Lucille Calmon completed her BSc and MSc in Physics at Imperial College London where she initially became interested in networks. In 2023, she completed her PhD in mathematics at Queen Mary University of London in the complex systems and networks research group. During her PhD, she investigated different aspects of coupled dynamics on simplicial complexes. In June 2023, she joined the EPIcx lab to work on disease transmission in school populations.
Lucille's research interests revolve around the impact of the structure of interaction networks on the processes they support. In schools, and other social contexts, temporal networks can represent face-to-face interactions between different agents. At EPIcx, she works on various aspects of disease transmissions on such high-resolution temporal networks.