Roles of Heterogeneity in Non-equilibrium collective dynamics
(RHINO 2019)
July 15 (Mon), 2019 ~ July 17 (Wed), 2019

■ Program

    (Note: Each speaker has a 25-minute talk and 15 minutes for discussion except for the ignite session.)

    July 14 (Sun)

    Reception (18:00~20:00)




    July 15 (Mon)

    Opening remarks (09:20~09:30)

    Session I (09:30~10:50, Chair: Toru Ohira)
    Hang-Hyun Jo (APCTP)
    Gravity model explained by the radiation model on a population landscape (abstract)
    Seung-Woo Son (Hanyang University)
    Discontinuous percolation transitions in growing networks (abstract)

    Ignite Session (11:00~12:00, Chair: Takashi Shimada)
    Takashi Shimada (University of Tokyo) A positive role of heterogeneity in group chase and escape
    Youngjai Park (Hanyang University) Analysis on the dynamics of network motifs with signed direct links (abstract)
    Daekyung Lee (Sungkyunkwan Univ.) Diverse environmental conditions could enhance the genetic algorithm (abstract)
    Yuka Fujiki (Hokkaido University) Detection and analysis of intrinsic long-range degree correlation (abstract)
    Su Do Yi (Korea Institute for Advanced Study) Formation of chimera states in random complex networks (abstract)
    Mi Jin Lee (Inha University) Understanding the temporal pattern of spreading in heterogeneous networks (abstract)
    Takayuki Hiraoka (APCTP) Modeling temporal networks with bursty node and link activity (abstract)
    Jiwon Bahk (Sejong University) Effects of long range interaction and competition on Prisoner’s dilemma game
    Minjae Kim (Pukyong National University) Iterated prisoner's dilemma game with Bayesian inference
    Gyu Ho Bae (Pukyong National University) Foraging path formation with directional pheromone (abstract)
    Masashi Shiraishi (Hiroshima University) Statistical analysis on foraging activity of ants (abstract)
    Mikaela Irene D. Fudolig (APCTP) Link-centric analysis of variation in mobile phone data (abstract)

    Session II (15:00~17:40, Chair: Beom Jun Kim)
    Yohsuke Murase (RIKEN)
    Conservation of population size is required for self-organized criticality in evolution models (abstract)
    Meesoon Ha (Chosun University)
    Role of heterogeneity in epidemic processes (abstract)
    Byungjoon Min (Chungbuk National University)
    Contagion processes with heterogeneous adoptability (abstract)
    Hyeong-Chai Jeong (Sejong University)
    Prisoner's dilemma games on growing habitats

    July 16 (Tue)

    Session III (09:20~12:00, Chair: Hiraku Nishimori)
    Shogo Mizutaka (Ibaraki University)
    Intrinsic long-range degree correlations in random networks near criticality (abstract)
    Cheol-Min Ghim (UNIST)
    Structural determinants of cooperativity in complex networks
    Fumiko Ogushi (Kyoto University)
    Dormancy improves robustness in an evolving system (abstract)
    Kousuke Yakubo (Hokkaido University)
    Self-organized colony formation by a spatial network model (abstract)

    Session IV (15:00~17:40, Chair: Seung-Woo Son)
    Toru Ohira (Nagoya University)
    Heterogeneity for optimizations with group chase and escape (abstract)
    Junghyo Jo (Keimyung University)
    Thermodynamic uncertainty relation of coupled oscillators
    Beom Jun Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
    Synchronization in a modified Kuramoto model with asymmetric interaction
    Dong-Hee Kim (GIST)
    How machine learns the Ising transition

    July 17 (Wed)

    Session V (09:20~12:00, Chair: Hang-Hyun Jo)
    Yukie Sano (Tsukuba University)
    Periodic cycles and memories of collective emotion on the Web (abstract)
    Deok-Sun Lee (Inha University)
    Heterogeneity- and dimensionality-driven fluctuation in complex networks (abstract)
    Hiraku Nishimori (Hiroshima University)
    On the autonomous task allocation of ants
    Tae-Soo Chon (Pusan National University)
    Eco-evolution model for benthic macroinvertebrate speciation in adapting to biological and environmental factors in streams (abstract)

    Closing remarks (12:10~12:20)