Centre for Networks and Collective Behaviour
The Centre for networks and collective behaviour (CNCB) provides a focus and forum for the discussion of research where issues of network connectivity or collective behaviour between individuals arise.
Our members come from departments across the University, and their research encompasses fields as diverse as genetic regulation and communication infrastructure.
Seminars are held bi-weekly on Thursdays at 14:15 in 4 West 1.7, followed by tea, coffee and biscuits (or cake if you're lucky) in the 4 West social area on level 4.
Visit the CNCB calendar page for details of current (and past) activities.
Some recent projects
|Network Structure, Metadata, and the Prediction of Missing Nodes and Annotations
Darko Hric, Tiago P. Peixoto, and Santo Fortunato (2016)
Phys. Rev. X 6, 031038
Discovery of species-wide tool use in the Hawaiian crow
Demographic noise can reverse the direction of deterministic selection
|Modularity and stability in ecological communities
Jacopo Grilli, Tim Rogers & Stefano Allesina
Nature Communications 7, 12031
|Assessing Node Risk and Vulnerability to Epidemics on Networks
Tim Rogers (2015)
Europhysics Letters "Editor's Choice" 109, 28005
Experimental resource pulses influence social-network dynamics and the potential for information flow in tool-using crows.
St Clair, et al (inc. R., James) (2015)
Nature Communications, 6, 7197.