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Informal Meetings on Complex Networks

General Remark

We regularly meet for discussions on complex networks here at the PIK. These meetings are not be like a pure seminar, but more of an informal style, where we present our current work or interesting literature we recently found. Everybody should actively participate and contribute by discussing presented works and by presenting own works or interesting articles.

This seminar series is organized by Jobst Heitzig

Schedule for the Meetings

Most of the time Tuesdays exact 14:00h at A31 Main Cupola (if nothing different announced).

Archive of Former Seminars

Archive 2008/09, Archive 2010Archive 2011, Archive 2012, Archive 2013, Archive 2014, Archive 2015, Archive 2016, Archive 2017, Archive 2018 

Date

PlaceTitle
15.1. Cupola Luca Lelli (U Bremen):

Remote sensing of tropospheric clouds and aerosols and their role in the climate system

Friday

18.1.

1 pm

A56 Conference Hall Mehrnaz Anvari: The source of the non-Gaussian nature of the power grid frequency fluctuations

29.1.

3 pm

Campus Golm
Building 29
Room 0.25/0.26

Ankit Agarwal (PhD defense):
Unraveling spatio-temporal climatic patterns via multi-scale complex networks

5.2. Cupola Florian Hahn: Maximum likelihood estimation of stochastical probability density time series with quantile lines

Friday
8.2.

10 am

A56, 0.38 Jasper Franke (trial talk): Networks of the late Quaternary - Complex network approaches to analyse paleoclimate data
12.2. Cupola Catrin Ciemer (trial talk): Complex systems analysis of changing rainfall regimes in South America and their implications for the Amazon rainforest
19.2. A56 Conference Hall Anja Klein and Jörg Niewöhner (HU Berlin): Using situated modelling to connect prediction and interpretation – a new research framework?

Thursday

21.2.

Campus Golm,
House 29,
Room 0.25/0.26

Ugur Öztürk (PhD defense)

Thursday

28.2.

2 pm


Adlershof Campus,
Newtonstr. 14,

Raum 1'15

Catrin Ciemer (PhD defense): Complex systems analysis of changing rainfall regimes in South America and their implications for the Amazon rainforest

Friday

1.3.

3 pm

Adlershof Campus,
Newtonstr. 14,
Room 1'15
Jasper Franke (PhD defense): Networks of the late Quaternary - Complex network approaches to analyse paleoclimate data

26.3.

A56 Conference Hall Thomas Stemler (U Western Australia): The selfish herd: a new approach to group formation

Thursday
4.4.
2 pm

Cupola Wolfram Barfuss (trial talk): 
Learning dynamics and decision paradigms in social-ecological dilemmas

Friday 5.4.

11 am

Campus Golm,
House 25, Room B0.01
Dadiyorto Wendi (PhD defense):
Recurrence Plots and Quantification Analysis of Flood Runoff Dynamics
Thursday
25.4.
3 pm
  Adlershof Campus   Wolfram Barfuss (PhD defense):
Learning dynamics and decision paradigms in social-ecological dilemmas

Friday

26.4.

1 pm

House H (below cantina), Room 1 Matjaz Perc (U Maribor):
Visual arts and physics: Entropy and complexity as common ground

30.4.

10:30 am

and 2 pm

Cupola

10:45 am   Tanja Holstein: Adaptive social network dynamics driven by diffusively coupled renewable resource dynamics


1 pm   Florian Hahn (Master's Defense): Maximum likelihood estimation of stochastic probability density time series with quantile time series

2 pm   George Datseris (MPI Göttingen): Predicting Spatio-Temporal Time Series using Dimension-Reduced Local States

21.5.

1 pm
– 2 pm

A56 Conference Hall
Kai Kornhuber (University of Oxford):
Recurrent Rossby wave patterns and simultaneous weather extremes
Giorgia Di Capua (PIK):
Identifying tropical and mid-latitude drivers of Indian summer monsoon rainfall via Causal effect networks 
Niklas Boers (PIK):
Global teleconnection patterns of extreme rainfall
4.6. A62 Top Floor Seminar Room Felix Strnad: Deep Reinforcement Learning in World-Earth System Models Exploring Sustainable Governance Policies
18.6. Cupola
  1. Adam Hartland: A solution to the 'quantification problem' in paleohydrological science?
  2. Cinthya Nava: ENSO imprints: From a current cave system in Waitomo NZ to a mid-Holocene record in Niue Island

Thursday
20.6.

3 pm

Cupola Valerio Lucarini (U Reading): Global Stability Properties of the Climate: Melancholia States, Invariant Measures, and Phase Transitions
25.6. Cupola Johannes Kassel: Clustering of dynamic node states in an adaptive network model
16.7. Cupola Markus Brill (TU Berlin): TBA

Friday

19.7.

2 pm

Cupola TBA

 

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