ECCS 2011 satellite

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The European Conference on Complex Systems (ECCS) is the major European Conference on the Complexity Science field and its multidisciplinary applications. Since 2004, there is a ECCS annual conference, and since 2011 ComplexWorld has organized a satellite event during the ECCS helping to build up the bridge among the Complex Systems community and the ATM world. Hence, 2011 was the first CW satellite meeting in ECCS:


2011 Complexity and the Future of Transportation Systems

  • Satellite Meeting at the European Conference on Complex Systems 2011 http://www.eccs2011.eu/
  • Vienna, September 15, 2011


Organizers:

  • Massimiliano Zanin Innaxis Foundation & Research Institute, Spain
  • Fabrizio Lillo University of Palermo, Italy; Santa Fe Institute, USA; Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa, Italy


Program Committee:

  • Stefano Boccaletti Istituto Nazionale di Ottica Applicata (Italy)
  • Rosario Mantegna University of Palermo (Italy)
  • David Perez Innaxis Foundation & Research Institute (Spain)
  • Alessandro Vespignani Indiana University (USA)


Invited speakers:

  • Vito Latora. Dipartimento di Fisica, and INFN, Universita' di Catania, Italy. Laboratorio sui Sistemi Complessi, Scuola Superiore di Catania, Italy
  • Dino Pedreschi Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Laboratory, CNR, Italy
  • Miguel Romance Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain


Contributions: (ID, Authors, Title)

  • CFTS.01 T.Krstic Simic, F. Netjasov and V. Tosic Air traffic complexity: a function of traffic characteristics
  • CFTS.02 E.Barrena, A. De-Los-Santos, J. A. Mesa and F. Perea Extending Properties in Railway Network by means of Hypergraphs
  • CFTS.03 F. Atun Ensuring the future of transportation system against natural disasters in a complex city environment
  • CFTS.04 J. Vasic and H. J. Ruskin Combined motorised and bicycle traffic on a one-way road intersection -simulation and analysis
  • CFTS.05 E. Strano, T. Jones and T. Proudit The relationship between urban street network configuration, land use and short urban travel behaviour
  • CFTS.06 D. Delahaye and S.Puechmorel 4D Trajectories Complexity Metric Based on Lyapunov Exponents
  • CFTS.07 M. P. Viana, E. Strano, S. Porta, E. Estrada and L. da F. Costa On the communities detection in large urban networks

Abstracts and more information can be found here

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 783287.