Medical University Vienna & CSH Associate Faculty
Bernat Corominas-Murtra obtained a degree in Physics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He then obtained a degree in Linguistics at the Universitat de Barcelona, in a program focused on Logics and Theoretical Syntax. He has a Masters degree in Mathematics for the same University, in the framework of a program centered on Dynamical Systems and Stochastic processes. His PhD, entitled “An unified approach to the emergence of complex communication”, was advised by Ricard Solé (ICREA-Complex Systems lab, Universitat Pompeu Fabra) within the Doctorate Program of the Parc de Recerca Biomèdica de Barcelona.
Now Bernat is developing his research activity at the Section for Science of Complex Systems (Medical University of Vienna), leaded by Professor Stefan Thurner, and at the Vienna Complexity Science hub, as associated researcher. Bernat has published more than 40 peer-reviewed papers, spanning different areas of research, from information theory, models of early forms of life to complex networks or the structure and logics of human language. His current research activity is focused on the study of path dependent processes and the foundations of information theory beyond the standard approach. He is also actively working in the field complex networks applied to various fields.
B. Corominas-Murtra, R. Hanel, L. Zavojanni, S. Thurner
How noise determines the statistics of simple path dependent systems
(2017, in review)