10 Treurenberg, 1000 Brussels
Milan Janosov, PhD
network scientist, data science researcher
He will present a lecture in the framework of our new series HUNInnovations at the finissage of the exhibition BarabásiLab.
With a background in physics and biophysics, he earned his PhD in network and data science in 2020. He studied and researched at the Eötvös Loránd University and the Central European University in Budapest, at the Barabási Lab in Boston, and the Bell Labs in Cambridge. Forbes 30u30 in 2020. NFT sales contributions on SuperRare and Foundation. Alumni at Eötvös Collegium. Regular columnist at Qubit.
He has beeb currently the chief data scientist of Datapolis, a research affiliate at the Central European University, a research expert at the European Commission, and a senior data scientist at Maven7.
He was awarded the Scholarship of the Republic of Hungary three times, won multiple prizes at science competitions, presented his work in peer-reviewed journals and conferences from Nature's Scientific Reports to MIT.
His work has been featured in Nature Social Science Research, GQ, Times Higher Education, New Scientist, New York Times, TechXplore, The Economic Times, Futurism, Phys.org, Nightigale, Gamestar, the Miami Art Week, and more.
Lecture: New-age networks - from fantasy shows to city planning
By the closing of this exhibition, everybody ought to see networks everywhere, let them be in or out of the exhibition space. In his talk, Milán intends to make this paranoia even worse by showcasing a couple of examples of how network science hides and rules behind our favorite TV shows, the music we like, or even our daily commuting routes.