Qing Ke (柯庆)
4thyear PhD student, Informatics (Complex Systems track)
Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research
School of Informatics and Computing
Indiana University Bloomington
Research interests: network science, science of science, statistical learning
Email: qke [AT] indiana [DOT] edu
Office: Rm 310, 919 E. 10th Street
Publications

Defining and identifying Sleeping Beauties in science
Q. Ke, E. Ferrara, F. Radicchi, and A. Flammini
PNAS 112 (24), 74267431 (2015). [PDF] [arXiv] [Project page]
[Nature Editorial] [Nature News] [NY Times] 
Tie strength distribution in scientific collaboration networks
Q. Ke and Y.Y. Ahn
Phys. Rev. E 90, 032804 (2014). [arXiv]
Service
 External reviewer: ICCSS 2015; PNAS, Scientometrics, 2015
Coursework
I confess that I include this section simply because it increases the length of my homepage.
Informatics
 INFOI 501 Introduction to Informatics
 INFOI 502 HumanCentered Research Methods
 INFOI 590 Complex Networks & Their Applications
 INFOI 601 Introduction to Complex Systems
 INFOI 609 Complex Systems Seminar I
 INFOI 690 Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems
 INFOI 709 Complex Systems Seminar II
Statistics
 STATS 501 Statistical Methods I
 STATS 625 Nonparametric Theory Data Analysis
 STATS 626 Bayesian Theory & Data Analysis
 STATS 681 Topics in Machine Learning I
 STATS 682 Topics in Machine Learning II
Others
Some papers I really like:
Being in graduate school, I often enjoy xkcd and PHD Comics.
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Outside the academic world, I love long distance running and cycling.