Alexander Grimm



Alexander is a PhD candidate at the URPP (Research Priority Program) on Social Networks. He holds a MSc degree in Physics from ETH Zürich. Alexander develops new frameworks and methods for network analytics for both theoretical graphs and real-world networks.

Research Interests

  • Communication networks
  • Temporal networks
  • Nestedness


A. Grimm, and C. J. Claudio: “Analysing the sensitivity of nestedness detection methods”, Applied Network Science, vol. 2, 37 (2017)
A. Grimm, and C. J. Claudio: “Detecting Nestedness in Graphs", Complex Networks & Their Applications V: Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications, pp. 171-182 (2016).