Complex systems are characterized by their emergent behavior as a non-trivial result of the evolution of a considerable number of microscopic units that interact with each other. Expressed in other words: the study of complex systems seeks to understand the behavior and properties of the whole system that can not be derived directly from the study of the properties of its parts in isolation.
This is the essence of the research of complex systems, where the nature of the units is irrelevant. Associated strategies to address the study of a specific phenomenon, then, may be widely shared by a large number of phenomena characteristic of various disciplines. Even we can say that the complexity of the science itself is the result of the fusion of different disciplines and approaches on the same challenge. Therefore, the study of complex systems integrates problems and merges methodologies that can have very different origins.
The creation of the UBICS will join efforts of several groups of related research that will:
Barcelona Aula A11G, 3a pta, Facultat de Física, UB 12/02/2020
Minicurs Xarxes Complexes
Data: 12, 19, 26 de Febrer i 4 de Març (13:30-15h)
Lloc: Aula A11G, Facultat de Física, UB
Professors: Maria Àngels Serrano, Marián Boguñá, Albert Diaz-Guilera i Jordi Soriano
+ info: http://ubics.ub.edu/mini_curs_xarxes
Seminar by Guillermo García [University of Turku] DATE: 28 January 2020 (14:30h) PLACE: Aula 3.20, 3rd floor, Faculty of Physics (Dpt.Física de la Matèria Condensada) TITLE: Pairwise tomography networks for many-body quantum systems
CLABB grants 20/01/2020
There is one junior postdoc position available to work at the Universitat de Barcelona Institute of Complex Systems (UBICS) in the project “Nonlinear dynamics in complex multilayer networks under uncertainty (NETUND)”.
UBICS projects 20/12/2019
Minicurs Xarxes Complexes Data: 12, 19, 26 de Febrer i 4 de Març (13:30-15h) Lloc: Aula A11G, Facultat de Física, UB Professors: Maria Àngels Serrano, Marián Boguñá, Albert Diaz-Guilera i Jordi Soriano + info: http://ubics.ub.edu/mini_curs_xarxes