Conferences and Meetings on Complex Networks
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2 Day Workshop at BIRS — Multiplex Brain Networks
29 May 2020 - 31 May 2020 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Understanding the relationship between structure, dynamics, and function in the brain is a crucial step toward innovative solutions for brain-related diseases such as epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and Autism Spectrum Disorders, and hence, it is of immense importance for society. Complex network approaches have successfully provided new insights about the structure and function of the brain for two decades. With recent advances in data science for neuroscience, the increased complexity of the data such as neurosignals from multiple frequency bands, large-scale optical imaging of neuronal activity, and high-resolution Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, has led to the proposition that multilayer-network models are essential to model and understand brain dynamics. This workshop builds on early successes using this framework and brings together a diverse group of world-leading experts of various backgrounds to take the application of multiplex networks in neuroscience to the next level. Bridging the gap between complex network theory and neuroscience. We expect that this workshop and the transdisciplinary collaborations between the different fields and participants will stimulate significant advances in our understanding of the brain and indeed lead to new diagnostic methods and treatments of brain related diseases in the future.
2 Day Workshop at BIRS — Recent progress in detection and prediction of epilepsy
12 Jun 2020 - 14 Jun 2020 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Human epilepsy is a common neurological disorder, 0.6% of Canadian suffer from it. The focus of this 2-days meeting is mathematical processing of epilepsy-associated EEG data, its role in seizure analysis and diagnostics. The purpose is to bring together three groups of researchers: physicians specializing in drug-resistant epilepsy, behavioral neuroscientists, and applied mathematicians.Thanks to the first group, extensive clinical data is available with detailed description. The second group experiments with animals, and some data analysis methods can be applied to clinical data as well. This is a conference, a brainstorming activity and a training opportunity for research associates, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students involved in all three groups. The proposed participants are members of the mathematics and statistics departments, neurology, clinical neurosciences, cell biology, physiology, psychology and practicing medical doctors.
WAW 2020 — 17th Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph
18 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020 • SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
The World Wide Web has become part of our everyday life, and information retrieval and data mining on the Web are now of enormous practical interest. The algorithms supporting these activities combine the view of the Web as a text repository and as a graph, induced in various ways by links among pages, hosts and users. The aim of the 17th Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph (WAW 2020) is to further the understanding of graphs that arise from the Web and various user activities on the Web, and stimulate the development of high-performance algorithms and applications that exploit these graphs. The workshop will also welcome the researchers who are working on graph-theoretic and algorithmic aspects of citation networks, social networks, biological networks, molecular networks, and the Internet.
NETWORKING 2020 — The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Networking 2020 Conference
23 Jun 2020 - 25 Jun 2020 • Paris, France
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)
The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Networking 2020 Conference (NETWORKING 2020) will be held in Paris, France. This is the 19th event of the series, sponsored by the IFIP Technical Committee on Communication Systems (TC6). The main objective of Networking 2020 is to bring together academic and industrial experts of the networking community to discuss the most recent advances in networking, to highlight key issues, identify trends, and develop a vision of the future Internet from a design, deployment and operation standpoints.
PSCC 2020 — XXI Power Systems Computation Conference
29 Jun 2020 - 03 Jul 2020 • Porto, Portugal
The Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC) has become one of the most outstanding events in the area. With a change of pace from meeting every 3 years to every two, PSCC provides a truly international forum for the regular exchange of knowledge and experience on the latest developments in this area. PSCC addresses theoretical developments andcomputational aspects with respect to power system applications from micro-grids to mega-grids. There is an emphasis on modelling and simulation for understanding a system of components, plants, or actors, the interactions between them and their collective behaviour, and methods to inform decision-making in power systems. Contributions might comment on the analytical techniques, modelling challenges, and complex software engineering issues, or what the analyses say with respect to today’s and the future’s power system challenges. Thus, papers from utility and manufacturing industry engineers are just as welcome as those from academic researchers.
Games, Learning, and Networks
01 Feb 2021 - 19 Feb 2021 • Singapore, Singapore
Institute for Mathematical Sciences/National University of Singapore
The program aims at studying emerging questions on game theory and applications thereof. Some of the most relevant topics of investigation in game theory revolve around the idea of solution concept for a game, the complexity of its calculation, the ability of agents to learn it, its efficiency, and its nature when the game must satisfy some constraints, such as the ones imposed by an underlying network structure.
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Last updated: 12 February 2020