Computational research on transport, logistics, traffic, and social networks is instrumental in understanding and optimizing the complex dynamics of interconnected systems. At ZIB, we develop advanced algorithms, data analytics, and modeling techniques for analyzing various aspects of these networks. For example, our researchers optimize logistics and supply chain operations or improve transportation efficiency. Additionally, computational research at ZIB enables the analysis of social networks, including the spread of information, infections, influence, and social interactions. It allows for the identification of dynamics on and within these networks, which can inform decision-making and policy development. By leveraging computational tools, ZIB researchers uncover insights, optimize resource allocation, and enhance the overall functionality, safety and resilience of transport, logistic, traffic, and social networks

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Randomized methods in network optimization

Network flows are a fundamental modelling tool in applications of Discrete Mathematics such as the ones in the Application Area B ("Traffic and communication networks")... Randomized methods in network optimization

Research Campus MODAL

The Forschungscampus ("Research Campus") MODAL is a platform for a public-private innovation partnership established by ZIB and Freie Universität Berlin together with... Research Campus MODAL