Dr. Sauro Succi visits CSL and IAS

Dr. Sauro Succi visits CSL and IAS

Dr. Sauro Succi, a renowned pioneer of the lattice Boltzmann method and the 2017 recipient of the Rahman Prize for Computational Physics, has been appointed as guest professor of Computational Science at UvA from May 1, 2017. On this occasion he is visiting Amsterdam...

Education Innovation Award

  On February 9 Peter Sloot receives the Education Innovation Award from Dr. Olga Vasilyeva, Russian Minister of Education and Science, in the name of the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitri Medvedev. The award celebrates the advancement of the scientific method in...

Future of health: eHealth

Globally, healthcare systems face major challenges with medicines management and medication adherence. Medication adherence determines medication effectiveness and can be the single most effective intervention for improving health outcomes. In anticipation of growth...
The Fire of Life – TEDx talk by Peter Sloot

The Fire of Life – TEDx talk by Peter Sloot

Greek mythology talks about Prometheus who stole fire from heaven to animate his clay men. My central conjecture is that what Prometheus stole was not fire but information in the form of Gibbs free energy. This resulted in our complex world, with zillions of molecules...

CORE classification in ICCS

ICCS is an A-rank conference in CORE classification and one of the most cited events and publications in computational science according to Google Scholar, with h5-index=37 and h5-median=57. For more information, click...

How to quantify synergy in complex systems

  Quantifying synergy among stochastic variables is an important open problem in information theory. Information synergy occurs when multiple sources together predict an outcome variable better than the sum of single-source predictions. As simple examples,...