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Cellular Automata
Barkhausen Noise
Self-Assembled Nano-Materials
Multi-Brain Networks
Epidemics: Modeling SARS-CoV-2
Agent-Based Models & Sociodynamics
Complex Networks
Renormalization Group
Orientational Glasses
Quantum SpinGlasses
Review Articles & Book Chapters
B. Tadic, G.J. Rodgers and S. Thurner Transport on Complex Networks: Flow, Jamming & Optimization, Int. J. Bifurcation and Chaos, Vol. 17, Issue 7, July 2007
B. Tadic, From Microscopic Rules to Emergent Cooperativity in Large-Scale Patterns, Chapter in Book Systems Self-Assembly: Multidisciplinary Snapshots , Eds. N. Krasnogor et al., Elsevier, publ. March 2008: Link to publisher's page here...
M.O. Blunt, A. Stannard, E. Pauliac-Vaujour, C.P. Martin, I. Vancea, M. Suvakov, U. Thiele, B. Tadic and P. Moriarty, Patterns and Pathways in Nanoparticle Selforganization, Chapter 8 in Oxford Handbook of Nanoscience and Technology, Volume 1: Basic Aspects, Eds. A.V. Narlikar and Y.Y. Wu, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-953304-6
M. Suvakov and B. Tadic, Modeling collective charge transport in nanoparticle assemblies, TOPICAL REVIEW, J. Physics: Condensed Matter, Vol. 22, No. 16 (2010)
M.Mitrovic and B. Tadic, Emergence and Structure of Cybercommunities, Chapter in Handbook of Optimization in Complex Networks Theory and Applications , Eds. M.T. Thai and P. Pardalos, Springer "Optimization and its Applications" , Vol.57, Part 2, pp. 209--227, DOI:10.1007/978-1-4614-0754-6_8 , January 2012, ISBN 978-0-19-953304-6
B. Tadic recent-Abstracts15-book
B. Tadic, R. Melnik ABM -Epidemics: medRxiv 2020
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Description: Complex patterns of links (Networks), Domain Walls, or assemblies of Nanoscale objects emerge in non-equilibrium dynamic processes with Driving, Constraints, and Self- Organization. We explore how such complex patterns have evolved in nature and in man made techno-social systems or can be assembled in laboratory into organized functional structures, and how the structural complexity affects their physical properties and function.
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Current Research Topics

Agent-Based Modelling of SARS-Cov-2 Epidemics--- Genesis of the epidemics outbreak across the scales from individual behaviour of the actors and virus mutations, driven by the social participation activity.
B. Tadic, R. Melnik, Modeling latent infection transmissions through biosocial stochastic dynamics, medRxiv:doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.07.30.20164491 (2020) AND Microscopic dynamics modeling unravels the role of asymptomatic virus carriers in SARS-CoV-2 epidemics at the interplay between biological and social factors , preprint available on medRxiv doi:https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.02.01.21250926 ; Published in Computers in Biology and Medicine 133: 104422 (2021)

Higher-Order Connectivity of Brain Graphs---Simplicial Complexes structure of human brain, studied from the empirical data of Human Connectome Project and Social Neuroscience hyperscanning data.
M. Andjelkovic, B. Tadic, R. Melnik, The topology of higher-order complexes associated with brain hubs in human connectomes, Scientific Reports 10:17320 (2020)

Bottom-up Architecture of Simplicial Complexes---Modelling self-assembly of complex nano-networks by aggregation of simplexes; Simulations of the field-driven magnetisation reversal processes on them.
B. Tadic, M. Suvakov, M. Andjelkovic, G.J. Rodgers, Large-scale influence of defect bonds in geometrically constrained self-assembly, Physical Review E 102:032307 (2020); Magnetisation processes in geometrically frustrated spin networks with self-assembled cliques, Entropy 22(3):336 (2020)

  

Research Fields:

  • Theory of Critical Phenomena and Phase Transitions; Static & Dynamic Renormalization Group
  • Equilibrium Properties & Dynamics of Orientational Glasses
  • Numerical Simulations of Dynamics of Complex Systems;
    Cellular Automata & Self-Organized Criticality
  • Scaling Behavior in Driven Disordered Systems;
    Barkhausen Noise
  • Large-Scale Organization in Complex Evolving Networks
  • Dynamic Processes on Complex Networks
  • Modeling Self-Assembly and Physical Properties of Nanostructured Systems & Biomolecular-Heterostructures
  • Agent-Based Modeling of Web Users; Online Social Networks
  • BRAIN GRAPHS: Modeling Brain Imaging Data & Social Brain Problems

Network ResearchHighlights

ONLINE SOCIAL DYNAMICS(see our publications in CYBEREMOTIONS Project update...)
Network theory approach to study human dunamics on the Web;

Compilation and analysis of large datasets from MySpace, Blogs, Q&A Systems;

Analysis of large datasets from Diggs and IRC Ubuntu channels;

Agent-based modeling of user behavior on Blogs, and online social networks;

Modeling role of chat robots in online chat channels;

Modeling the dynamics of knowledge creation via social interactions;

Hierarchical sequencing of online social graphs by Algebraic topology techniques;

Social capital building by individuals and groups;
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