11th Polish Symposium on Physics in Economy and Social Sciences

from Thursday, 1 July 2021 (06:10) to Saturday, 3 July 2021 (18:00)
ONLINE

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
1 Jul 2021
2 Jul 2021
3 Jul 2021
AM
08:50
Conference opening - Ryszard Kutner (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw) (until 09:00) ()
09:00
S1 - Ryszard Kutner (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 Network science and application to socio-economic systems - Shlomo Havlin (Bar-Ilan University)   ()
09:40 Social nucleation: From physics to group formation and opinion polarization - Frank Schweitzer (ETH Zürich)   ()
10:20 How accidental scientific success is? - Przemysław Nowak (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics)   ()
10:40 How to model a single scientist track record? - Grzegorz Siudem (Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
09:00
S4 - Stanisław Drożdż (Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences and Cracow University of Technology, Poland) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 The `endo-exo' problem in complex systems (ecology, earthquakes, financial volatility, epileptic seizures…) and how to disentangle the long-term memory (Hurst, etc.) from time-varying trends? - Didier Sornette (ETH Zürich)   ()
09:40 Social anatomy of a financial bubble - Rosario Mantegna (University of Palermo, Italy)   ()
10:20 Multiplicity of social attributes enhances Heider interactions in social triads - Janusz Hołyst (Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
09:00
S7 - Zdzisław Burda (AGH University of Science and Technology) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 The Dynamics of the Interbank Market: Statistical Stylized Facts and Agent-Based Models - Thomas Lux (University of Kiel)   ()
09:40 “Private Truths, Public Lies” within agent-based modeling. - Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)   ()
10:20 Education as a Complex System: Using physic methods for the analysis of students' learning behaviours in the context of programming education. - Tai Mai (Dublin City University)   ()
10:40 Biased voter model: How persuasive a small group can be? - Christos Charalambous   ()
PM
12:00
S2 - Paweł Sobkowicz (until 14:00) ()
12:00 Financial return distributions across markets and time scales - Stanisław Drożdż (Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences and Cracow University of Technology, Poland)   ()
12:40 Origin of multiscaling in finance and robust and statistically significant estimators - Tiziana Di Matteo (Department of Mathematics - King's College London)   ()
13:20 Evolving network analysis of S&P500 components. Covid19 influence on cross-correlation network structure. - Janusz Miśkiewicz (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wrocławiu)   ()
13:40 Impact of multilayer topology on source localization in complex networks - Robert Paluch (Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
16:00
S3 - Krzysztof Kułakowski (Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH University of Science and Technology) (until 18:00) ()
16:00 Sociophysics: what was right with my failed prediction of a 2020 Trump victory? - Serge Galam (CEVIPOF, SciencesPo and CNRS)   ()
16:40 Modelling time-varying interactions in complex systems: the Score-Driven Kinetic Ising Model - Fabrizio Lillo (University of Bologna and Scuola Normale Superiore (Italy))   ()
17:20 Noisy voter model of the parliamentary attendance data - Aleksejus Kononovicius (Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius University)   ()
17:40 Vulnerabilities of democratic electoral systems - Tomasz Raducha (Institute for Interdisciplinary Physics and Complex Systems (IFISC), Spain)   ()
12:00
S5 - Janusz Hołyst (Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology) (until 14:00) ()
12:00 Towards the Heider balance – standards and surprises - Krzysztof Kułakowski (AGH University of Science and Technology)   ()
12:40 Mutation of information in messages spreading processes in social networks - Patryk Bojarski (Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
13:00 Agent based model of anti-vaccination movements: simulations and comparison with empirical data - Paweł Sobkowicz (Narodowe Centrum Badań Jądrowych)   ()
13:20 Controlling epidemic spread by social distancing - Adam Kleczkowski (University of Strathclyde)   ()
16:00
S6 - Bartlomiej Dybiec (Jagiellonian University) (until 17:00) ()
16:00 From data to complex network control with applications to covid-19 pandemic and airline flight delays - Boleslaw Szymanski (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA)   ()
16:40 Do economic effects of the anti-COVID-19 lockdowns in different regions interact through supply chains? - Hiroyasu Inoue (University of Hyogo)   ()
17:00
Poster session (until 18:00) ()
17:00 Bi-layer temporal model of echo chambers and polarisation - Łukasz Gajewski (Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
17:01 Three-state opinion q-voter model with bounded confidence - Wojciech Radosz (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology) Maciej Doniec (wrocław university of science and technology)   ()
17:02 Diffusion of innovation on networks: agent-based vs. analytical approach - Angelika Abramiuk-Szurlej (Wrocław University of Science and Technology) Mikołaj Szurlej (Wrocław University of Science and Technology)   ()
17:03 Bias reduction in covariance matrices and its effects on high-dimensional portfolios. - Benito Rodriguez Camejo (CIMAT Monterrey)   ()
17:04 The spread of ideas in a network – the garbage can model - Dorota Żuchowska-Skiba (AGH Kraków)   ()
17:06 Multibranch multifractality and the phase transitions in the trading activity - Jarosław Klamut (University of Warsaw)   ()
17:07 Discontinous phase transitions in the generalized q-voter model on random graphs - Mr Arkadiusz Lipiecki (Wrocław University of Science and Technology) Jakub Pawłowski (Wrocław University of Science and Technology)   ()
17:08 From relation to interactions: a case study in Reddit website - Robert Jankowski (Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
17:09 Information Measure for Long Range Correlated Time Series - Pietro Murialdo (Politecnico di Torino)   ()
17:10 How social interactions lead to polarized relations? - Maciej Pawlik (Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology )   ()
17:11 Archetypal analysis and classical segmentation methods. Comparison of two approaches on financial data. - Urszula Grzybowska (Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW))   ()
17:12 Wealth transfer in an economy with two social groups - Thiago Dias (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná)   ()
17:13 Hierarchy depth in directed networks - Krzysztof Suchecki (Warsaw University of Technology)   ()
17:14 Scalable learning of independent cascade dynamics from partial observations - Mateusz Wilinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   ()
17:15 Discontinuous phase transitions in the multi-state noisy q-voter model: quenched vs. annealed disorder - Bartłomiej Nowak (Wrocław University of Science and Technology)   ()
17:16 Escaping polarization - Piotr Górski (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics)   ()
17:18 The Economic Impact of Modern Maritime Piracy - Jana Meles (Politechnika Warszawa)   ()
17:20 Finding optimal strategies in the Yard-Sale model using neuroevolution techniques - Julian Neñer (Balseiro Institute)   ()
17:21 Generic Features in the Spectral Decomposition of Correlation Matrices - Yuriy Stepanov   ()
17:22 In searching for possible relationships between the COVID-19 pandemic and the currency exchange rates via the Dynamic Time Warping method - Arkadiusz Orłowski (Katedra Sztucznej Inteligencji, Instytut Informatyki Technicznej, SGGW w Warszawie, Poland)   ()
17:42 Weighted Axelrod model - Zuzanna Kalinowska (Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, Jagiellonian University)   ()
12:00
S8 - Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology) (until 14:00) ()
12:00 Portfolio selection, shrinkage estimators and correlated samples - Zdzisław Burda (AGH University of Science and Technology)   ()
12:20 Critical phenomena in the market of competing firms induced by state interventionism - Ryszard Kutner (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw)   ()
13:00 The Growth and Reset model for social inequalities - Zoltan Neda (Dept. of Physics, Babes-Bolyai University)   ()
13:20 Cryptocurrencies and traditional financial markets during COVID - Marcin Wątorek (Politechnika Krakowska)   ()
13:40 What drives bitcoin? - Andres Garcia (CIMAT-MEXICO) Andres Garcia Medina (Mathematics Research Center)   ()
14:00
Closing ceremony - Ryszard Kutner (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw) (until 14:20) ()