ISI is restructuring its organization chart, for such reason some information is not available at the moment.

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Results in Statistical Physics and Computational Systems Biology

Data Interfaces aims to experiment with the development of interfaces and formats for data rich scenarios by merging the competences of communication design, complex systems science, and computer science.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

This fourth and last project meeting is not only the usual check point of the activities of the project within the consortium but also, more importantly, as a moment to assess the final integration effort and joint research among the partners and among the Work Packages, in preparation for the last review meeting. The meeting will allow, as the previous years, all partners to provide a summary of the activities undertaken and the progress of the research activities.

Monday, April 7, 2014

The school will introduce the concepts and tools of graph theory, statistical physics, statistical analysis,modeling, and visualization used in the field of complex networks. The lectures will start from the introduction of concepts of graph theory and of how to statistically characterize and model the structure of large-scale networks.

A discrete model of water with two distinct glassy phases

Aligning graphs and finding substructures by message passing

Computational modeling of phosphotransfer complexes in two-component signaling

Inference of direct residue contacts in two-component signaling

Inference of sparse combinatorial-control networks from gene-expression data: a message passing approach

Data reliability in complex directed networks

Physics peeks into the ballot box

Stationary growth and unique invariant harmonic measure of cylindrical DLA

Activity clocks: spreading dynamics on temporal networks of human contact

Modeling the emergence of universality in color naming patterns

Statistical physics of social dynamics