One of the few silver linings of the pandemic is the fact that seminars tend to be recorded. Here’s a talk I gave for the seminar series of the Center for the Physics of Biological Function at Princeton.
Vicky, Stephanie and I put together a short video for the STEM for all initiative of NSF. Click on the image to go to the video.
In a new paper published today in Nature, we show that Higher-Order Interactions (HOIs) can have dramatic effects on the dynamics of ecological systems.
Jacopo Grilli, György Barabás, Matthew J. Michalska-Smith & Stefano Allesina
Higher-order interactions stabilize dynamics in competitive network models
James O’Dwyer has written a News & Views commentary.
Rob Mitchum has covered this work for the Computation Institute‘s website.
I have presented this work at several conferences. Here’s a video of my talk at the BES annual meeting in Liverpool (Dec 2016, ~30 mins):