NetSci 2013: Nine reasons to go (Reason 5)

Now that the weekend is over, it’s back to the reasons I think you should head straight over to the NetSci 2013 website and submit an abstract. The call ends on Friday, so there’s no time to waste.

Reason 5: Amazing list of satellite workshops

This year, the number of satellite workshops has increased significantly, and I sincerely think we’re in for a treat. With many angles on temporal & dynamic networks, plus many other exciting topics, this is the place to be, if you’re interested in where the field of network science is headed. And the satellites are right next to the NetSci school, so you can switch back and forth, if you want to attend a satellite workshop, but you just can’t miss that tutorial on NetworkX.


You can find full info on the satellites here, but I’ve also reproduced the (impressive) list below.

Monday (June 3, 2013)

  • Networks over Time
    Organizers: Rickard Coster, Niloy Ganguly, Balaraman Ravindran, Subramanian Shivashankar, Samarth Swarup
  • Networks of Networks: Systemic Risk and Infrastructural Interdependencies
    Organizers: Antonio Scala, Gregorio D’Agostino, Guido Caldarelli, Stefano Battiston
  • Human Behaviour and Network Science
    Organizers: Janos Kertesz, Rosario N. Mantegna
  • Language and Network Science
    Organizers: Gareth Baxter, Alexander Mehler
  • Network Science in Education
    Organizers: Stephen Uzzo, Hiroki Sayama, Catherine Cramer, Peter Pollner, H. Eugene Stanley, Paul Trunfio
  • Network Medicine: Future of Disease Genomics and Healthcare
    Organizers: Amitabh Sharma, Yang-Yu Liu, David Gomez-Cabrero
  • Temporal and Dynamic Networks: From Data to Models – Day 1
    Organizers: Vittoria Colizza, Chiara Poletto, Alain Barrat, Bruno Gonçalves, Luis Rocha, Renaud Lambiotte, Jari Saramaki, Esteban Moro
  • State-Topology Coevolution in Adaptive Networks
    Organizers: Hiroki Sayama, Thilo Gross
  • Multiple Network Modeling, Analysis and Mining
    Organizers: Guido Caldarelli, Michele Coscia, Przemysław Kazienko, Matteo Magnani, Dino Pedreschi, Luca Rossi
  • Dynamic Networks: Theory and Applications in Information and Communication Networks
    Organizers: Maarten van Steen, Yamir Moreno, Frank Schweitzer

Tuesday (June 4, 2013)

And don’t forget to check out the other reasons to visit NetSci 2013.

Stay tuned for more reasons!

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Sune Lehmann

I’m an Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, at the Technical University of Denmark.

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