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Jul 2022

Frank-Neffke: “Assessing the importance of relatedness in regional development (…)”

Jul 05, 2022 | 14:1015:50
Bocconi University

CSH team leader Frank Neffke presents his work "Assessing the importance of relatedness in regional development: in search of the right specification," pursued with Yang Li (Harvard Growth Lab), at the 6th Geography of Innovation Conference (GeoInno2022) which takes place July 4–6, 2022 in Milan, Italy.   The presentation is part of Parallel Session 3: "Data and Network Science Methods in Economic Geography."   Room: N03   Go to Conference Program.  

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Jan Korbel: “Stochastic thermodynamics of dynamic opinion networks and genetic regulatory networks”

Jul 12, 2022 | 11:0012:00

CSH scientist Jan Korbel gives an online talk at the QLS Meeting "The adjacent possible of stochastic thermodynamcs," which takes place July 11-13, 2022, at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy.  

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Hannah Metzler: “Detecting potentially harmful and protective suicide-related content on Twitter: A Machine Learning approach”

Jul 20, 2022 | 12:0013:00

CSH scientist Hannah Metzler gives an online talk about work pursued together with Hubert Baginski, Thomas Niederkrotenthaler and David Garcia, at the 8th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) that takes place from July 19–22, 2022 in Chicago.   Time not yet specified.     Abstract: tba

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Samuel Martin-Gutierrez: “Inferring the ideological space of multipolar social systems”

Jul 20, 2022 | 13:2014:20
University of Chicago, 5807 S Woodlawn Ave
Chicago, IL IL 60637 United States
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CSH scientist Samuel Martin-Gutierrez presents this poster at the 8th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) that takes place from July 19–22, 2022 at University of Chicago Booth School of Business.   Time: 1:20–2:20 pm Central Standard Time   Abstract:   Social polarization is a growing concern worldwide, as it strains social relations, erodes trust in institutions, and thus threatens democratic societies. Academic efforts to understand this phenomenon have traditionally approached it from a one-dimensional perspective, focusing on bipolar…

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Samuel Martin-Gutierrez: “First-mover advantage explains gender disparities in physics citations”

Jul 20, 2022 | 21:3023:00

CSH scientist Samuel Martin-Gutierrez gives this talk at the 8th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) which takes place from July 19–22, 2022 in Chicago.   Time: 2:30–4 pm Central Standard Time   Abstract:   Mounting evidence suggests that publications and citations of scholars in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) suffer from gender biases. In this paper, we study the physics community, a core STEM field in which women are still largely under-represented and where these…

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Samuel Martin-Gutierrez: “Inferring the ideological space of multipolar social systems”

Jul 25, 2022 | 10:0511:00

CSH scientist Samuel Martin-Gutierrez gives this online talk at the NetSci 2022 which takes place from July 25-29, 2022 in Shanghai.   The talk starts at 4:05 pm China Standard time.   Abstract:   Social polarization is a growing concern worldwide, as it strains social relations, erodes trust in institutions, and thus threatens democratic societies. Academic efforts to understand this phenomenon have traditionally approached it from a one-dimensional perspective, focusing on bipolar or dichotomous systems. However, political conflicts often involve…

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Tobias Reisch: “Inequality in economic shock exposures across the global firm-level supply network”

Jul 25, 2022 | 15:5016:30

CSH scientist Tobias Reisch will present work pursued together with Abhijit Chakraborty, Christian Diem and Stefan Thurner as online talk at NetSci 2022. His talk is part of Session 3E, Economic Networks 1.   The session starts at 14:50 CEST. Tobias' talk starts at 15:50 CEST.   Abstract:   For centuries, national economies created wealth by engaging in international trade and production. The resulting international supply networks not only increase wealth for countries, but also create systemic risk: economic shocks,…

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Bernhard Haslhofer: “Digital identity”

Jul 26, 2022 | 11:4012:05
University of Zurich RAA-UZH, Rämistrasse 59
Zurich, 8001 Switzerland
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Bernhard Haslhofer, leader of the CSH team Cryptofinances, will give a hybrid keynote lecture at the BGIN Conference – Block 6 ("BGIN #6) that will take place July 26–28, 2022, in Zurich, Switzerland.   The talk starts at 11:40 am CET.   BGIN #6 is organized by the Blockchain Center of the University of Zurich and aims at bringing voices to individuals focused on governance for digital economic networks.   While the programme is hybrid, the organizers strongly suggest people…

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Aug 2022

Tobias Reisch: “Inferring supply networks from mobile phone data to estimate systemic risk of an economy”

Aug 22, 2022Aug 26, 2022
University of Pécs, Rákóczi street 80
Pécs, 7622 Hungary
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CSH scientist Tobias Reisch will give an online talk at the 61th ERSA Congress, which takes place Aug 22–26, 2022 virtual and onsite in Pécs, Hungary.   This year's congress title: Disparities in a Digitalising (Post-Covid) world – Networks, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development   Exact time tba.   Abstract:   National economies rest on networks of millions of customer-supplier relations. Some companies -- in the case of their default -- can trigger significant cascades of shock in the supply-chain network…

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Oct 2022

Tobias Reisch: “Inequality in economic shock exposures across the global firm-level supply network”

Oct 17, 2022Oct 21, 2022
Palma de Mallorca Convention Center, Paseo Marítimo, 18
Palma de Mallorca, Iles Balears 07014 Spain
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CSH scientist Tobias Reisch will give a talk at the Conference on Complex Systems CCS 2022, which takes place Oct 17–26, 2022 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.   Exact time tba.   Abstract:   For centuries, national economies created wealth by engaging in international trade and production. The resulting international supply networks not only increase wealth for countries, but also create systemic risk: economic shocks, triggered by company failures in one country, may propagate to other countries.   Using global…

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