Complex Systems Summer School 2019-Icebreaker papers

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Complex Systems Summer School 2019

Titles that came up during the icebreaker at SFI:

  • R you ready for this? An agent-based model of the propagation of programming languages and their impact on data analysis methods across disciplines
  • Danger Danger! How social information processing saves communities
  • Modelling the limits. Biological and social information processing
  • From metaphors to models. How modes of thought influence scientific research
  • The cognitive limits of decision-making affects social organisation
  • Archaeogaming to generate urban design
  • Population on the move. Modelling social networks of people and communities.
  • A turbulent state of mind
  • Designing for death
  • Social networks for plumbers
  • Turbulent dynamics of riots
  • Basins of attraction for social groups
  • Self-organizing power grids by Reinforcement Learning for maximal resilience.
  • Modelling the dynamics of wireless communications through reservoir computing.
  • Automating unbiased learning.
  • Effects of 5G adoption on social segregation
  • Stitching together local time series with physical boundary conditions
  • Molecular communications in heterogeneous cellular environments
  • Stability of hybrid quantum-classical communication channels
  • Cat People and Dog Biomes: How personality affects choice of model organism
  • Inventory management strategies for metabolic networks in microbial populations
  • Application of microbial resource use strategies to retail space design
  • Synergies and Detriments: when microbes and culture collide
  • Horizontal gene transfer in simulated particle systems
  • Scale-invariant stress perturbations: from micro- to macro-ecosystems
  • Scaling indivudal models to predict population behavior
  • Birth and Death in different disciplines
  • Economical drivers of systems collapse
  • Modeling Ecological Theory of Metastasis
  • Neurological Networks in Consumerism
  • Supply chain analysis of gene therapy
  • Identifying features for building balanced datasets for medical analysis
  • Cancer as a unicellular organism: an evolutionary perspective
  • Developing processes for creating new antibiotics from fungal ecosystems
  • Transaction behavior optimization in financial networks
  • Evolution of nervous system in life