ESR 1

Durham University (United Kingdom)

Spatial and temporal roles of critical nodes in ecogeomorphic systems

ESR 2

Jacobs University (Germany)

Minimal models of dynamics on networks to study generic SC/FC relationships

ESR 3

Jacobs University (Germany)

Self-organized collective patterns on graphs

ESR 4

Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

Catastrophic transitions: Regime shifts in network topology resulting in novel systems

ESR 5

Aix Marseille (France)

Analysis of multi-frequency dynamic coherence networks in large-scale electrophysiological recordings

ESR 6

Durham University (United Kingdom)

Scaling connectivity science in fluvial systems

ESR 7

European University Cyprus (Cyprus)

Structure in patterns in ordered datasets with applications in astrophysics, neuroscience and archaeology

ESR 8

BOKU (Austria)

Changing connectivity properties impacting resilience in riverine landscapes as socio-ecological systems

ESR 9

Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

Critical nodes in economic connectivity: A multi-method application to facilitate structural transitions

ESR 10

University of Vienna (Austria)

Hotspots and hot moments: the role of connectivity and resilience science for managing human-impacted catchment systems

ESR 11

AAISCS (Cyprus)

Connectivity within network processes and coupling with global flows

ESR 12

MODUL University (Austria)

Flows of critical (energy) resources

ESR 13

Durham University (United Kingdom)

Resilience of human interactions with new landscapes

ESR 14

University of Groningen (Netherlands)

Understanding the emergence of connectivity science in practice: a network of network colleagues

ESR 15

Durham University (United Kingdom)

Use connectivity science to determine the fate (source-pathway-interceptors) of specific diffuse chemicals and pathogens in the water supply chain