World-renowned statistical physicist Alessandro Vespignani was installed as Northeastern University’s Sternberg Family Distinguished University Professor of Physics on Tuesday in the Raytheon Amphitheater.
Alessandro Vespignani, Northeastern’s newly appointed Sternberg Family Distinguished University Professor of Physics, was recognized for his research on the spread of epidemics.
Network scientists David Lazer and Alessandro Vespignani are awarded a major grant for interdisciplinary work analyzing the interdependence of networks in different kinds of systems.
Alessandro Vespignani, a world-renowned statistical physicist, has conducted landmark research on the spread of viruses.
Ginestra Bianconi, assistant professor of physics, is part of an international research team whose new findings cite a major a breakthrough in making superconductors more efficient.
Network scientists at Northeastern collaborate on first large-scale map of a plant’s protein network, which could one day help treat human disease.
Network scientists at Northeastern find that Google’s PageRank algorithm can reveal complex interactions in other kinds of networks, such as the human body.
Director of Northeastern’s Center for Complex Network Research wins recognition from science foundation based in Italy
In this month’s cover story in the journal Nature, Northeastern researchers provide a pathway to greater control of complex systems, including biological and social networks.
Network science researchers find that disasters trigger rapid rise in mobile communications, suggesting changes in emergency response policy
The latest paper from Northeastern’s Center for Complex Network Research provides a clearer picture of molecular interactions within cells, and their potential to cause disease
More than one million Smartphones in China have been crippled—an event predicted last year by Northeastern network scientists studying mobile phone viruses