Starts 16 Mar 2020
Ends 27 Mar 2020
Central European Time
Havana - Cuba


Collective behavior is a distinctive trait of human and animal societies.
The School aims at providing a thorough introduction to basic notions and
advanced topics in this subject from the viewpoints of physics, biology, computer science and robotics.

 
Provisional list of Speakers:
Hugues Chaté, CEA, Paris
Iain Couzin, Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior, Konstanz
Marco Dorigo, ULB, Bruxelles
Deborah Gordon, Stanford University
Marcelo Magnasco, Rockefeller University, New York
Melanie Moses, University of New Mexico
David Sumpter, University of Uppsala
Guy Theraulaz, CRCA, Toulouse

 





 

Organizers

Roberto Mulet (University of Havana, Cuba), Ernesto Altshuler (University of Havana, Cuba), ICTP Scientific Contact: Antonio Celani