1. Falkenberg, M., Lee, J.H., Amano, S.I., Ogawa, K.I., Yano, K., Miyake, Y., Evans, T.S. and Christensen, K. Identifying time dependence in network growth. Physical Review Research, 2(2), 023352 (2020). LINK

  2. Falkenberg, M. Heterogeneous node copying from hidden network structure. Communications Physics 4, 200 (2021). LINK

Computational cardiology:

  1. Falkenberg McGillivray, M., Cheng, W., Peters, N.S. and Christensen, K. Machine learning methods for locating re-entrant drivers from electrograms in a model of atrial fibrillation. Royal Society open science, 5(4), 172434 (2018). LINK

  2. Falkenberg, M., Hickey, D., Terrill, L., Ciacci, A., Peters, N.S. and Christensen, K. Identifying Potential Re-Entrant Circuit Locations From Atrial Fibre Maps. In 2019 Computing in Cardiology (CinC), IEEE (2019). LINK

  3. Falkenberg, M., Ford, A.J., Li, A.C., Lawrence, R., Ciacci, A., Peters, N.S. and Christensen, K. Unified mechanism of local drivers in a percolation model of atrial fibrillation. Physical Review E, 100(6), 062406, (2019). LINK

  4. Ciacci, A., Falkenberg, M., Manani, K.A., Evans, T.S., Peters, N.S. and Christensen, K. Understanding the transition from paroxysmal to persistent atrial fibrillation. Physical review research, 2(2), 023311, (2020). LINK

  5. Rajpal, H., Sas, M., Lockwood, C., Joakim, R., Peters, N.S. and Falkenberg, M. Interpretable XGBoost Based Classification of 12-lead ECGs Applying Information Theory Measures From Neuroscience. In 2020 Computing in Cardiology (CinC), IEEE (2020). LINK

  6. Falkenberg, M., Coleman, J.A., Dobson, S., Hickey, D.J., Terrill, L., Ciacci, A., Thomas, B., Peters, N.S., Sau, A., Ng, F.S., Zhao, J. and Christensen, K. Identifying locations susceptible to micro-anatomical reentry using a spatial network representation of atrial fibre maps. bioRxiv (2021). LINK

Insect biology:

  1. Franks, N.R., Worley, A., Falkenberg, M., Sendova-Franks, A.B. and Christensen, K. Digging the optimum pit: antlions, spirals and spontaneous stratification. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 286(1899), 20190365 (2019). LINK

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