I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Division of Mathematics at NTU Singapore,

working with Prof. Nicolas Privault and his probability group on random geometric graphs, specifically the diameter of the random connection model.

I recently completed a visiting position at the Max Plank Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig,

working with Prof. Jürgen Jost and his Geometry, Analysis and Theoretical Physics group

on discrete notions of curvature in networks, as well as random topology in complex networks.

I was previously a visiting postdoc at Queen Mary University of London,

working in the Complex Systems group with Dr Ginestra Bianconi, from 2017 until 2018,

where we worked on inference in complex networks with Dimitri Krioukov, James P. Gleeson and Yamir Moreno,

as well as the statistical mechanics of simplicial complexes in complex networks.

From 2016 to 2017, I worked with Prof. Sunwoo Kim and his Wireless Systems Laboratory at Hanyang University in Seoul,

working on random geometric graphs, localisation in random networks, as well as Euclidean matching theory in ultra-dense 5G networks.

From 2015 to 2016, after my PhD, I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Mathematics at the Bristol University,

after receiving EPSRC funding for a project entitled "Random Walks on Random Geometric Networks".

We also held a one-day meeting as part of the British Mathematical Colloquim 2016.

From 2011 to 2016, I worked with Prof. Carl Dettmann and Orestis Georgiou at the University of Bristol,

reading for a PhD in Communications Engineering entitled
"Connectivity and Centrality in Dense Random Geometric Graphs".

Before that I did an MSci in Physics at the University of Bristol.

Here is my cv.

My Google Scholar page, and Scopus profile.

My email is alexanderkartungiles@gmail.com.

See "Shortest routes in random proximity networks" on this list of open problems of David Aldous.

Tracy-Widom distribution article At the Far Ends of a New Universal Law.

Spatial networks wikipedia article, which is being updated.

Review article on spatial networks by Marc Barthélemy.

Clifton, Bristol, UK.