Michael Szell

Rank: 
Assistant Professor

Contact information

Building: 
Nador u. 11
Room: 
601/B
Phone: 
+36 1 327-3000 x2768

Michael Szell is assistant professor at Central European University, Center for Network Science, adjunct visiting professor at Northeastern University, Center for Complex Network Research, external faculty at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna, and research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies. His interdisciplinary background of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics is well reflected in his research goals: To quantitatively understand collective behavior and the underlying patterns of our interlinked actions and decisions in a computational social science, involving mining and modeling large-scale data sets of human activity using a complex networks approach. Michael is also exploring urban mobility, sustainability, and data visualization, following his previous research positions at MIT's Senseable City Lab and moovel lab. His special focus is on urban and online environments and media, in particular he is known for his work on multiplex networks and social dynamics of the players in his massive multiplayer online game "Pardus", www.pardus.at. Michael received his academic degrees in Vienna, Austria (MSc from Vienna University of Technology, PhD from University of Vienna).

Blog posts by or about Michael Szell on What's Up at CNS:

COSTNET17 Mallorca: Presenting Science of Success and Urban Mobility

Social Networks and Collective Behavior in Online and Urban Environments

Qualification

PhD, Physics, University of Vienna
MSc, Technical Mathematics, Vienna University of Technology

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