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SISSA Colloquium | Spaces of finite networks

Date: 

04/04/2018 - 16:00

Many phenomena in mathematics and science can be modeled by drawing finite networks whose nodes are connected by edges with specified lengths. After imposing various natural constraints, the set of all such models forms a geometric space, with one point for each possible model.

Colloquium by Karen Vogtmann

Date: 

04/04/2018 - 16:00 to 17:30

Many phenomena in mathematics and science can be modeled by drawing finite networks whose nodes are connected by edges with specified lengths. After imposing various natural constraints, the set of all such models forms a geometric space, with one point for each possible model.

Nice work, Athena!

Date: 

08/02/2018 - 13:45

We are delighted to announce the publication in Nature of  “Posterior parietal cortex represents sensory history and mediates its effects on behaviour.” (link here for main article and

Well done, Nader ! !

Date: 

05/02/2018 - 16:15

We are excited to announce the publication in Neuron of  “Supralinear and Supramodal Integration of Visual and Tactile Signals in Rats: Psychophysics and Neuronal Mechanisms.” (link here and

Congrats Liuba!

Date: 

31/08/2017 - 11:45

We're very very happy to announce that a Cognitive Neuroscience graduate at SISSA, Liuba Papeo, has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant, the most competitive European research grant and the hallmark for Cog Neuro rising stars.

Congrats Chris!

Date: 

11/08/2017 - 22:15

We're proud to announce that Chris Mathys, who recently joined our sector, has just published an article in the prestigious Science journal.

Congrats Davide!

Date: 

07/08/2017 - 15:30

We're very proud to announce that our Coordinator, Davide Crepaldi, was recently appointed as Associate Editor at the British Journal of Psychology. BJP is the third oldest psychology journal in the world, and the oldest in Europe, being established in 1904.

Progress Reports

Date: 

05/07/2017 - 09:00

On Wednesday, 5th July, you are welcome to attend the fourth year students progress report presentations. The order of the presentations can be found in the calendar. The location will be communicated shortly.
 

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