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Home | Events Archive | NETWORKS Match Makers Seminar
Seminar

NETWORKS Match Makers Seminar


  • Speaker
    Melika Liporace (Tilburg University) and Rense Corten (Utrecht University)
  • Field
    Complexity
  • Location
    Tinbergen Institute, room 1.01
    Amsterdam
  • Date and time

    June 23, 2023
    15:00 - 17:00

Please check the website for all information and registration NETWORKS Match Makers Seminar (networksmatchmaking.nl)

Everyone who is interested is invited to participate, but we would like to ask you to register.

Register here (registration is handled by Leiden University)

Programme:

15.00 – 15.05 Welcome and Introduction
15.05 – 16.00 Melika Liporace (Tilburg University)
16.00 – 17.00 Rense Corten (Utrecht University)
17.00 Closing and drinks
Speaker
Melika Liporace (University of Tilburg)

Title: "Persuasion in Random Networks"

Rense Corten (Utrecht University)

Title: to be announced

General

Over the past decade, multiple scientific disciplines have contributed to the understanding of how highly complex systems operate, with an increasing interest in synergies. The social sciences have provided insight into the structure of social entities and have developed theories explaining the patterns that are observed. The economic sciences have offered a perspective on how the behaviour by people is shaped by incentives and by their expectations about the behaviour of others. Computer science and mathematics have built a framework and a toolbox for explaining and quantifying the complexity that is encountered in various settings. This intriguing blend is part of a new research area under the name of network science, with a focus on explaining complex phenomena in social, economic and technological systems, and beyond.

Organizers: Frank den Hollander (Leiden University), Ines Lindner (Tinbergen Institute, research master Business Data Science and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Michel Mandjes (University of Amsterdam)