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Laboratory of Complex Systems Modeling and Control

About the Laboratory

The laboratory pursues fundamental and applied research on data analysis and mathematical modeling of complex systems. The projects of the Laboratory are focused on the development of mathematical models and numerical methods for the reconstruction of the properties of  big systems, which demonstrate synchronization phenomena, quasi-regularities, self-organization, and sudden regime changes. The reconstruction, based on the analysis of non-stationary time series, is performed to predict the dynamics of the underlying systems and create the mechanisms that allows us to control these systems efficiently.

Illustration for news: MACSPro-2020 Online Conference

MACSPro-2020 Online Conference

On October 22-24, MACSPro-2020 (Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes) online conference has taken place. Its aim is the exchange of experience between the researchers working on theory and practice of complex system analysis in diverse areas ranging from astrophysics and bioinformatics to business.

Illustration for news: HSE University Researchers Receive Fifteen Grants from the Russian Science Foundation

HSE University Researchers Receive Fifteen Grants from the Russian Science Foundation

The Russian Science Foundation has announced the winners of four 2020 competitions. Some of the winners are from HSE University. They have received grants of 12 to 24 million roubles, for a term of two to four years.

Illustration for news: International Conference "Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes" (MACSPro'2019)

International Conference "Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes" (MACSPro'2019)

From March 21 to March 23, the international conference "Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes" (MACSPro'2019), organized by ExactPro and CSMC and PAIS Labs, was held in Vienna. Leading scholars from Spain, Russia, Nitherland, Georgia, and other countries took part in this event. They discussed the state of the art and proposed new methods that can solve actural data-driven business-oriented problems in physics and economics.

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Illustration for news: Report on the Fifteenth European Space Weather Week, November 5-9, 2018 in Leuven, Belgium

Report on the Fifteenth European Space Weather Week, November 5-9, 2018 in Leuven, Belgium