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.
Our laboratory was represented by the Head Alexander Shapoval and research assistants Dayana Mukhametshina and Mikhail Petrov.
Alexander presented a report «Modeling of Neccessity Entrepreneuship via General Equilibrium Approach».
Mikhail told about the identification of unusual wallets on Ethereum Platform.
Dayana explained when self-organized critical systems become predictable. From her report «Self-Organized Criticality on Self-Similar Lattice: Exponential Time Distribution between Extremes» we can see how easy it is to lose control over complex systems.
The conference allowed participants not only to present their scientific work, but also became a platform for discussion and exchange of experience between specialists (and beginning researchers) in the field of testing and forecasting complex systems.