This informal series of meetings gives researchers a forum to present new work which uses mathematics to investigate networks. The meetings encourage interdisciplinary communications and talks have been from many fields including computer networks, road networks, economic networks, archaeological networks and biological networks.
If you would like to attend or present at a meeting or be added to the list of contactees then please email email@example.com or .
To keep up to date, join the mailing list. It is very low traffic and reserved solely for announcements about this series of meetings.
MoN1: 18th July 2003, University of York.
MoN2: 2nd July 2004, BT Martlesham, Ipswich.
MoN3: 20th December 2004, Imperial College, London.
MoN4: 22nd July 2005 at Queen Mary, University of London.
MoN5: 7th April 2006 at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
MoN6: 29th June 2007 at Dept Elec Eng, University College London.
MoN7: 27th June 2008 Dept of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol.
MoN8: 18th September 2009 William Gates Building, Cambridge University.
MoN9: 18th June 2010, the University of St Andrews.
MoN10: 16th September 2011, Department of Computer Science, Loughborough University.
MoN11: 20th July 2012, the University of Warwick.
MoN12: 16th September 2013, University of Southampton.
MoN13: 10th September 2014, Imperial College.
MoN14: 21st September 2015, Oxford University.
MoN15: 23rd September 2016, University of Bath.