Keynote speakers

Mathematical Biology, in particular Evolutionary Game Theory.  Main research        areas include multiplayer game theory, models of food stealing (kleptoparasitism), the signalling behaviour of prey species, and evolutionary processes on graphs.

Title:  Game-theoretical modelling of a dynamically  evolving network


  • David Chavalarias, CNRS, Complex Systems Institute of Paris Ile-de-France, and Centre d’Analyse et de Mathématique Sociales, EHESS, France

Collective discovery and scientific discovery, Web mining and Quali-quantitative Epistemology, Cognitive economics and modeling of cultural dynamics

Title: What can be learned from the multi-level reconstruction of online political landscapes dynamics? The French Presidential Elections through the lens of Twitter data.


Computer simulation studies of Complex Systems in Solid State Physics, Theoretical Computer Science and Molecular Biology.

Title: Large deviation properties of random graphs  and  other random models


  • Yamir Moreno, Institut of Biocomputation and Physics of Complex Systems, Zaragoza University, Spain

Network theory and applications to  Socio-technical Systems, Epidemiology, Biological and Human Systems.

Title: Multilayer systems: from diffusion processes to transportation networks


  • Jean-Pierre Nadal, CNRS, Laboratoire de Physique Statistique, ENS, and Centre d’Analyse et de Mathématique Sociales, EHESS, France

Statistical Physics of Information Processing in Biological and Social Networks

Title: Dynamics of the 2005 French riots: a data-driven epidemiological modeling


Interdisciplinary applications of Statistical Physics to Complex Systems, Critical Phenomena, Sociophysics. Agent-based models.

Title: Phase transitions in models of opinion dynamics


Evolution of social norms and institutions, learning in strategic environments, Game Theory and Finance
Title: The speed  of Innovation Diffusion in Complex Social Networks