June 14 to June 25, 2021 | University College London | Virtual event



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Andrea Baronchelli
Andrea is a Reader in Mathematics at City, University of London and Economic Data Science theme lead at The Alan Turing Institute. Andrea researches self-organisation and emerging phenomena in social and economic systems. In particular, coordination and spreading phenomena on social networks, behaviour change, blockchain and cryptos, online marketplaces, human mobility, and fundamental problems in network science.
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Joshua Becker
Joshua is an Assistant Professor at the UCL School of Management, University College London. Joshua received their PhD in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with the Kellogg School of Management. Prior to graduate school, Joshua worked professionally in mediation and conflict resolution, spent some time managing training and coaching for a customer service department, and now serves as a pro-bono mediator with the Chicago Conflict Resolution Center. Joshua's research focuses on communication networks and collective intelligence.
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Nicola Perra
Nicola is an Associate Professor (Reader) in Network Science at the Business School of Greenwich University, London, UK. Nicola's research focuses on human dynamics, big-data analytics, network science, and mathematical/digital epidemiology. In particular, his interests lie on the characterization and modeling of dynamical processes unfolding on time-varying and multiplex networks, human adaptive behaviors, data-driven modeling of infectious diseases, and the study of Online/Offline Social Networks.
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Milena Tsvetkova
Milena is an Assistant Professor of Computational Social Science at the Department of Methodology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Previously, Milena was a Postdoctoral Researcher in Computational Social Science at the Oxford Internet Institute. Milena uses large-scale online experiments, network analysis, and computational modeling to study fundamental social phenomena such as cooperation, contagion, segregation, and inequality.
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Mike Yeomans
Mike is an Assistant Professor in Strategy and Organisational Behaviour at Imperial College Business School. In their research, Mike uses natural language processing to study decision-making in conversation.


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Sam Dupret
Sam is a cognitive science student, currently working as a research assistant at the UCL School of Management. Sam is passionate about good and impactful science, even more so if involves multiplayer experiments!


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