i-CONN Neuroscience Publication

December 19th, 2023|Comments Off on i-CONN Neuroscience Publication

ESR Chris Karittevlis has just published a paper in the journal 'Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience'. His co-authors include three other i-CONN ESRs (Michalis Papadopoulos, Vinicius Lima, Shubham Tiwari), supervisor Andreas Ioannides, i-CONN investigator Vicky Papadopoulou [...]

New i-CONN Publication

August 29th, 2023|Comments Off on New i-CONN Publication

ESR Sonia Recinos Brizuela has just co-authored a paper that has been published in the journal Ecological Indicators: Connectivity as a driver of river-floodplain functioning: A dynamic, graph theoretic approach The paper was also  co-authored [...]

i-CONN Annual Workshop 2023

April 6th, 2023|Comments Off on i-CONN Annual Workshop 2023

We have just returned from our 2023 Annual Workshop which was held in London.  The focus of the workshop was the research of our Early Stage Researchers but we also enjoyed four excellent seminars from [...]

Connectivity Methods Across Disciplines

November 16th, 2022|Comments Off on Connectivity Methods Across Disciplines

i-CONN has published a multi-author report assessing "connectivity methods across disciplines". Read it here https://iconn.network/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Deliverable_2.2-Report.pdf Thanks to Vicky and Michalis for producing this report as well as all contributors.

i-CONN Enterprise School

July 4th, 2022|Comments Off on i-CONN Enterprise School

The ESRs gathered at Jacobs University, Bremen for a three day Enterprise School. The School was delivered by Claire Rose and aimed to give the ESRs an opportunity to identify and develop core skills which [...]

i-CONN Annual Workshop 2022

July 4th, 2022|Comments Off on i-CONN Annual Workshop 2022

The i-CONN consortium gathered at Jacobs University in Bremen in late June 2022 to enjoy the first in-person i-CONN annual workshop. As well as progress talks from the ESRs and Work Package leaders the workshop [...]

New i-CONN publication

June 29th, 2022|Comments Off on New i-CONN publication

Congratulations to Selim Haj Ali and Marc Hütt for their newly published i-CONN research: Inferring missing edges in a graph from observed collective patterns. This paper, published in the journal Physical Review E, offers an alternative [...]

Advanced Course in Cyprus

May 17th, 2022|Comments Off on Advanced Course in Cyprus

The Early Stage Researchers visited Nicosia, Cyprus in March 2022 for an Advanced Course in ‘Novel approaches to collecting high resolution data in connectivity science’.  The first part of the course, organised by Rebecca Hodge [...]

Outreach Activity

March 2nd, 2022|Comments Off on Outreach Activity

ESR Mel Guirro was part of a small team that produced a resource to explain how to use a model that simulates sediment transport in river networks. It was created for educational purposes and any person [...]

Advanced Course in Vienna

February 22nd, 2022|Comments Off on Advanced Course in Vienna

The Advanced Course in Connectivity Methods for the Environmental Sciences has just been held in Vienna.  This was the first event attended in person by all fifteen ESRs although attendance by a few of the [...]

i-CONN Interim Review

February 22nd, 2022|Comments Off on i-CONN Interim Review

The i-CONN Interim Review was held in December 2021, postponed from the previous year.  Unfortunately delaying a year didn't result in the in-person meeting we were hoping for as restrictions in Austria caused us to [...]

i-CONN publication

October 25th, 2021|Comments Off on i-CONN publication

i-CONN's first ESR-authored paper has been published.  Prepared by ESR Venetia Voutsa and lead scientist Marc Hütt, not only is it the first paper but it is a transdisciplinary publication which involved twenty-four i-CONN consortium [...]

The Datathon!

October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on The Datathon!

The long-awaited i-CONN Datathon took place in Marseille in late September.  The ESRs met to share and learn from each others’ datasets.  New projects and collaborations are expected to emerge from this exciting week. The [...]

Advanced Course in Brno, August 2021

August 26th, 2021|Comments Off on Advanced Course in Brno, August 2021

The i-CONN network delivered a training course in Socio-ecological systems and social network analysis during August 2021.  The course, held in Brno in the Czech Republic, was an exciting event for the attendees as most [...]

Excellent Publications and First-rate Project Activity

May 12th, 2021|Comments Off on Excellent Publications and First-rate Project Activity

Congratulations to i-CONN academic, Dr Christian Kimmich who has been awarded the Dean's Prize for Research at Masaryk University. https://www.fss.muni.cz/en/faculty-of-social-studies/news/winners-of-the-deans-awards-for-2021 The award was made in recognition of "his excellent publications and first-rate project activity".

Resilience Seminar Video Recording

April 16th, 2021|Comments Off on Resilience Seminar Video Recording

[/fusion_vimeo] Chaired by Dr Christina Prell, University of Groningen. Short Talks from Professor Louise Bracken, Durham University: Resilience in practice; sustaining well-being during disasters. Dr Christian Kimmich, Masaryk University Brno and Institute for Advanced [...]

New publication from Harald Waxenecker

January 28th, 2021|0 Comments

Congratulations to Harald Waxenecker who has a co-authored a publication from work that pre-dates his employment as an ESR, Networks of power: insights into Guatemala’s neoliberal power and knowledge elite The study explores Guatemala’s domestic [...]

i-CONN kick-off meeting

October 15th, 2020|Comments Off on i-CONN kick-off meeting

On 16th - 18th September we had our (virtual Durham) i-CONN kick-off meeting which was a great success - thanks to all those who participated. See below for links to slides and screenshots from the [...]

Welcome to i-CONN!

October 8th, 2019|0 Comments

i-CONN is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) project funded by the European Commission, under their H2020 program. The network consists of 10 Universities and three partner organisations across Europe, and brings together scientists [...]