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My answers to the five questions:
What topics do you have some expertise in and would you be willing to help others learn them?
I have some research experience in the structure of complex networks and dynamical process taking place on them (epidemic spreading and games, etc), but I must deem that I just have some basic knowledge about these issues.
What do you want to learn at the CSSS?
Currently I have interest in modeling complex adaptive systems, especially such as social and ecological systems. Since I am just a beginner, what I concern most is the fundamental ideas and the general analytical methods to address these systems.
Do you have any projects or research interests that would benefit from an interdisciplinary approach?
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Do you have any ideas for what sort of project you would like to do this summer?
Many topics concerning complex systems attract me much; I'm not restricted to any particular problem. If possible, I would like to do some research work related to social systems in the summer school, such as opinion formation, culture propagation, etc.
Suppose you could travel one-hundred years in the future and ask researchers any three questions. What would those questions be? 1).When considering complex systems, which side should we prefer to rely on: models or theory? 2).To what extent should we believe what scientists say? 3).Does PhD mean that Permanent Head Damage?^_^
Currently I am a second year Ph.D. candidate of Institute of Theoretical Physics at Lanzhou University. My research activity is mainly focused on structural and dynamic properties of complex networks, evolutionary game theory. I am looking forward to have a great time with you all in the CSSS.