Emőke-Ágnes Horvát


Northwestern University, USA

Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)

600 Foster Street 118A | Chambers Hall

Evanston, IL 60208

Phone: +1 847 467 1302



I am interested in interdisciplinary topics where methods from physics and computer science are challenged to tackle questions from other fields like biology, sociology, economics, or arts. My research focuses on modeling and inference in complex networks.
You will find here some information about myself, my research interests, and my publications. Enjoy browsing around!


SICOP: identifying significant co-interaction patterns, Bioinformatics 29(19):2503-2504 (2013) >>download

Recent publications

A Cookbook of Cinematic Delicacies That Do Not Expire, Leonardo 47(3):271 (2014)

Measuring long-term impact based on network centrality: unraveling cinematic citations, PLOS ONE (coming soon)

Project page

Quantifying long-term success in cinema