Rick Quax was recently awarded a one-year fellowship in the Institute of Advanced Studies. As one of 9 appointed Fellows he will be responsible for building bridges between the many different disciplines that visit IAS with complex problems, such as financial complexity, (personalized) health and well-bring, and criminal networks. Fellows are also expected to pursue joint projects amongst themselves. Each Fellow is from a different background, including psychometry, humanities, and epidemiology. Rick’s background is informatics. His goal is to develop new theory for complex systems in general based on information theory, and apply them to different problems across the domains, which will then lead to new insights for his theory.
- October 22, 2019Our (now former) MSc student won the “Best Student Poster” title.
- October 22, 2019Shear thickening of dense suspensions: The role of friction
- October 20, 2019Location-Specific Comparison Between a 3D In-Stent Restenosis Model and Micro-CT and Histology Data from Porcine In Vivo Experiments
- October 20, 2019A particle‑based model for endothelial cell migration under flow conditions
- October 16, 2019Two open PhD positions in computational network science