The Hub is five
We celebrate this anniversary with a large report
The Idea Factory | Complexity Science Hub Vienna takes you on an extended Tour de Hub:
It describes our research fields, questions, and approaches, (some of) our findings and impacts. You will find events, conferences, talks and visitors from the past five years. You see the people, the place, the publications—and much more.
Kriso Leinfellner (visuelle Kultur KG) did an incredible job in making all the information not only understandable, but truly beautiful.
Check out selected pages:
The introductory pages describe in easy words our governing principles: That we use Big Data and (develop) Big Theory; that we employ and educate Big Talent; always with the aim to answer Big Questions—or cope with Big Challenges—and to contribute, as we hope, to the benefit of society.
We visualize these rather simple principles of complex knowledge production with what we call “The Idea Factory.”
A 2D version of this “knowledge production machine” aims at making comprehensible what drives us, what questions we deal with, which methods we use, what we find out, and which (possible) impact and benefit CSH research had or might have for society.
We not only want to make good research. We also want to talk about it.
Thanks to all who have contributed to this book—and to all who accompany us on our exciting scientific journey!
Una red global de científicos medirá qué éxito tuvieron las medidas sanitarias para frenar la pandemia [Spanish]
Infobae, Sep 16, 2021
V. Machàcek, M. Srholec, M. R. Ferreira, et al.
Researchers’ institutional mobility: bibliometric evidence on academic inbreeding and internationalization
Science and Public Policy (2021) scab064
M. Hâncean, J. Lerner, M. Perc, M. Ghita, D. Bunaciu, A. Stoica, B. Mihaila
The role of age in the spreading of COVID-19 across a social network in Bucharest
Journal of Complex Networks 9 (4) (2021) cnab026
J. Einsiedler, et al.
Transferable Models to Understand the Impact of Lockdown Measures on Local Air Quality
in: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Urban Computing (UrbCom) (2021)
M. Hakkar,et al.
Enhancing rare earth element transfer from phosphate rock to phosphoric acid using an inexpensive fly ash additive
Minerals Engineering 172 (2021) 107166