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Research

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
Nov 22, 2022
Sep 13, 2022 Newsletter IXXI Septembre 2022
Mar 02, 2022 L'Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 propose un poste de Maître ou Maîtresse de conférence en Modélisation biostatistique et Intelligence Artificielle.
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.