ICMS Complexity Science Winter School 2017 - Slides Lectures See Below

13 February to 17 February
Ceres 0.31


R. Sepulchre (University of Cambridge)


Lecture 1: Feedback, sensitivity, and complexity
Lecture 2: Sensitivity analysis of neuronal behaviors

Lecture 3: Switchlets: analysis and design of multiresolution sensitivity

B. Nienhuis (University of Amsterdam)

Asymmetric simple exclusion processes

T. Vicsek (Eötvös University Budapest)

Complexity science and its applications in biophysics and sociology

R. van der Hofstad (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Modeling structure and function of complex networks and the brain

M. v. Hecke (University of Leiden)

Mechanical Metamaterials

B. Overvelde (AMOLF)

Soft Robotic Matter: slides available at request; contact icms@tue.nl

S. Otto (University of Groningen)

Emergent behavior from networks of interacting and interconverting molecules. Or: can we make life in the lab?

E. Cirillo (Università di Roma La Sapienza)

Obstacle induced particle jamming in exclusion dynamics

C. Hemelrijk (University of Groningen)

The self-organised dynamics of shape and internal structure of flocks of starling

F. Toschi (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Statistical crowd dynamics

P. v.d. Hof (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Data-driven modelling in linear dynamic networks

B. Jayawardhana (University of Groningen)

Handling genome-scale kinetics models through structure-preserving model order reduction

H. Nijmeijer (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Simple network, complex dynamics or complex network, simple dynamics?

E. Martens (University of Copenhagen)

Chimera states - mythological monsters from mathematics arise in the real world
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