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Rosemary, Enzo, Jens
CoSyDy Workshop on "Phase Transitions in Socio-Economic Systems"
July 6th 2016
School of Mathematical Sciences
Queen Mary University of London
You are kindly invited to participate to the CoSyDy Workshop on "Phase
Transitions in Socio-Economic Systems", to take place at the School of
Mathematical Sciences, Queen mary University of London, on July 6th 2016.
This workshop aims at bringing together scientists interested in the
characterisation of phase transitions in social and economical
systems, with a focus on models inspired by statistical physics and
nonlinear dynamics, and will provide a common platform for discussion
about the hottest trends in this field.
The meeting is part of the CoSyDy series, a London Mathematical
Society Scheme 3 network bringing together UK mathematicians
investigating Complex Systems Dynamics.
The workshop will take place on July 6th 2016, between 10:30-18:30,
and is hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences, at Queen Mary
University of London. More information can be foud at the URL:
10:30-11:00: Registration and Coffee
11:00-11:45: "Observing emerging bifurcations in complex systems",
Jan Sieber (Exeter)
11:45-12:30: “Multi-relational social dynamics: interactions,
opinion formation and the dissemination of cultures”, Federico
13:30-13:45: "The Sustainable Development Oxymoron: Quantifying and
Modelling the Incompatibility of Sustainable Development Goals",
Viktoria Spaiser (Leeds)
13:45-14:00: "Emergence of Cooperative Long-Term Market Loyalty in
Double Auction Markets", Aleksandra Aloric (KCL)
14:00-14:15: "Hierarchical organisation of road networks revealed by
angular percolation", Carlos Molinero (UCL)
14:15-15:00: "A dynamic transition in Urban Systems", Marc Barthelemy
15:00-15:30: Coffee Break
15:30-16:15: ""Banks on the verge of a crisis: phase transitions and
hysteresis in banking systems", Tomaso Aste (UCL)
16:15-16:30: "Complexity driven collapse of economic equilibria",
Giacomo Livan (UCL)
16:30-16:45: "Network Valuation in Financial Systems", Paolo Barucca
16:45-17:00: "A tight race between deterministic and stochastic
dynamics of RPS-model", Qian Yang (Bath)
17:00-18:30: Drinks, nibbles, and free discussion
Attendance at this workshop is free and open to everyone. However, for
catering purposes, please register your attendance via email to
[log in to unmask] by 30th June.
Limited funding for travel is available for participants from CoSyDy
member nodes (i.e. University of Warwick, University of Bath, and
University of Leeds). Please contact Rosemary Harris
<[log in to unmask]> for further information.
Rosemary Harris (QMUL)
Vincenzo Nicosia (QMUL)
Jens Starke (QMUL)
[ Enzo Nicosia - School of Mathematical Sciences - Queen Mary UL ]
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