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Liudmila Rozanova
Navigability of Decentralized Online Social Networks
University of Barcelona (UB)
Marian Boguña
Contact Info
1-20, Selva de Mar 34, 08019, Barcelona, Spain


I have fundamental mathematical education (MSc in mathematics), additional psychological education and PhD in mathematical
modeling. I finished the postgraduate study in 2004 at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences (in mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software systems) with thesis where I constructed various mathematical models describing
human behavior in small social groups.
During my postgraduate studies I was a researcher in the Laboratory of Complex Systems Modeling, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics.
From 2006 to 2009 I taught mathematical statistics at several Russian universities.
In 2011 I have won an ERCIM postdoc research grant and worked in Pisa at Italian national research center (IIT-CNR) under RECOGNITION project.
In 2013/14 I was a postdoc researcher at Danish Technical University; my research was focused on crowd dynamics modeling.
Starting from April 2015 I am a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Barcelona under iSocial project.
Network science, social networks modelling, mathematical modelling of social dynamics
 L. Rozanova, A. Temerev, E. Myakisheva, On applications of Lennard-Johnes potential as a force for crowd behavior modelling: Mathematical and computer modelling, Omsk, Russia, 21th of November, 2014.
 L. Rozanova, V. Alekseev, A. Temerev, Heterogeneous epidemic model for assessing data dissemination in opportunistic networks: 9th International Conference on Future Networks and Communications (FNC 2014), Ontario, Canada, 17-20th of August, 2014.
 M. Conti, M. Mordacchini, A. Passarella, L. Rozanova, A Semantic‐based algorithm for data dissemination in opportunistic networks: 7th International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 9‐10th of May, 2013.
 L.V. Rozanova, On the problems of mathematical modelling of social dynamics. April Humanitarian Readings, OMSTU Press, Omsk, Russia, 2008.
 L.V. Rozanova, Activity model of group dynamics. 3rd All Siberian Congress of Women Mathematicians. 103-104, KSU Press, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 2004.
 L.V. Rozanova, Mathematical modelling of social cooperation in small groups. 3rd International Applied Science Conference “Mathematical Modelling in Education, Science and Production”, 150-151, RIO PGU Tiraspol, Moldova, 2003.
 L.V. Rozanova, Modelling of social interactions in small groups. All‐Russian Conference on the Financial and Actuarial Mathematics: FAM-03, 147‐152, ICM SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 2003.
 L.V. Rozanova, Modelling individual differences in interpersonal relationships dynamics in small social groups. IV International Research Conference “Dynamics of Systems, Mechanisms and Machines”, 94‐96, OMSTU Press, Omsk, Russia, 2002. 

 L.V. Rozanova, Modelling of the influence of temperament on dynamics of interpersonal attitudes in small groups. Mathematical Structures and Modelling 10, 30‐37. OmSU Press, Omsk, 2002.
 L.V. Rozanova, Modelling of the influence of individual differences on interpersonal attitudes dynamics in small groups. Omsk Scientific Journal, 19, 59‐61. OMSTU Press, Omsk, 2002.
 L.V. Rozanova, Mathematical modelling of social-psychological processes in small social groups. D. Hanter’s model of interpersonal attitudes. Omsk Scientific Journal, 17, 84‐86. OMSTU Press, Omsk, 2001. 

 L.V. Rozanova, Foundations of cybernetics. Lectures. OmGTU Press, Omsk, 2009.
 O.N. Luchko, V.A. Marenko, L.V. Rozanova, Modelling in sociosphere. OGIS Publishing House, 
Omsk, 2008.
 L.V. Rozanova, V.A. Shapcev, Mathematical modelling in social psychology. EID SurSPI, Surgut, 

Preprints / Other
 L.V. Rozanova, Construction of difference schemes for nonlinear singular perturbed equations by approximation of coefficients:
 L. Rozanova, V. Alekseev, A. Temerev, Heterogeneous epidemic model for assessing data dissemination in opportunistic networks: