Tomasz Raducha

Tomasz Jan Raducha
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PhD candidate in physics at the University of Warsaw investigating complex adaptive systems. Experience in teaching, presenting science, peer reviewing.
About 10 talks at international conferences and almost as much posters.
Member of the organizing committee at Econophysics Colloquium 2017 and Winter Workshop on Complex Systems 2019. The Polish National Science Center Etiuda grant winner. Currently a member of the CSS Council, the advisory board of the yrCSS and the steering committee of the WWCS. Professional experience in software development. So far, working mainly on coevolving network models extending Axelrod model, voter model, Ising model. Recently starting research in evolutionary game theory and social choice theory.

Recent Publications

Emergence of complex structures from nonlinear interactions and noise in coevolving networks

Raducha,Tomasz;San Miguel,Maxi
Scientific Reports 10 , 15660 (2020)

Coevolving nonlinear voter model with triadic closure

Raducha, Tomasz; Min, Byungjoon; San Miguel, Maxi
Europhysics Letters 124, 3001 (2018)

Statistical mechanics of coevolving spin system

Raducha,Tomasz; Wiliński, Mateusz; Gubiec,Tomasz; Stanley, H. Eugene
Physical Review E 98, 030301 (R)(1-5) (2018)

Predicting language diversity with complex networks

Raducha, Tomasz; Gubiec, Tomasz
PLoS ONE 13, e0196593 (2018)

Ongoing Research projects

PACSS

Physics approach to complexity in sociotechnical systems

P.I.: Sandro Meloni, Jose Javier Ramasco, Maxi San Miguel, Raúl Toral
This project, Physics approach to complexity in sociotechnical systems (PACSS), wants to contribute to the understanding of sociotechnical phenomena from the perspective provided by the application of the modern field of complex ...

SMOF

Strategic Manipulation in Dynamic Processes of Opinion Formation on Multiplex Networks

P.I.: Maxi San Miguel
The project generally aims at a better understanding of influence maximization in dynamical models of opinion formation on large-scale multiplex networks. The research combines numerical simulation and approximation techniques to understand opinion ...

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