Welcome to the Netadis website!
NETADIS aims to train a cadre of future research leaders in advanced methods of analysis, inference, control and optimization of network structure and dynamics, to maximize the impact of statistical physics approaches across a broad range of application areas. It is funded by the People Programme – Marie Curie Actions – of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme FP7.
NETADIS member Riccardo Zecchina, together with Giorgio Parisi and Marc Mezard, has recently been awarded the prestigious Lars Onsager prize for “For groundbreaking work applying spin glass ideas to ensembles of computational problems, yielding both new classes of efficient algorithms and new perspectives on phase transitions in their structure and complexity.” See
https://www.aps.org/programs/honors/prizes/onsager.cfm for details.
- NIPS December 2015 video lectures can now be viewed on the NIPS 2015 page
For more information on this project, please contact Professor Peter Sollich, Professor of Statistical Mechanics, in Disordered Systems research group, King’s College London