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ICTP-SAIFR 2020

ICTP-SAIFR School on Biological Physics: from Molecular to Macroscopic Scale. March 9-14, 2020. São Paulo, Brazil

Description:    

Biological physics is a rapidly developing research area, attracting and challenging researchers from physical, mathematical and biological sciences. The primary purpose of this school is to provide the participants (that normally come from different research fields) with a solid physical background on fundamental theoretical, experimental and computational concepts commonly used to study soft- and bio-matter systems from the molecular to the cellular scale, and to cross-pollinate these different disciplines.

 

Covering a broad spectrum of biophysical topics from highly charged, molecular Coulomb systems to the collective behavior of active particles and a broad spectrum of methodological approaches such as advanced constant-pH simulation techniques or recent developments in the foundations of non-equilibrium statistical physics, the school aims at discussing basic concepts as well as state-of-the-art research, and at fostering constructive interactions between theory, simulations and experiments. To this end, a series of about 10 topical lectures will be complemented by discussion and exercise sessions.

There is no registration fee and limited funds are available for travel and local expenses.

Lecturers:

  • Leandro Barbosa (USP-São Paulo, Brazil): Experimental techniques in structural biophysics
  • Fernando Barroso (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil): Peculiar electrostatic mechanisms observed in biomolecular systems and constant-pH simulations
  • Ralf Eichhorn (NORDITA, Sweden): Brownian motion and non-equilibrium statistical physics
  • Shaker Chuck Farah (IQ-USP, Brazil): Proteins and nucleic acids: basic concepts and challenges?
  • Moyses Nussenzveig (UFRJ, Brazil): Cell membrane biophysics with optical tweezers
  • Antonio Carlos Roque (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil): Neuronal networks (biological and artificial)
  • Frederico Tavares (UFRJ, Brazil): Ion-specific effects on biocolloidal systems
  • Julia Yeomans (University of Oxford, UK): Challenges in active matter: connecting molecular and microscopic scales?

Organizers:

  • Fernando Barroso (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
  • Ralf Eichhorn (NORDITA, Sweden)

Application deadline: January 12, 2020

Information:  https://www.ictp-saifr.org/school-on-biological-physics-from-molecular-to-macroscopic-scale/

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ICTP-SAIFR School on Applications of Nonlinear Systems to Socio-Economic Complexity
Start time:  April 14, 2020
Ends on:   April 18, 2020

Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Venue: IFT-UNESP

Description:    

Complexity science is a new research field which focuses on complex systems with numerous components interacting with each other and their environment in many different ways. Intrinsically interdisciplinary, complex systems occur in all of nature and complexity concepts are applied in various scientific areas including the social and economic sciences.

Complex socio-economic phenomena, such as financial crises, epidemics, crime propagation and opinion formation can be studied through complexity concepts and appropriate mathematical and computational modelling. Developing such formalisms and validation protocols are some of the new challenges of this new research field.

The school aims to provide an interdisciplinary training to PhD students interested in complex systems and its applications to social research. Lectures will cover theoretical and computational aspects of complex systems and present the current research trends in the field.

This activity will be followed by the Workshop on Sociophysics: Social Phenomena from a Physics Perspective. Candidates may apply either for one or both activities. There is no registration fee and limited funds are available for travel and local expenses.

For information about previous activities related to the series “Topics in Nonlinear Dynamics: Fundamentals and Applications”, please visit the websites:

Lecturers:

Organizers:

  • Pablo Balenzuela (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • Hilda Cerdeira (IFT-UNESP, Brazil)
  • Cristina Masoller (Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain)

Application deadline: February 9, 2020

Information:  https://www.ictp-saifr.org/school-on-applications-of-nonlinear-systems-to-socio-economic-complexity/

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ICTP-SAIFR Workshop on Sociophysics: Social Phenomena from a Physics Perspective
Start time:   April 19, 2020
Ends on:    April 23, 2020

Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Venue: IFT-UNESP

Description:    

The application of techniques of statistical (and other areas of) physics to understand the dynamics of social systems is currently one of the hottest topics in the study of complex systems. The so-called Sociophysics has attracted the attention of a large number of scientists from areas such as physics, computer science, and mathematics, as well as the humanities.

This meeting will bring together physicists and other scientists from all over the world to focus on open issues in social modelling and to identify the new directions in which this interdisciplinary field is evolving.

This activity will be preceded by the ‘School on Applications of Nonlinear Systems to Socio-Economic Complexity’.  There is no registration fee.

Topics:

  • Opinion dynamics
  • Fake news and rumor spreading
  • Human crowd dynamics
  • Culture evolution
  • Emergence of revolutions and terrorism
  • Social networks formation and coevolution
  • Dynamics of urban agglomerations
Invited Speakers: 
  • Alex Arenas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain)
  • Pablo Balenzuela (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • Guillaume Deffuant* (Lisc, France)
  • Silvio Ferreira (UFV, Brazil)
  • Jose Fernando Fontanari (IFSC/USP, Brazil)
  • Serge Galam (SciPol, France)
  • José Roberto Iglesias (UNILA, Brazil)
  • Marcelo Kuperman (CAB, Bariloche, Argentina)
  • Fabiana Laguna (CAB, Bariloche, Argentina)
  • Francisco WS Lima (UFPI, Brazil)
  • Vittorio Loreto* (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
  • Alexandre Martinez (USP-RP, Brazil)
  • Hernán Makse (City College, CUNY, USA)
  • Maxi San Miguel (IFISC, UIB-CSIC, Spain)
  • Mauro Mobilia* (University of Leeds, UK)
  • Yamir Moreno* (University of Zaragoza, Spain)
  • Andrea Rapisarda (University of Catania, Italy)
  • Fabiano Ribeiro (UFLA, Brazil)
  • Frank Schweitzer*(ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Viktoriya Semeshenko (IIEP, Argentina)
  • José Soares-Andrade Jr (UFC, Brazil)
  • Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Wroclaw University, Poland)
  • Raul Toral (IFISC, UIB-CSIC, Spain)

*to be confirmed

Registration deadline: February 9, 2020 

Information:  https://www.ictp-saifr.org/workshop-on-sociophysics-social-phenomena-from-a-physics-perspective/

 
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ICTP-SAIFR School on Biological Physics: from Molecular to Macroscopic Scale
Start time:  March 9, 2020
Ends on:   March 14, 2020

Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Venue: IFT-UNESP

Description:    

Biological physics is a rapidly developing research area, attracting and challenging researchers from physical, mathematical and biological sciences. The primary purpose of this school is to provide the participants (that normally come from different research fields) with a solid physical background on fundamental theoretical, experimental and computational concepts commonly used to study soft- and bio-matter systems from the molecular to the cellular scale, and to cross-pollinate these different disciplines.

Covering a broad spectrum of biophysical topics from highly charged, molecular Coulomb systems to the collective behavior of active particles and a broad spectrum of methodological approaches such as advanced constant-pH simulation techniques or recent developments in the foundations of non-equilibrium statistical physics, the school aims at discussing basic concepts as well as state-of-the-art research, and at fostering constructive interactions between theory, simulations and experiments. To this end, a series of about 10 topical lectures will be complemented by discussion and exercise sessions.

There is no registration fee and limited funds are available for travel and local expenses.

Lecturers:

  • Leandro Barbosa (USP-São Paulo, Brazil): Experimental techniques in structural biophysics 
  • Fernando Barroso (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil): Peculiar electrostatic mechanisms observed in biomolecular systems and constant-pH simulations
  • Ralf Eichhorn (NORDITA, Sweden): Brownian motion and non-equilibrium statistical physics
  • Shaker Chuck Farah (IQ-USP, Brazil): Proteins and nucleic acids: basic concepts and challenges?
  • Moyses Nussenzveig (UFRJ, Brazil): Cell membrane biophysics with optical tweezers
  • Antonio Carlos Roque (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil): Neuronal networks (biological and artificial) 
  • Frederico Tavares (UFRJ, Brazil): Ion-specific effects on biocolloidal systems 
  • Julia Yeomans (University of Oxford, UK): Challenges in active matter: connecting molecular and microscopic scales?

Organizers:

  • Fernando Barroso (USP-Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
  • Ralf Eichhorn (NORDITA, Sweden)

Application deadline: January 12, 2020

Information:  https://www.ictp-saifr.org/school-on-biological-physics-from-molecular-to-macroscopic-scale/

======================================================
ICTP-SAIFR School on Applications of Nonlinear Systems to Socio-Economic Complexity
Start time:  April 14, 2020
Ends on:   April 18, 2020

Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Venue: IFT-UNESP

Description:    

Complexity science is a new research field which focuses on complex systems with numerous components interacting with each other and their environment in many different ways. Intrinsically interdisciplinary, complex systems occur in all of nature and complexity concepts are applied in various scientific areas including the social and economic sciences.

Complex socio-economic phenomena, such as financial crises, epidemics, crime propagation and opinion formation can be studied through complexity concepts and appropriate mathematical and computational modelling. Developing such formalisms and validation protocols are some of the new challenges of this new research field.

The school aims to provide an interdisciplinary training to PhD students interested in complex systems and its applications to social research. Lectures will cover theoretical and computational aspects of complex systems and present the current research trends in the field.

This activity will be followed by the Workshop on Sociophysics: Social Phenomena from a Physics Perspective. Candidates may apply either for one or both activities. There is no registration fee and limited funds are available for travel and local expenses.

For information about previous activities related to the series “Topics in Nonlinear Dynamics: Fundamentals and Applications”, please visit the websites:

Lecturers:

Organizers:

  • Pablo Balenzuela (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • Hilda Cerdeira (IFT-UNESP, Brazil)
  • Cristina Masoller (Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain)

Application deadline: February 9, 2020

Information:  https://www.ictp-saifr.org/school-on-applications-of-nonlinear-systems-to-socio-economic-complexity/

=======================================================
ICTP-SAIFR Workshop on Sociophysics: Social Phenomena from a Physics Perspective
Start time:   April 19, 2020 
Ends on:    April 23, 2020 

Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Venue: IFT-UNESP

Description:    

The application of techniques of statistical (and other areas of) physics to understand the dynamics of social systems is currently one of the hottest topics in the study of complex systems. The so-called Sociophysics has attracted the attention of a large number of scientists from areas such as physics, computer science, and mathematics, as well as the humanities.

This meeting will bring together physicists and other scientists from all over the world to focus on open issues in social modelling and to identify the new directions in which this interdisciplinary field is evolving.

This activity will be preceded by the ‘School on Applications of Nonlinear Systems to Socio-Economic Complexity’.  There is no registration fee.

Topics:

  • Opinion dynamics
  • Fake news and rumor spreading
  • Human crowd dynamics
  • Culture evolution
  • Emergence of revolutions and terrorism
  • Social networks formation and coevolution
  • Dynamics of urban agglomerations
Invited Speakers: 
  • Alex Arenas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain)
  • Pablo Balenzuela (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • Guillaume Deffuant* (Lisc, France)
  • Silvio Ferreira (UFV, Brazil)
  • Jose Fernando Fontanari (IFSC/USP, Brazil)
  • Serge Galam (SciPol, France)
  • José Roberto Iglesias (UNILA, Brazil)
  • Marcelo Kuperman (CAB, Bariloche, Argentina)
  • Fabiana Laguna (CAB, Bariloche, Argentina)
  • Francisco WS Lima (UFPI, Brazil)
  • Vittorio Loreto* (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
  • Alexandre Martinez (USP-RP, Brazil)
  • Hernán Makse (City College, CUNY, USA)
  • Maxi San Miguel (IFISC, UIB-CSIC, Spain)
  • Mauro Mobilia* (University of Leeds, UK)
  • Yamir Moreno* (University of Zaragoza, Spain)
  • Andrea Rapisarda (University of Catania, Italy)
  • Fabiano Ribeiro (UFLA, Brazil)
  • Frank Schweitzer*(ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Viktoriya Semeshenko (IIEP, Argentina)
  • José Soares-Andrade Jr (UFC, Brazil)
  • Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Wroclaw University, Poland)
  • Raul Toral (IFISC, UIB-CSIC, Spain)

*to be confirmed

Registration deadline: February 9, 2020 

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