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A CCS2016 satellite workshop at Amsterdam, 21 September 2016 (All day).
non-Poisson nature is ubiquitous in the dynamics of a wide range of
systems in nature. In particular, in human activity, several related
phenomena have been found in patterns of communication and contagion. In
addition, bursty time series have been observed in seismic activity, in
firing patterns of neurons, and in solar flares. The goal of this
satellite is twofold: On one hand, to present recent results on human
bursty behaviour, including empirical analysis, theoretical developments
and computer simulations; on the other hand, to open the opportunity
for cross-learning from current research in several fields, where
burstiness plays an important role, in order to enhance methodologies of
analysing bursty activities.
Alain Barrat. Centre de Physique Théorique, Marseille. France. Lucilla de Arcangelis. University of Naples. Italy. Yérali Gandica. University of Namur. Belgium. Hans J. Herrmann. ETH. Zurich. Switzerland Renaud Lambiotte. University of Namur. Belgium. Márton Karsai. ENS de Lyon. France. János Kertész. Central European University, Budapest. Hungary. Mikko Kivelä. Aalto University. Finland. Jari Saramäki. Aalto University. Finland. Piet Van Mieghem. Delft University of Technology. Netherlands.
*** Abstract submission DEADLINE: June 30, 2016 ***
participants of CCS are encouraged to submit abstracts of their planned
contributions on topics related to empirical observation, analysis,
modelling and theoretical description of bursty behaviour in human and
other natural phenomena. Submissions should be made via EasyChair (https://easychair.org/),
the deadline is June 30, 2016. The decision of the organizers about the
acceptance will follow by July 12, 2016. There is no extra fee for
participation at the Satellite, however, participants have to be
registered for CCS 2016. http://www.ccs2016.org/
Yérali Gandica (Université de Namur) János Kertész (Central European University) Jari Saramäki (Aalto University)
Yérali Gandica Namur Center for Complex Systems (naXys)
Department of Mathematics UNamur
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