Collins Conference Room
Seminar
Speaker: 
Christian Kuehn (Technical University of Münich)

This event is by invitation only.

Abstract: Drastic sudden large changes in complex systems are difficult to analyze since they are always coupled to some form of instability. In this context, rather advanced mathematical methods are needed to quantify the multiscale effects near the instability, or even to determine whether there are early-warning signs to predict the critical transition before it occurs. In this talk I shall outline progress made in recent years to accomplish these tasks. The key areas I shall focus on are spatial stochastic models and adaptive networks.

 

Purpose: 
Research Collaboration
SFI Host: 
David Wolpert