6 Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum "Fizyka w Ekonomii i Naukach...

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April 19th, Thursday

14:15 00:35:00 Invited oral Zbigniew R. Struzik 'The bumpy road to criticality'
14:50 00:35:00 Oral Stanisław Drożdż Current world markets development from log-periodic perspective
15:25 00:35:00 Invited oral Ryszard Kutner Catastrophic bifurcations on financial markets
16:30 00:30:00 Oral Krzysztof Kułakowski More stochastic repulsion in culture dissemination 
17:00 00:30:00 Oral Janusz A. Hołyst Entropy-growth-based model of emotionally charged online dialogues
17:30 00:30:00 Oral Czesław Mesjasz Equilibrium, stability and turbulence: How physics has shaped and limited economic thinking.

April 20th, Friday

09:00 00:40:00 Oral Jarosław Kwapień Complexity: what it is and how it can be identified
09:40 00:20:00 Oral Paweł Oświęcimka Effect of detrending on multifractal characteristics
10:00 00:20:00 Oral Aleksandra Budzowska Modeling of large claims in a non-life insurance company
10:20 00:20:00 Oral Tomasz Gubiec Correlations and dependencies in high-frequency stock market data
10:40 00:20:00 Oral Maciej Jagielski Modelling of annual European Union household incomes by using an equilibrium solution of the threshold Fokker-Planck equation
11:30 00:20:00 Oral Krzysztof Karpio Mining correlations on the GPW.
11:50 00:20:00 Oral Daniel J. Kosiorowski  On a stress measure in a capital
12:10 00:20:00 Oral Second Bwanakare A Stochastic  Non homogeneous Constant Elasticity of Substitution Production Function as an Inverse Problem: A Non Extensive Entropy Estimation Approach  
12:30 00:20:00 Oral Andrzej S. Dyka Spectral analysis of capital markets
12:50 00:20:00 Oral Dariusz Grech Multifractality of nonlinear transformations of monofractal signals with application in finances
13:10 00:20:00 Oral Łukasz Czarnecki New unbiased measure of multifractality and its application to multifractal assymetry in finances
16:00 00:15:00 Oral Mirosław Bełej Real estate market under catastrophic change.
16:15 00:15:00 Oral Andrzej Buda Fluid mechanics vs phonographic and financial markets. Power laws and correlations.
16:30 00:15:00 Oral Grzegorz A. Szulik Hurst exponent as a tool of technical analysis in the foreign exchange market
16:45 00:15:00 Oral Mateusz Pipień Almost Periodically Correlated Time Series in Business Fluctuations Analysis
17:00 00:15:00 Oral Jacek Chudziak Utility functions invariant with respect to some classes of transformations
17:15 00:15:00 Oral Aleksander Jakimowicz Basic sources of economic complexity
17:30 00:15:00 Oral Janusz Miśkiewicz Classification scheme of correlation beteeen time series on the example of GDP per capita of the most developed countries.
17:45 00:15:00 Oral Piotr Nyczka Phase transitions  in the generalized voter model with nonconformity.

April 21st, Saturday

09:00 00:20:00 Oral Yury Glazunov The emotional experience mathematical model
09:20 00:20:00 Oral Paweł Kondratiuk Analytical approach to model of scientific revolutions
09:40 00:20:00 Oral Andrzej Kulig Literary and scientific texts in network representation
10:00 00:15:00 Oral Piotr Łukasiewicz Personal incomes vs households incomes in Poland
10:15 00:15:00 Oral Adam Szmagliński Subsequent movements' proportions of share prices included in the WIG over recent years
10:30 00:15:00 Oral Dominik Strzałka Long-range dependencies in quick-sorting
10:45 00:15:00 Oral Marek J. Karwanski Models of rating dynamics
11:30 00:30:00 Oral Paweł Sobkowicz Hate Networks Revisited: Observations of Gazeta Wyborcza discussion forum 2009-2011
12:00 00:30:00 Oral Andrzej Krawiecki Monte Carlo studies of the p-spin models on complex scale-free hypernetworks
12:30 00:30:00 Oral Andrzej Z. Górski Accuracy of the box-counting algorithm for noisy fractals
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