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Summer talks in Europe

I gave four invited talks in Spain, Italy, and Switzerland this summer:

Thanks to my wonderful hosts and their groups for engaging discussions and delightful  hospitality!

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Networks & agents Network (NaN)

NaN is a research group exploring the modeling, simulation, and analysis of complex social and information networks, and the human and artificial agents who live in these networks. Broadly speaking our research spans network science, data science, web science, and computational social science. Recently our focus has been on modeling the dynamic processes that occur online (how information networks grow and evolve, how memes go viral, how social media can be manipulated for the spread of misinformation, how attention bursts and other traffic patterns emerge, etc.) and on the design of tools to make the Web and social media ‘better’ (more trustworthy, reliable, intelligent, autonomous, robust, personalized, contextual, scalable, adaptive, and so on). We collaborate with colleagues at the IU Network Science Institute (IUNI)ISI FoundationYahoo Research, and many other institutions.

Active NaN projects

Hoaxy
Hoaxy
OSoMe
Observatory on Social Media (OSoMe)
Botometer
Botometer
COSINE
COSINE
Algorithmic Bias
Bias
Kinsey Reporter
Kinsey Reporter
Scholarometer
Science of Science
Web Traffic Analysis & Modeling
Online Behavior
computational-fact-checking
Fact-Checking

Archived NaN projects

Attention and Virality
Attention and Virality
DESPIC
DESPIC
Web Dynamics
Web Dynamics
Web Security
Web Security
GiveALink
GiveALink
Text & Link Modeling
Text & Link Modeling
Sixearch
Sixearch
Network Flow Analysis
Network Flow Analysis
WebGraph++
WebGraph++
InfoSpiders
InfoSpiders
Web Topologies
Web Topologies
IntelliShopper
IntelliShopper
ELSA
ELSA
LEE
LEE
BioNets
BioNets
ACE
ACE

Mathematical models add more options for life sciences, cancer researchers

941_imgThe use of mathematical modeling to better understand the origin and progression of life systems is the subject of American Scientist cover article Multiscale Modeling in Biology featuring the work of Prof. Santiago Schnell. A related paper authored by Schnell is ranked first among the Theoretical Biology & Medical Modelling most viewed articles of all time. This is a list of the most frequently accessed articles in the history of the journal, compiled using online access statistics of the publisher BioMedCentral. The article A multiscale mathematical model of cancer, and its use in analyzing irradiation therapies was coauthored with Benjamin Ribba and Thierry Colin, and appeared in Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 3:7 (2006). More…