Pau Clusella received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and also received a master’s in Modeling for Science and Engineering from the same university. In his bachelor’s project he studied different applications of Ergodic Theory on the study of discrete dynamical systems under the supervision of Prof. Lluís Alsedà. Pau’s master’s thesis studied the effect of background chatter in a Boolean signaling network. This work was carried out in the Nonlinear Time Series Analysis Group of Universitat Pompeu Fabra and was supervised by Prof. Ralph Gregor Andrzejak and Prof. Jordi García-Ojalvo. In 2015 he started his PhD research at the University of Aberdeen working on “Comparative analysis of oscillator models“. His work is jointly supervised by Prof. Antonio Politi at the University of Aberdeen and Prof. Roberto Livi at the University of Florence. His scientific fields of interest include the study of biological complex systems and non-linear dynamics combining mathematical approaches and numerical simulations.
Cencetti G., Clusella P., Fanelli D., “Pattern invariance for reaction-diffusion systems on complex networks” Scientific Reports (8), Article number: 16226 (2018) LINK
Clusella P., Grassberger P., Perez-Reche, F. J. and Politi A. “Immunization and targeted destruction of networks using explosive percolation” Crossroads in Complex Systems, Mallorca, Spain, June 2017 Poster
Clusella P. and Politi A. “Noise-induced stabilization in coupled oscillators” SIAM conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, Utah (USA), May 2017 Poster
Clusella P., Politi A. and Rosenblum M. “A minimal model of partial synchrony” Bernstein Conference 2016, Berlin, Germany, September 2016. Poster