Computational Methods for Networks
Quantitative network science, the science of analyzing networks, has become increasingly important in the past years. It is not confined to any single scientific discipline but similar quantitative needs arise in various fields such as, for example, statistics, mathematics, informatics, physics, engineering, genetics, medicine, biology, and social sciences. This workshop intends to provide an interdisciplinary overview on how network analysis is currently used to address different research questions in various areas at the LMU.
The workshop is organised in cooperation with the LMU Quantitative and Computational Systems Science Center (QCSSC).
Abendvortrag am 9. November 2015 um 18.30 Uhr:
Prof. Dr. Paul Embrechts – "Model Risk, Solvency, and Risk Aggregation"
Paul Embrechts ist Professor für Mathematik an der ETH Zürich.
Please find video recordings of this Research Focus here: CASVideo – Quantitative Network Science.