Complex networks from socio-economic systems to biology and brain: ISI Foundation researchers at the SECS19 workshop in Lipari

ISI Foundation is joining SECS19 in Lipari, the third international workshop on Complex Networks from socio-economic systems to biology and brain, held in the Sicily island from 13th to 19th July. Aim of the event is to gather the community of scientists working in the different branches of network theory applied to social and natural sciences, in order to create new synergies and potential scientific advancements.

Five ISI researchers are talking in the first sessions of the workshop, Monday 15 and Tuesday 16. ISI Scientific Director Ciro Cattuto is giving the talk “Dynamics-aware embeddings for temporal networks”, ISI Research Leader Daniela Paolotti is presenting “It takes a village – How collaborations in complex systems and data science for social good can make a difference”, and ISI Research Leader Giovanni Petri is talking about “Brain functional shapes: how topology characterizes healthy and altered brain function”.

Also ISI Junior Researchers Alessandra Urbinati (“A network approach to study scientific migration”) and Salvatore Vilella (“Understanding people opinion about immigration in Italy”) are participating SECS19, as well as ISI Fellows Luca Maria Aiello (Bell Labs, London, UK) and Nicola Perra (University of Greenwich Business School, UK).

SECS19 – Workshop on Complex networks: from socio-economic systems to biology and brain, Lipari (Italy), July 13-19 link