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CSS Chapters Workshop @CCS 2021

Complex Systems Science - The challenges

OCTOBER 27

LYON - FRANCE

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Agenda

OCTOBER 27, 2021

10:00

Meet & Greet

12:00

Sessions Stage

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Networking

16:00

Q & A Session

The Speakers (TBU)

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FEATURED EXPERTS

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Guido Calderelli 

 I am Full Professor of Physics at Ca' Foscari, and a LIMS Fellow.

I have studied Statistical Physics and I have got my degree in 1992 in Rome (La Sapienza), my PhD in 1996 in Trieste (SISSA). After Postdocs in Manchester and Cambridge I became firstly "Research Assistant" in INFM and secondly "Primo Ricercatore" at ISC-CNR where I am still working with many friends and colleagues. From 2012 to 2020 I have been Professor at IMT Lucca

In 2019 I have been one of the founders of SIFS

From 2018 I am the President of the Complex Systems Society

From 2016 I am in the board of the SNP Division of European Physical Society

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Manlio De Domenico

 I am a physicist studying integrated real-world Complex Systems (biological, socio-technical, communication and economic networks) and their complex dynamics, to understand how multiplexity and interdependencies lead to emergent collective phenomena and resilience to perturbations 

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Alfredo Morales

I am Assistant Professor at NECSI and Visiting Scholar at MIT Media Lab. Passionate in understanding complex, social behaviors by analyzing (big) data from social media and alternative sources, using networks, AI and machine learning.

Analysis of social dynamics across scales: from global societies down to cities and organizations.  Transforming data into visualization, understanding and strategy

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Elisa Omodei

Elisa holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics for the Social Sciences from the École Normale Supérieure of Paris. She currently works in the Research, Assessment and Monitoring division of the UN World Food Programme. She also serves as Vice-President Secretary of the Complex System Society. Her research focuses on complex networks and data science for development and humanitarian response. 

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Hiroki Sayama

Hiroki Sayama is the Director of the Center for Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (CoCo), at Binghamton University, State University of New York. His research interests include complex dynamical networks, human and social dynamics, collective behaviors, artificial life/chemistry, and interactive systems, among others.

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Samir Suweiss

 I'm assistant professor (RTDa) at the Physics and Astronomy Department, Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Physics @UNIPD. My work focuses on research at the interface of ecology, hydrology and complex systems under a theoretical framework provided by statistical mechanics. 

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A. Sofia Teixeira

I am a Research Scientist at Hospital da Luz Learning Health, and a Collaborator at INESC-ID. Previously I was a Postdoctoral Researcher at Indiana University Bloomington, and a Fellow at IU Network Science Institute (IUNI), Indiana, United States. I am also a member of the Complex Systems Society Council and the former Chair of the advisory board of yrCSS.

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The Chapters Workshop is a collaborative space that seeks to integrate the knowledge, experience, and diversity of the Complex Systems Community.

This meeting aims to strengthen the capacities and leadership necessary to work on our organizational mission and vision.

Based on the CSS recommendations to organize local chapters, experiences on how such guidelines can be adapted to the different national or regional contexts to be as inclusive and efficient as possible. Priorities of actions that could be set up will be discussed. Feedback from existing chapters and initiatives will be reported.

 

The objectives of the workshop are:

  • To share national specific issues

  • To share best practices on Chapter-specific development and governance issues

  • To create synergies between Chapters

  • To strengthen the community

 

CONTRIBUTION

If you want to share ideas, experiences on the topics please submit an ​extended abstract (1 to 2 pages in pdf format).​

SUBMISSION WEBSITE Easy Chair

 

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REGISTRATION CCS2021

 

 

Organizers

Cyrille Bertelle - LITIS, Normastic, Le Havre

David Chavalarias - ISC PIF, Paris

Chantal Cherifi - DISP, Lyon

Hocine Cherifi - LIB, ISC BFC, Dijon

Laura Hernandez - LPTM Cergy Pontoise

Bertrand Jouve - LISST, Toulouse

Hamamache Kheddouci - LIRIS, Lyon

Benjamin Renoust - Median Technologies, Sophia Antipolis

Technical Chair

Stephany Rajeh - LIB, Dijon

SUPPORTING INSTITUTIONS

 

CSS chapters Workshop @ CSS 2021

COMPLEX SYSTEMS SCIENCE  THE CHALLENGES

What

CSS Chapters Workshop

When

October 27, 2021

Where

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