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May 2020

[cancelled] CSH Public Conference: “Complexity science as a transformative power”

May 25, 2020
CSH Vienna, Josefstaedter Straße 39
Wien, 1080
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Public conference at the CSH Vienna   Every year the Hub invites its External Faculty to debate pressing questions in complexity science, to plan future collaborations and joint projects and to promote mutual relationships. This year we will discuss "Complexity as a transformative power."   At the public part of the meeting, the CSH members will present their ideas and visions in six to eight minutes talks to an interested public.   Agenda: tba    

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[cancelled] CSH External Faculty Meeting 2020

May 26, 2020
CSH Vienna, Josefstaedter Straße 39
Wien, 1080
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“Complexity science as a transformative power”   Every year the Hub invites its External Faculty to debate pressing questions in complexity science, to plan future collaborations and joint projects and to promote mutual relationships.   This year we will discuss the transformative power of complexity science.  

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Online CSH Workshop: “Stochastic thermodynamics of complex systems”

May 27, 2020May 29, 2020
CSH Vienna, Josefstaedter Straße 39
Wien, 1080
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This workshop is organized by David Wolpert, Santa Fe Institute & CSH External Faculty and Jan Korbel, CSH Associate Faculty. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we will do it as a video conference. If you are interested in participating, please email to office@csh.ac.at.   Please find the workshop agenda HERE.   Find below the schedule with links to some of the presentations.   Abstract   Stochastic thermodynamics is a powerful extension of conventional equilibrium statistical physics designed for analyzing non-equilibrium…

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CSH Virtual Talk by Rahim Entezari: “Understanding Deep Model Compression for IoT Devices”

May 29, 2020 | 15:0016:00

This CSH talk by Rahim Entezari will take place online from 15:00—16:00 on May 29 2020.   If you are interested in participating, please email office@csh.ac.at in order to receive information on how to access the online talk.     Abstract:   While deep networks are a highly successful model class they require substantial computation resources for their training, storage, and inference, which limits their effective use on resource-constrained devices. Many recent research activities explore different options for compressing and…

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Jun 2020

CSH Virtual Talk by Johannes Wachs: “Social Complexity and Resilience in Open Source Software”

Jun 05, 2020 | 15:0016:00

  This talk by Johannes Wachs will be taking place online on June 5 from 15:00-16:00 (CEST/UTC+2). If you are interested in participating, please email office@csh.ac.at  to receive information on how to access the virtual talk.   Abstract: Our society relies on open source software in a fundamental way. Yet we often take this digital infrastructure for granted and ignore potential risks. In this talk, Johannes Wachs will discuss and attempt to quantify systemic risks present in open source ecosystems.…

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CSH Virtual Talk by Ladislav Krištoufek: “Environmental impacts of Bitcoin mining: Some new evidence”

Jun 12, 2020 | 14:0015:00

This talk by Ladislav Krištoufek (Charles University Prague) will be taking place online on June 12 from 14:00-15:00 (CEST/UTC+2). If you would like to participate, follow this link on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92754820948     Abstract:   Bitcoin as a major cryptocurrency has come up as a shooting star of the 2017 and 2018 headlines. After exploding its price twenty times just in the twelve months of 2017, the tone has changed dramatically in 2018 after major price corrections and increasing concerns…

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CSH Virtual Talk by Franz Papst: “Privacy Preserving Machine Learning”

Jun 19, 2020 | 15:0016:00

This talk by Franz Papst will be taking place online on June 19 from 15:00-16:00 (CEST/UTC+2). To join the talk click here     Abstract:   The last decade saw the rise of deep learning. The abundance of available data and ever-increasing computational power pushed the boundaries of machine learning. Deep learning has been applied in many different areas and achieved state-of-the-art performance in many of them. However, privacy concerns are hindering the adoption of deep learning in fields like…

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[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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