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IXXI currently hosts four research teams in its project hotel:

 

DANTE - Temporal and Structural Capture Approach

Lay solid foundations to the characterisation of dynamic networks, and to the field of dynamic processes occurring on large scale dynamic networks.
 

Sisyphe -  Signals, Systems and Physics

Signal processing, physics and applied mathematics for analyses and modelling of complex data, graphs, networks, or complex systems (applications: data of social and human activities, biological signals or images, genomic data, data from physics experiments, technological networks,...)
 

Dice - Data economy

The DICE team investigates the mechanisms at work in the digital revolution and the impact of such a revolution. DICE focuses on algorithmic intermediation and the asymetry of information.

CAC - cliometrics and Complexity

The team CAC is an attempt to bring together active researchers and professors from interdisciplinary fields.

 

 

Actualités
Jun 22, 2021 The graduate school "Confinement-Controlled Chemistry" is looking for top-class graduate students with an interest in exploring the influence of geometrical confinement on reactions. Our graduate school offers a three-year-program, starting October 1st 2021 latest (preferably earlier), that combines cutting-edge research with a structured curriculum (in English) of lectures, colloquia and workshops in the fields of theory, spectroscopy, synthesis, and surface science. The program also comprises the opportunity for an integrated three-month research stay, preferably at the University of California.
Mar 31, 2021 Newsletter IXXI - AVRIL 2021
Mar 25, 2021 Appel à candidatures 2021 Prix de Thèse Systèmes Complexes Depuis 2017, l’Institut des Systèmes Complexes de Paris IdF (ISC-PIF) et ses partenaires décernent annuellement un prix de thèse dont l’objectif est de mettre à l’honneur la recherche dans le domaine des systèmes complexes et de distinguer les travaux de jeunes chercheur·euse·s particulièrement prometteur·euse.s.
Dec 16, 2020