PROTON meeting @CNR

On 3rd and 4th April, the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of the National Research Council in Rome is hosting a meeting of the European Project PROTON – Modelling the Processes leading to Organised crime and TerrOrist Networks.

The coordinators (UCSC and HUJI) and the simulation work-package leaders (ISTC-CNR), will work together to gather ideas for the development of organised crime and terrorist networks models, one of the key objectives of the project. PROTON project aims at improving existing knowledge on the processes of recruitment to organised crime and terrorist networks through an innovative integration between social and computational sciences.

The meeting prepares the ground for the team to develop policy and science relevant models of organised crime and terrorist networks (OCTNs).

It will allow the team to start forming a common foundation for the future approaches to the modelling of OCTNs, so that they can move quickly and efficiently when data from the empirical work packages arrive.

List of participants:

Giulia Andrighetto – ISTC-CNR
Ernesto Savona – USCS
Francesco Calderoni – USCS
David Weisburd – HUJI
Badi Hasisi – HUJI
Daniela Di Cagno – LUISS
Aron Szekely – ISTC-CNR
Nicolas Payette – ISTC-CNR
Mario Paolucci – ISTC-CNR
Vito Trianni – ISTC-CNR
Luis Martinez – ISTC-CNR
Valerio Dolci – Università Tor Vergata, Rome

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