Ke-ke Shang

I did a PhD in complex networks at Northwestern Polytechnical University while studying as a visiting student at The University of Western Australia. I have publised 9 papers as the first author in high-quality physical journals. My research interests are in Complex Systems, Complex Network, Link Prediction and Computational Modelling. I also have reviewed more than 60 papers and projects for international journals, conferences and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. My Google H index is 8, and i10 index is 6.

I am currently an associate professor in the Computational Communication Collaboratory of Nanjing University. I hold the associate secretary-general in the Computational Communication Research Association of the Chinese Association for Journalism and Mass Communication, the teaching secretary in the Communication Department of the Nanjing University and the master supervisor in Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications.

•Major (peer-reviewed) publications, sorted by year. To obtain manuscripts of these papers please vist my Researchgate (at which point I believe I am still entitled to give you specific, personal and individual permission to download from this repository) or contact the publishers directly.

1,Ke-ke Shang*, et al. “Growing networks with communities: A distributive link model.” Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 30(2020): 041101. 

2, Ke-ke Shang*, et al. “ A novel metric for community detection.” EPL (Europhysics Letters), 129(2020): 68002.  

3, Ke-ke Shang*, et al. “ The key to the weak-ties phenomenon.” EPL (Europhysics Letters), 127(2019): 48002.  

4, Ke-ke Shang*, et al. “Link prediction for tree-like networks.” Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 29.6 (2019): 061103. 

5, Ke-ke Shang, Michael Small, Xiao-Ke Xu, and Wei-sheng Yan. “The role of direct links for link prediction in evolving networks.” EPL (Europhysics Letters), 117 (2017) 28002. 

6, Ke-ke Shang*, Michael Small, and Wei-sheng Yan. “Fitness networks for real world systems via modified preferential attachment.” Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 474 (2017): 49-60.   

7, Ke-ke Shang*, Michael Small and Wei-sheng Yan. “Link direction for link prediction.” Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 469 (2017) 767–776.  

8, Ke-ke Shang, Wei-sheng Yan, and Michael Small*. “Evolving networks—Using past structure to predict the future.” Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 455 (2016): 120-135.  

9, Ke-Ke Shang, Wei-Sheng Yan, and Xiao-Ke Xu*. “Limitation of degree information for analyzing the interaction evolution in online social networks.” International Journal of Modern Physics C 25.10 (2014): 1450056.