Archive Informal Meetings on Complex Networks 2017

 

Date

PlaceTitle

10.1.2017

no seminar

17.1.2017

Cupola Jakob Kolb: Network-based micro-models of divestment by boundedly rational households, and their macroscopic approximation

24.1.2017

no seminar (Earth League Symposium and LOOPS workshop)

31.1.2017

Cupola

very short trial talks for PIK Research Days:

  1. Paul Schultz: Power Grid Stability and Control -- How Networks Matter
  2. Elena Surovyatkina: Early forecasting of Monsoon over Central India: results 2016
  3. Marc Wiedermann: A climate network-based index to discriminate different types of El Niño and La Niña
  4. Peter-Paul Pichler: Urban carbon footprints
  5. Thomas Nocke: Climate Risks for Asset Manager. Cooperation with Carbon Delta

7.2.2017

PIK Research Days Feb. 7 + 8, mandatory for all!

Monday, 13.2.2017,

9 am

Berlin Adlershof Campus, Newtonstr. 15, Room 3'101
Lyubov Tupikina (PhD defense): Temporal and spatial aspects of correlation networks and dynamical network models: analytical approaches and physical applications

14.2.2017

Cupola Chao Gao: Modeling Mobile Virus Propagation Based on Empirical Human Behaviors Data

28.2.2017

Cupola Wolfram Barfuss:
Modeling social-ecological systems with extended Markov Games

7.3.2017

Cupola Jobst Heitzig: Towards a Quantitative, Normative Theory of Multi-Agent Responsibility under Uncertainty

Tuesday 4.4. and
Wednesday 5.4.2017,

9 am - 6 pm

A 56 conference hall Internal Complexity Days I:
short talks of all students and researchers with surnames A-L in Prof. Kurths' groups!
(attendance mandatory if not on holiday or business trip)

11.4.

18.4.

25.4.

2.5.

A 56 conference hall Julian Maluck: Impacts of Regional Trade Agreements on bilateral economic interconnectedness

Thursday

4.5.

1 pm

Cupola Bernd Blasius (U Oldenburg): TBA

Friday
5.5.

11:15 am

Adlershof Campus, Newtonstr. 14, room 1'15 Dominik Traxl (PhD defense): Deep Graphs - Represent and Analyze Heterogeneous Complex Systems across Scales

Thursday

22.6.

2 pm

Cupola Malte Ziebarth (Master's Thesis Defense): Node splitting invariant measures for spatial networks with varying node sets

Friday

23.6.

1 pm

Cupola Francesco Caravelli (Los Alamos National Laboratory):
Non-equilibrium properties of memristive circuits

27.6.

Cupola Sarika Jalan (IIT Indore): Designing the best synchronizable multiplex networks

11.7.

A 56 conference hall Yuri Maistrenko (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine):
Solitary states in Kuramoto model with inertia

Thursday

27.7.

2 pm

Cupola Keith Smith (GESIS): Who is Still Not Worried About Climate Change? An introduction to the social patterning of climate change concern

8.8.

Cupola Yuki Asano: Social Learning in an Agent-Based Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans Model

Monday

28.8.

2 pm

Cupola Martin Rhoden (Univ. California Davis):
The Self-Organization of Dragon Kings

Friday 29.9.

and Fr. 6.10.
9 am - 5 pm

A 56 conference hall Internal Complexity Days II:
two Fridays of short talks of all students and researchers with surnames K-Z in Prof. Kurths' groups!
(attendance mandatory if not on holiday or business trip)

Wednesday 11.10.

10 am
- 12 noon

A 56 conference hall
  1. Nishant Malik (Dartmouth College, Hanover, US):
    Transitivity reinforcement in coevolving network models
  2. R. Krishnan (IITM Pune): Understanding the South Asian monsoon response to greenhouse gas (GHG) and aerosol forcing

same day,
3 pm

A 56 conference hall Science & Pretzels with Frank Hellmann:
Flipping coins for Power Grid Stability

17.10.

1:30 pm

A 56 conference hall Vishnu Unni (IIT Madras): Thermoacoustic instability: emergence of order in a turbulent reactive flow

24.10.

A 56 conference hall R. Maheswaran (IIT Delhi): Multiscale Hydrological forecasting and modelling using wavelets based nonlinear models

(31.10.)

(national holiday Reformationstag)

Wednesday

1.11.

1 pm

Cupola Markus Abel (Ambrosys): Symbolic regression for system identification, prediction and control

7.11.

10 am

Cupola
  1. Forough Hassanibesheli:
    Dynamics of social networks governed by Balance Theory
  2. Frederik Wolf: Dynamic Communities in Complex Networks

Thursday
30.11.

2 pm

A56 Basement Conference Hall
  1. Michael Schiek (FZ Jülich):
    Hardware in the loop of dynamical system simulations
  2. Holger Lange (Norw. Inst.of Bioecon. Research): The potential of complexity measures in the environmental sciences

Friday

1.12.

1 pm

Adlershof Campus,
Newtonstr. 14,
Room 1'15
Marc Wiedermann (PhD defense): Classification of Complex Networks in Spatial, Topological and Information-Theoretic Domains

Wednesday
13.12.

1 pm

Cupola Anton Plietzsch (Master defense): Asymptotic Dynamical States in Networks of Kuramoto Oscillators with Inertia

Thursday

14.12.

2 pm

A56 Basement Conference Hall Christian Bick (Oxford U): Oscillator Networks: Collective Dynamics through Generalized Interactions

 

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