Mobility Networks in Cities - Webinar of Computational Social Science Laboratory (CSSL@CUHK)


19 Jan 2022


16:00 – 17:30 (GMT+8)




Dr. Marc Barthelemy, Research Director, Institute of Theoretical Physics (IPhT), France

Biography of Speaker:

Dr. Marc Barthelemy is a Research Director at the Institute of Theoretical Physics (IPhT) in Saclay, France.  He worked on applications of statistical physics to complex systems, complex networks, theoretical epidemiology, and spatial networks.  Focusing on both data analysis and modeling, he is currently working on various aspects of urban systems.

Event Details:

What will happen when Social Science meets Computer Science? Can social scientists benefit from computer science research?

You’re cordially invited to join the webinar of the Computational Social Science Laboratory (CSSL) @ CUHK, “Mobility Networks in Cities”, with the details below:


Date: 19 January 2022 (Wednesday)

Time: 16:00 – 17:30 (GMT+8)

Speaker: Dr. Marc Barthelemy, Research Director, Institute of Theoretical Physics (IPhT), France

Format: Webinar


                (Meeting ID: 986 9091 1804; Passcode: 776464)

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Large amounts of data are now being produced, collected, and analysed at unprecedented speed, breadth, depth, and scale. Focusing on the development and application of computational methods for complex and large-scale human behavior and behavioral change, Computational Social Science addresses fundamental questions about individuals and collectives, and major social problems. With the aim to promote interdisciplinary collaborations in addressing substantive social science questions, the CSSL@CUHK was formed in April 2021.


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