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Complexity Science and Past Complex Systems

Albert   |  events   |   18/11/2019

How can complexity science help us better understand past and present complex social systems as diverse as the Roman economy and online social networks? This one-day workshop will explore the role complexity science, and in particular its use of network approaches, can play for the study of the human past, and how it enables comparisons between past and present-day complex social systems.

Complexity science is now a thriving field and its application for the study of the human past shows huge potential. This workshop will explore this potential.

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Annual naXys Research Day 2019

Albert   |  events   |   22/10/2019

Invited talk about the specificities of the Universitat de Barcelona Institute of Complex Systems (UBICS)


Recent publications

Comparing spatial networks: A one-size-fits-all efficiency-driven approach

Ignacio Morer, Alessio Cardillo, Albert Díaz-Guilera, Luce Prignano, and Sergi Lozano
Physical Review E 101 042301 (2020)

Flocking-enhanced social contagion

Demian Levis, Albert Diaz-Guilera, Ignacio Pagonabarraga, and Michele Starnini
Phys Rev Research 2 032056 (2020)

Benchmarking seeding strategies for spreading processes in social networks: an interplay between infuencers, topologies and sizes

Montes, F.; Jaramillo, A.M.; Meisel, J.D.; Diaz-Guilera, A.; Valdivia, J.A.; Sarmiento, O.L.; Zarama, R.
Scientific Reports 10 3666 (2020)

   
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