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Shock Propagation on Interacting Economic Networks

March 1, 2018

Results obtained in theoretical network models suggest that the interconnected nature of networks causes qualitatively different behavior and robustness than one could observe examining only isolated subsystems.

Milán Janosov Receives Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students

February 14, 2018

Milán Janosov - PhD student at the Center for Network Science - has received the Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students for the 2016/2017 academic year. Congratulations!

Tamer Khraisha Receives Award for Advanced Doctoral Students

February 13, 2018

Tamer Khraisha - PhD student at the Center for Network Science - has received the Award for Advanced Doctoral Students for outstanding student research. Congratulations!

Complex Brain Networks: Applications and Issues

February 7, 2018

The brain can be regarded as a network: nodes represent different specialized regions, and links represent communication pathways between the regions. In his recent talk at CNS, Mario Chavez, a professor at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), gave the audience an introduction of the recent progress of applying graph analysis techniques to quantify brain dysfunctions.

Measuring Personalization in Online Services

January 29, 2018

We are nowadays used to navigating the internet to answer many of our questions and to satisfy our needs, such as booking a hotel or buying a flight ticket. While we absorb information from the web, however, we are also leaving our fingerprints there. “Until 10 years ago, it was taken for granted that everybody saw the same content online,” points out Ancsa Hannak, a research associate at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and a Visiting Professor at the Central European University.