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Barabási Awarded Bolyai Prize

May 31, 2019

We are proud to announce that our Visiting Professor Albert-László Barabási has been awarded the Bolyai Prize on May 29, 2019.

The Bolyai Prize is a privately founded scientific award in Hungary to recognize major achievements in science.  

Congratulations!

Read more about the Bolyai Prize (in Hungarian): http://www.bolyaidij.hu/

Applying Network Methods and Theory to Psychological Constructs: Psychological Attributes and Mental Disorders

May 28, 2019

Network science as an emerging field has great potential in numerous disciplines. Srebrenka Letina, a third-year Ph.D. candidate at DNDS and junior researcher at Centre for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences explores these possibilities in the field of psychology treating psychological constructs as complex systems.

Online Social Bots and Alternative Economy

May 16, 2019

On March 22, 2019, Abdullah Alrhmoun and Teodoro Criscione presented their PhD research proposals at the Department of Network and Data Science. 

The Micro-Dynamic Nature of Team Interactions: Who’s Gonna Be in Charge?

May 8, 2019

Study of team dynamics is a quite intensively exploited area of research, which lies at the crossroads of sociology, social psychology and computational social science.

A Robust Network Design for Synchromodal Freight Transportation

April 23, 2019

Handling volume at maritime ports in the EU-28 in 2017 reached 4.0 billion tons/190.5 million 20ft containers (Eurostat, 2018). Hinterland transportation network needs to be strengthened to deal with the corresponding demand. The research objective of our first-year PhD student Rafiazka Hilman will be to explore the dynamics and robustness of multiple freight transportation modalities which are available to bring connectivity between the seaport and inland areas: road network for trucks, waterway network for barge and railway network for trains.