Scientific goals

This workshop is dedicated to the complex systems modelling, with a focus on two topics: criminality and beliefs in economy.


Richard Brooks (Columbia University)
Connectivity and urban crime

Guillaume Deffuant (Irstea)
The Leviathan model: mixing gossips and vanity in opinion dynamics

Serge Galam (CNRS)
The pitfalls of market efficiency from a sociophysics viewpoint

Nancy Rodriguez (Stanford University)
The effect of social preference, mobility, and the environment on segregation and crime

Andromachi Tseloni (Loughborough University)
Changes in security devices effectiveness and burglary trends in England and Wales

Abstracts of the talks are available here.


EHESS, 105 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris
1:30pm - 4pm: Amphi François Furet
4:30pm-6:30pm: Room 08

Université Paris-II Panthéon-Assas
Centre Panthéon, 12 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris
7pm: Room Goulencourt


Registration is mandatory but free of charge. In particular, only registered persons will have access to the cocktail room in the evening. You have to "Create an account" (on the left menu) and fill all the required fields.


Friday, December 6th, 2013

Financial supports

  • PEPS CNRS Modélisation cinétique pour la dynamique des marchés et de l'opinion (Kindymo)
  • PEPS CNRS Propagation d'actes incivils (Paix)
  • CRED (Univ. Paris-II)
  • RNSC, network HumanICT
  • ERC Advanced Grant ReaDi


Laurent Boudin (UPMC & Inria), Jean-Pierre Nadal (CNRS & EHESS), Annick Vignes (Irstea)

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