CALL FOR APPLICATIONS for assistant research fellowships, EVILTONGUE 2017

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The Central European University (CEU) is a treasure for Hungarian academic life. It is the most important graduate university and research institution in our region in the social sciences. We strongly support its continued existence in Budapest.

 

We are on the Move

“We are on the move” Together with other institutes of the Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in January 2017 we are moving from the Castle to a new location. The new building is on the Pest side, close to the National Theatre.

Our new address is Tóth Kálmán u. 4., H-1097 Budapest.

Are you interested in visiting an ERC grantee and collaborating with our research team?

Are you interested in visiting an ERC grantee and collaborating with our research team?

Are you interested in visiting an ERC grantee and collaborating with our research team?

We are happy to host visiting scholars who are working on the topics that match our interests in the research funded by an ERC Grant. We use various methods that include agent-based models, advanced models of network dynamics, and text analytics to study the relationship between gossip, reputation, and cooperation. Please consult our homepage for further information on the project.

Recent papers and publications

The book Understanding Interactions in Complex Systems is available in print from Cambridge Scholars Publishing, including a contribution by Simone Righi and Károly Takács

The book Understanding Interactions in Complex Systems is available in print from Cambridge Scholars Publishing, including a contribution by Simone Righi and Károly Takács

The book Understanding Interactions in Complex Systems: Toward a Science of Interaction is out on 1 August, 2017 from Cambridge Scholars Publishing, including a chapter by our members, Simone Righi and Károly Takács with the title Parallel versus Sequential Update and the Evolution of Cooperation with the Assistance of Emotional Strategies.
Reference:
Righi, S. and Takács, K. 2017. Parallel versus Sequential Update and the Evolution of Cooperation with the Assistance of Emotional Strategies. In: Cordier, S., Ertur, C., Debarsy, N., Lucas, D., Nemo, F., Poisson, G., and Vrain, C. (eds.): Understanding Interactions in Complex Systems: Toward a Science of Interaction, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/understanding-interactions-in-complex-systems

The paper of Simone Righi and Károly Takács has been published in the Proceedings of ECMS

The paper of Simone Righi and Károly Takács has been published in the Proceedings of ECMS

The paper of Simone Righi and Károly Takács has been published in the Proceedings of ECMS

Righi S., Takacs K. 2017. Blind vs. embedded indirect reciprocity and the evolution of cooperation. In: Zoltay Paprika, Z.; Horák, P.; Váradi, K.; Zwierczyk, P. T.; Vidovics-Dancs, Á., and Rádics, J. P. (eds.): Proceedings of European Conference on Modelling and Simulations 2017 (ISBN: 978-0-9932440-4-9).

Our members' article in Intersections

Our members' article in Intersections

Article of our members, Boróka Pápay and Bálint György Kubik ("The Boundaries and External Connections of the Hyperlink Network of Hungarian Websites from Romania") has been recently published in the first issue of the 3rd volume of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics

To read the first issue of of the 3nd volume of Intersections.EEJSP please click here!