Insights into recruitment
in organised crime &

PROTON project aims at improving existing knowledge on the processes of recruitment to organised crime and terrorist networks through an innovative integration between social and computational sciences.

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Learn more about the innovation potential of PROTON and the adoption of ABM simulations instead of more traditional approaches
Agent-Based Modelling and its applications to organised crime and terrorism: which advantages for research projects?
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Cyber attacks – Are smart cities safer or more vulnerable?

Does technology expose cities more to terrorist attacks? We asked urban technology expert Francis Pisani.... Read more

Upcoming event

Workshop on Inequality, Intergenerational Mobility, and Organized Crime

06 Jul 2017 - Trapani, IT

The wokshop aims at fostering the interaction of scholars working on the fields of inequality and organized crime, an intersection of topics that so far received little attention in the literature, in order to enhance the advancement of knowledge on issues that currently represent a matter of concern for policy makers of several countries. The […]... Read more

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