Professor, author and thought leader with recognition across the globe for his work on complex networks.
Albert-Laszlo Barabasi is the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science, a distinguished University Professor at Northeastern University and a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
In 2004 he was elected into the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and in 2005 was awarded the FEBS Anniversary Prize for Systems Biology. 2006 saw him receive the John von Neumann Medal awarded by the John von Neumann Computer Society from Hungary, for outstanding achievements in computer-related science and technology. The C&C Prize from the NEC C&C Foundation followed in 2008 and, in 2009, APS chose him to be the Outstanding Referee and the US National Academies of Sciences awarded him the 2009 Cozzarelli Prize.
In 2011 Barabasi was awarded the Lagrange Prize-CRT Foundation for his contributions to complex systems, awarded Doctor Honoris Causa from Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, became an elected fellow in AAAS (Physics) and is 2013 Fellow of the Massachusetts Academy of Sciences.
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