Econophysics Colloquium 2022


Econophysics Colloquium 2022

Econophysics Colloquium
August 24-26, 2022

The Econophysics Colloquium 2022 is the most recent one a series of meetings, that are held each year in a different city, and treats a highly interdisciplinary subject that combines several traditional sciences under one cover in an effort to explain the behavior of economic systems by use of other sciences, and in particular Physics and Computer Science. The meeting will bring together scientists from Physics, Economics, Informatics, and other sciences in order to discuss a large variety of topics ranging from the stock market, to cryptocurrencies, to crisis spreading by use of statistical methods, quantitative measures, system modelling, computer simulations and non-conventional data mining methods applied to financial, economic, and social systems. The meeting is expected to provide a very fruitful environment to stimulate collaboration between scientists in different disciplines.

This year’s Econophysics Colloquium 2022 will be held online.


EC2022 welcomes contributed talks and posters on, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Agent-based models in economics and finance
  • Big Data mining and analysis in socio-economic systems
  • Computational and experimental finance
  • Derivative pricing, financial engineering, and hedging strategies
  • Evolutionary game theory and evolutionary economics
  • Financial bubbles and regime shifts in economic and social systems
  • Market dynamics, macroscopic models, and prediction
  • Market microstructure
  • Networks and multilayer networks in economics and finance
  • Non-additive entropy and non-extensive statistical mechanics in socio-economic systems
  • Opinion dynamics
  • Random matrix theory applications in finance
  • Social mobility and economic inequality
  • Statistical and probabilistic methods in economics and finance
  • Systemic risk and risk management
  • Financial technology
  • Sharing economy
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Economic complexity

This meeting

  • Give your results in front of a world-famous audience, including a list of highly esteemed invited speakers
  • Hook up with other collegues to form new consortiums for project funding
  • Publish your recent results in the Conference Supporting Journal after the peer review process

Invited Speakers

Guido Caldarelli

Ca' Foscari University of Venice

Siew Ann Cheong

School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Nanyang Technological University

Tiziana Di Matteo

King’s College London, UK

János Kertész

Department of Network and Data Science
Central European University

Ryszard Kutner

Faculty of Physics,
University of Warsaw

Fabrizio Lillo

University of Bologna, Italy

Luciano Pietronero

University of Rome “La Sapienza”

Stefan Thurner

Medical University of Vienna
Santa Fe Institute

Irena Vodenska
Boston University Metropolitan College
Wei-Xing Zhou
East China University of Science and Technology


Panos Argyrakis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Lykourgos Magafas

International Hellenic University


Organizing Committee

Panos Argyrakis
Lykourgos Magafas

Technical Support

Michael Kanetidis

Call for Papers

Please submit a one-page abstract by August 1st, 2022, via our EasyChair submission link: EasyChair

A template for the Abstract is given here.


The meeting this year 2022 will be in online form only.


There are no Registration Fees.

Instructions to Authors

Presentations via Zoom

Zoom Link

Oral Presentations (27’+3′) – Invited Talks

Oral Presentations (12’+3′) – Contributed Talks

There are two options:
– Live presentation, in which case you join by Zoom and present your talk
– Pre-recorded presentation (with live Q&A during the session, at the end of the recording)

All speakers have the choice between these two options.
The pre-recorded option has many advantages: it minimizes connection problems, allows you to respect the times and let you focus on the questions that attendees will ask on the chat during the talk.

If you choose the pre-recorded option, please prepare a video with your recorded contribution. Please, do not send it to us. You will plan to show it yourself by “share screen” at the exact time of your presentation.

To give your talk please use the following link at the time as in the schedule.

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: August 1
  • Notification of acceptance: August 5
  • Econophysics Colloquium: August 24-26


All times mentioned are Central European times (Brussels, Paris, Berlin, Rome).
The names in the time schedule are the names of the first author of the presentation.
Notice that invited talks are 30 min, while contributed talks are 15 min.
These times include 2-3 minutes for discussions.
When one clicks on a name the abstract of the presentation opens up in a new window.

All times are Central European Times (Brussels, Paris, Berlin, Rome), CET.

Wednesday 24 August Thursday 25 August  Friday 26 August  
12:15-12:30Bien- Barkowska12:15-12:30Kelemen12:15-12:30Lawford
14:00-14:30InvitedDi Matteo14:00-14:30InvitedThurner13:15-13:30Petrov
17:00-17:15Vachtsevanos17:00-17:15Garcia Medina

Contact us

Colloquium Email: econophysics.colloquium[at]

Panos Argyrakis: panos[at]
Lykourgos Magafas: lmagafas[at]


Department of Physics

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