My main thread is using information theory to better understand the behavior of complex dynamical systems.
Computational science combines mathematical modeling and computer simulations to make predictions about real-world phenomena.
Workshops, conferences, special issues, committees, editorial boards.
I am invited as a Visiting Scholar for a 2-month visit to the Yale University's School of Medicine to work together with Smita Krishnaswamy on causality inference in high-quality gene regulatory data (July-August 2017).
Willem Vermeulen has been awarded the Lanciersprijs for his outstanding B.Sc. thesis on the domestic migration in the Tilburg region and Rotterdam between 1815 and 1900, a data analysis of digitized municipal data records of 1.6 million persons. Similarly, last year Seyla Wachlin earned the Student Research Award.
I was granted a Visiting Fellowship for a 2-month visit to the Complexity Institute in the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
I was one of the main organizers of the Conference on Complex Systems 2016 (700+ participants) which takes place Sept. 19—22 in the historic Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam.