Corona moved things into the virtual space. Join us for our new winter lecture series with internationally renowned complexity scientists.

Taking place from March 22 to March 25, 2021, the first CSH Vienna Winter Lecture Series offers the opportunity to join us for 4 days of lectures by and discussions with internationally renowned complexity scientists—due to corona, we go this time without the mountains.




Monday, March 22:

  • Opening Remarks by Stefan Thurner
  • Renaud Lambiotte | Network Science | Lectures 1 & 2
  • Andrea Rapisarda | The beneficial role of randomness | Lectures 1 & 2


Tuesday, March 23:

  • Vittorio Loreto | Dynamics of Novelty & Innovation | Lecture 1
  • Renaud Lambiotte | Discussion Session
  • Andrea Rapisarda | Discussion Session
  • Simon DeDeo | Cultural Data Science | Lecture 1


Wednesday, March 24:

  • Vittorio Loreto | Dynamics of Novelty & Innovation | Lecture 2
  • Vittorio Loreto | Discussion Session
  • Simon Dedeo | Cultural Data Science | Lecture 2
  • Simon DeDeo | Discussion Session
  • Networking Opportunity I


Thursday, March 25:

  • Fariba Karimi | Computational Social Science | Lectures
  • Fariba Karimi | Discussion Session
  • Networking Opportunity II
  • Closing Remarks & Feedback


Simon DeDeo, Carnegie Mellon University
Fariba Karimi, Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Renaud Lambiotte, University of Oxford
Vittorio Loreto, SONY Computer Science Lab Paris & CSH
Andrea Rapisarda, University of Catania
Simon DeDeo, CSH Vienna External Faculty
Renaud Lambiotte, CSH Vienna External Faculty (c) private
Andrea Rapisarda (c) Verena Ahne


Eligibility & Registration

The event is open to graduate students, postdocs and interested people of any other profession from all countries. Proficiency in English and a background in science or mathematics will be required.

By registering for this event, you will be granted access to join all live online lectures and discussion blocks as a listener. The active participation is reserved to our successful winter school applicants.


For more information, please go to the event page here