The study of the resilience of complex systems is one of the projects at the core of our group. Our works span theoretical investigations about how to define, quantify, and study resilience, and applied analysis of real world systems. We are particularly interested in the study of social organisations ranging from Online Software Developers communities, to large collaboration networks of firms.

Check back here regularly, for updates on the project, insights into how we extract the data and our most recent findings.

Related Publications

The downside of heterogeneity: How established relations counteract systemic adaptivity in tasks assignments

ArXiv (submitted for publication) - 2021

Giona Casiraghi, Christian Zingg and Frank Schweitzer

Quantifying the importance of firms by means of reputation and network control

Frontiers in Big Data - 2021

Yan Zhang and Frank Schweitzer

Fragile, Yet Resilient: Adaptive Decline in a Collaboration Network of Firms

Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics - 2021

Frank Schweitzer, Giona Casiraghi, Mario V. Tomasello and David Garcia

Modeling User Reputation in Online Social Networks: The Role of Costs, Benefits, and Reciprocity

Entropy - 2020

Frank Schweitzer, Pavlin Mavrodiev, A. M. Seufert and David Garcia

Intervention scenarios to enhance knowledge transfer in a network of firms

Frontiers in Physics - 2020

Frank Schweitzer, Yan Zhang and Giona Casiraghi

Improving the robustness of online social networks: A simulation approach of network interventions

Frontiers in Robotics and AI - 2020

Giona Casiraghi and Frank Schweitzer

Probing the robustness of nested multi-layer networks

2019

Giona Casiraghi, Antonios Garas and Frank Schweitzer

What is the Entropy of a Social Organization?

Entropy - 2019

Christian Zingg, Giona Casiraghi, Giacomo Vaccario and Frank Schweitzer

International crop trade networks: The impact of shocks and cascades

Environmental Research Letters - 2019

Rebekka Burkholz and Frank Schweitzer

Efficient message passing for cascade size distributions

Scientific Reports - 2019

Rebekka Burkholz