Michael M. Danziger

Postdoctoral Researcher, CCNR
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Michael is a researcher at the Center for Complex Networks Research(CCNR). Before joining the lab, he completed his Ph.D. in the lab of Prof. Shlomo Havlin at Bar-Ilan University in Israel and was an Azrieli Foundation fellow. His doctoral research focused on bringing network models closer to reality: developing a new method to modulate and analyze spatial effects on a network topology, studying the effects of failures and attacks that are localized in space, and developing new types of interdependent models that more closely model real-world systems.  With collaborators from RBI in Croatia, Michael developed a new network-based approach to cybersecurity called color-avoiding percolation.  Since 2013, Michael has given over a dozen invited and contributed talks at conferences and universities in eight countries and he recently received the award for best oral presentation at NetSciX 2017 in Tel Aviv.



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177 Huntington Ave, 11th floor
Boston, MA 02115

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