Researchers of the Laboratory of Complex Systems Modeling and Control have proposed a missing component of the mechanism of self-organized criticality, which will enable the reproduction of power-law patterns observed in the real world. According to the researchers, this can be used to improve our understanding of the the processes leading to strong earthquakes, forest fires, financial market crashes, and a sudden synchronization of social networks. The results of the research were published in the Scientific Reports journal.
Thursday, October 21
3rd International Conference on Socio-economic Inequality and Poverty in the Modern World: Measures, Dynamics and Prospects in an Age of Uncertainty
Research Seminar ‘Boundaries of History’. Presentation of the Book 'Conquering Peace: From the Enlightenment to the European Union' by Stella Ghervas
Friday, October 22
4th IZA/HSE University Workshop 'Thirty Years after the Fall of the Iron Curtain: The Contribution of Labor Market Adjustment to Transition and Convergence'
International Conference on Chinese Studies in Honor of Academician B.L. Riftin
Deadline for submissions - May 15, 2021