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Jun 2020

[postponed] CSH Workshop: “Stochastic dynamics for complex systems”

Jun 22, 2020Jun 24, 2020
CSH Vienna, Josefstaedter Straße 39
Wien, 1080
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This workshop is organized by Christian Kühn, CSH External Faculty and TU Munich as well as Maximilian Engel & Alexandra Neamtu, TU Munich. Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, it has been postponed to 2021. Details on the new date will follow in due course.   Abstract In many complex systems modeling at a full-scale detail is impossible. Either, not all relevant processes are known precisely, or even if they are, there are uncertainties in parameters and external influences. Furthermore,…

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CSH Virtual Talk by Tobias Reisch: “Gender differences in coping with a pandemic”

Jun 26, 2020 | 15:0016:00

This talk by Tobias Reisch will be taking place online on Friday June 26 from 3pm - 4pm (CEST/UTC+2). If you would like to join, please click here    Abstract:   Gender biases exist in a wide variety of human behavior. Examples are mobility, communication and leisure activities. Mobile phone datasets allow to investigate human behavior on very large study populations without introducing any observation bias. By studying mobile phone usage data in Austria during the COVID-19 crisis we are…

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Jul 2020

CSH Virtual Talk by Robert Paluch: “Maximum likelihood approach for location of the epidemic source in complex networks”

Jul 03, 2020 | 15:0016:00

This talk by Robert Paluch will be taking place online on Friday July 3 from 3pm – 4pm (CEST/UTC+2). If you would like to join, please click here Abstract:   As the world becomes more and more interconnected, our everyday objects become part of the Internet of Things, and our lives get more and more mirrored in virtual reality, every piece of information, including misinformation, fake news and malware, can spread very fast practically anonymously. To suppress such uncontrolled spread,…

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Aug 2020

Talk by Prof. Ulf Leonhardt: “Casimir cosmology: how the force that limits the height of trees accelerates the expansion of the universe”

Aug 04, 2020 | 14:0015:00
Complexity Science Hub Vienna

Professor Ulf Leonhardt, Department for Physics of Complex Systems at Weizmann-Institute Israel, will visit the CSH for an exchange on Tuesday, August 4 2020. During his visit, he will give a brief talk on "Casimir cosmology: how the force that limits the height of trees accelerates the expansion of the universe". If you would like to join the talk, please email office@csh.ac.at

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CSH–ICS Meeting & Workshop

Aug 20, 2020 | 9:3016:00
Complexity Science Hub Vienna

On August 20, 2020, the CSH will host a meeting & workshop with the Institute of Complex System, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic. For presentations and abstracts, please refer to the agenda.     The meeting can be accessed via Zoom.   For any further questions, please contact the workshop organiser, Jan Korbel.

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CSH Virtual Talk by András Borsos: “Shock Propagation in the Banking System with Real Economy Feedback”

Aug 28, 2020 | 15:0016:00

András Borsos,  (CEU, Department of Network and Data Science, Budapest) will be visiting the CSH from August 24 until September 2, 2020. During his stay, he will be giving a virtual talk on "Shock Propagation in the Banking System with Real Economy Feedback". The talk will take place on Friday, August 28 from 3pm - 4pm (CEST/UTC+2) via Zoom. To join, please click here     Abstract: In this paper we developed a model of shock propagation in the banking system…

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CSH in Alpbach: “Complexity Science—Corona and the Consequences”

Aug 28, 2020 | 15:3017:00

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year's complexity panel discussion at the European Forum Alpbach, hosted by the CSH, will take place online.   If you would like to participate, please register via https://2020.alpbach.org/ticket     Abstract:   The COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold of our world. It is far more than a health crisis, affecting societies and economies at their core. Uncertainty is high. We will discuss the consequences of the crisis from different angles, focusing on approaches that…

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Sep 2020

CSH Virtual Talk by Ramin Hasani: “Time-Continuous Neural Networks”

Sep 10, 2020 | 15:0016:00

The talk by Ramin Hasani will take place online from 15:00—16:00 on September 10, 2020. If you are interested in participating, you can join here via Zoom.     Abstract:   Neural networks with continuous-time (CT) hidden state representations have become unprecedentedly popular within the machine learning community. This is due to their strong approximation capability in modeling time-series, their adaptive computation modality, their memory, and parameter efficiency. In his talk, Ramin Hasani will discuss how this family of neural…

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CSH virtual talk by Johanna Einsiedler: Estimating the Impact of COVID-19 on Air Pollution with Interpretable Predictive Models

Sep 17, 2020 | 15:0016:00
Complexity Science Hub Vienna

This talk by Johanna Einsiedler will take place online from 15:00-16:00 (CEST/UTC+2) on September 17, 2020. If you are interested in participating, you can join here via Zoom.   Title: Estimating the Impact of COVID-19 on Air Pollution with Interpretable Predictive Models     Abstract: Air Pollution is a major threat to public health in the 21st century. Recent evidence also suggests a link between the susceptibility of individuals to COVID-19 and previous exposure to high levels of air pollution. In…

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CSH virtual talk by Patricia Palacios: Can physics tell us something about democracy?

Sep 25, 2020 | 15:0016:00

This talk by Patricia Palacios (University of Salzburg) will take place online from 15:00-16:00 (CEST/UTC+2) on September 25, 2020. If you are interested in participating, you can join here via Zoom.   Abstract: Patricia examines the extant literature in econophysics and sociophysics modeling, focusing on models for stock market crashes and Galam models for democratic voting in bottom up hierarchical systems, and suggests that they can be interpreted as minimal models (Weisberg 2007, Batterman and Rice 2014). She concludes that…

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