JSI researchers at Winter School on Complexity Science 2017

Two researchers from Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) actively participated at Winter School on Complexity Science 2017 organised by Complexity Institute at Nanyang Technology University,  which took place in the beginning of March in Singapore. Afterwards, the researchers applied complexity science methods on the dataset they are working on in scope of their research. Please follow and like us:

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Video lecture from the Winter School on Complexity Science 2017

The recordings of Winter School on Complexity Science 2017 organised by Complexity Institute at  Nanyang Technological University were filmed, edited and published at Videolectures.NET.  Filming of the NTU Winter School 2017 was made possible by the Renoir Project. Please follow and like us:

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JSI secondments to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in October 2016

In October 2016, 4 researchers from the AILAB at IJS completed their first secondment to Center of Network Science and Technology (NeST), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The secondment served as the beginning of collaboration between the two research groups and identification of potential common research topics. Please follow and like us:

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First video lecture concerning RENOIR Project available on-line!

Jan Chołoniewski from Politechnika Warszawska presented results of a study entitled ”Information Flow Between News Articles: Slovene Media Case Study” at the SiKDD conference 2016 in Slovenia on October 10th, 2016. All presentations of the conference are available at @Videolectures.net , including Jan’s presentations focused on results from the RENOIR project http://videolectures.net/sikdd2016_choloniewski_slovene_media/.   Please follow […]

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Podcast about RENOIR Project available on Polish Radio TOK FM website

First interview about RENOIR Project with RENOIR Coordinator- Prof. Janusz Hołyst in Polish “Jak zbadać, kto pierwszy wypuścił newsa? Odpowiada prof. Janusz Hołyst, kierownik badań prowadzonych w ramach projektu RENOIR” is available on Polish Radio TOK FM website. Link to the Podcast: http://audycje.tokfm.pl/podcast/Jak-zbadac-kto-pierwszy-wypuscil-newsa-Odpowiada-prof-Janusz-Holyst-kierownik-badan-prowadzonych-w-ramach-projektu-RENOIR/46761 Please follow and like us:

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Fascinating visualisation of Slovenian Press Agency data

Fascinating visualisation of Slovenian Press Agency data done by Wrocław University of Science and Technology researchers as part of the RENOIR Project. The structure of keywords of 25 years of press articles of Slovenian Press Agency, STA. Unlayouted, with weights and detected topic groups. This is how topics interacted over 25 years. Visualization – deliberately […]

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Today Dr. Bródka from PWR will give a talk at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Today Dr. Bródka from PWR will give a talk on The Current Challenges in the Area of Spreading Processes in Multilayer Networks at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Abstract The spreading processes in complex network and multilayer complex networks are among the fastest developing topics in modern network science. However, joining those two areas together results in […]

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Project RENOIR was reported by the monthly journal of Warsaw University of Technology

Project RENOIR was reported by the monthly journal of Warsaw University of Technology “Physicists Talk about Twitter, or How to Trace Information on the Internet” Acticle in Polish language available here: https://www.pw.edu.pl/Badania-i-nauka/Badania-Innowacje-Technologie-BIT-PW/Mowi-fizyk-o-Twitterze-czyli-jak-sledzic-ruch-informacji-w-sieci Please follow and like us:

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On 16th Feb. Piotr Szymański (PWR) gave a seminar at JSI

Piotr Szymański (PWR) gave a seminar about data-driven label space division for multi-label classification and have received numerous, wonderful and very useful feedback on how to improve his work and approaches. The secondment in Ljublana is funded by the Renoir Project. Here’s the presentation link: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.4659010 Please follow and like us:

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