Northeastern researcher elected president of the Complex Systems Society

Alessandro Vespig­nani, the Stern­berg Family Dis­tin­guished Uni­ver­sity Pro­fessor of physics, com­puter sci­ence and health sci­ences, believes that com­plex sys­tems sci­ence has the poten­tial to solve real-​​world challenges.

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Stats goes cool

On Friday I got to pre­tend I was a stu­dent again. I sat in on Auroop Ganguly’s grad­uate class, Applied Time Series and Spa­tial Sta­tis­tics for the second of two guest […]

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Guest Post: More debate analysis from Twitter

Debate season is an exciting time for pro­fessor David Lazer’s lab, and I’m delighted to be able to bring you more analysis from their team. This time, research assis­tant pro­fessor Yu-​​​​Ru […]

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A new journal for a new science

Here’s a sta­tistic for you: From internet and mobile phone use to credit card trans­ac­tions and voting records, we now gen­erate more socio-​​​​economic data each 1.2 years than we did […]

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New technologies beget new science

Since you’re reading this blog, you’ve prob­ably heard of net­work sci­ence and big data by now. It’s the field of research in which sci­en­tists leverage the amazing amounts of data […]