ECCS 2014 satellite

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The European Conference on Complex Systems (ECCS) is one of 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, 2014 was the fourth CW satellite meeting in ECCS conferences.
2014 Complexity Science and Transportation Systems (COMPTRANS) Satellite Meeting at the European Conference on Complex Systems 2014 Lucca, September 22-26, 2014

  • Fabrizio Lillo University of Palermo
  • Salvatore Miccichè, University of Palermo
  • Massimiliano Zanin Innaxis Foundation & Research Institute, Spain

Speakers and contributions (Title and Speaker)
Part 1
  • Transport simulation as a complex adaptive systemK. Nagel (invited speaker)
  • From production to export via transport: An agent-based model for agricultural logistics chain in Uganda - F. Caravelli
  • A dynamic traffic assignment model with strategic agents - J. Barthélemy
  • Temporal analysis of perturbed railway networks: centralities, periodicity and delay correlations - F. Lamanna
Part 2
  • Transportation networks and the global spread of emerging infectious diseasesA. Vespignani (invited speaker)
  • Holydays in age structured spatial models for influenza spread: a realistic model for Belgium - G. De Luca
  • Universal Behaviour in Urban Mobility Emerging from Geo-referenced Floating Car Data: Analysis and Modeling - B. Monechi
  • Congestion Transition in traffic stochastic models on networks – A. Bazzani

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.