Dr Danica Greetham at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
12 November 2012
Frontier Science: Mathematics of human behaviour: Social network analysis
Dr Danica Greetham
Date: Friday 4 January
Danica graduated in Theoretical Mathematics and Applications from University of Belgrade. After completing a postgraduate 1-year program in Computer Science at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, then continued doctoral studies at ETHZ, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and obtained her PhD in a modelling of Internet topology.
She worked for 5 years as a Research Scientist at Unilever Discover in Colworth, UK where she was a member of Mathematics & Informatics expertise team working mainly on the agent-based modelling of markets and consumers, simulating markets and people behaviour.
Danica has spent a year as a post-doc researcher on EPSRC granted Digital Economy project in Centre for the Mathematics of Human Behaviour led by Prof. Peter Grindrod at the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of Reading where she works now as a Lecturer in Mathematics. Her main interest is in networks analysis and modelling - algorithmic graph theory and analysis of online and offline social networks.