The main goal of the training workshop is to present the state of the art about diffusion processes that occur in the networks, such as diffusion of information, diffusion of innovations, epidemic processes or spread of influence. The speakers will represent both, theoretical and empirical approaches to study these processes, so both – models and data-driven approaches will be covered.
Speakers: - Prof. James P. Gleeson (University of Limerick, Ireland) – stochastic dynamics and mathematical modelling of diffusion processes on complex networks - Prof. Esteban Moro (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) – dynamics in complex networks: analysing real-world data - Prof. Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Wrocław University of Technology, Poland) – diffusion of innovations - Dr. Bruno Gonçalves (New York University Center for Data Science, United States) – modelling and predicting contagion processes - Dr. Márton Karsai (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France) – modelling contacts in social networks – the impact of network dynamics on the diffusion processes - Dr. Glenn Lawyer (Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany) – real-world applications of models of contagion processes - Dr. Matteo Magnani (Uppsala University, Sweden) – diffusion processes in multi-layer networks - Dr. Ingo Scholtes (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) – analysis of non-Markovian temporal networks: spectral methods and centrality measures
Location: Wrocław, Poland
We are happy to announce that due to the fact that the DPCN 2016 training workshop will be funded by the ENGINE project, the registration fees will be waived for all participants.
|Registration closes on||15/12/2015|
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