Today Roberta Sinatra received this year’s Complex Systems Society Junior Scientific Award!
The award was given for Roberta’s
pioneer contributions to the science of science and success, having had an impact in multiple fields, from network science to computational social science and scientometrics
The award is given once a year to two young CSS researchers, aimed at recognizing extraordinary scientific achievements: https://cssociety.org/community/css-awards
Three NERDS were promoted from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor as of today, Oct 1: Michele Coscia, Roberta Sinatra, Michael Szell
That’s all 🙂
NERDS member Roberta Sinatra has returned from Monte Carlo, where she presented her research in an inspiring keynote talk for the yearly Prix Monte-Carlo Femme de l’Année. The theme of this year’s edition of the accompanying Women For Women (W4W) conference was Arts & Science, to which Roberta’s recent research on the scientific quantification of success in art fit perfectly. The conference was held in a very special place: the headquarters of Monaco’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The talk and its consequent discussions were well-received by the mainly female audience, and by The Prix’ illustrious patrons such as Walgreens Boots Alliance COO Ornella Barbara or the reigning monarch of Monaco, Prince Albert II.
For more information see: this Monegasque media report