MoN13 2014: Thirteenth Mathematics of Networks meeting – Imperial College London

The thirteenth Mathematics of Networks meeting will take place on Wednesday 10th September 2014 at Imperial College in London. The meeting is free to present and to attend. Thanks to Tim Evans for acting as local organiser. MoN13 is supported by the EPSRC UK Network on Emergence and Physics far from equilibrium.

This MoN is being organised to coincide with The Connected Past. TCP is a one-and-a-half-day multi-disciplinary meeting to explore how concepts and techniques from network- and complexity science can be used to study archaeological data. It will be held on 8th and 9th September at Imperial college.

Attending Mathematics of Networks

The meeting is free but requires registration in order to estimate numbers for catering. To attend this meeting or find out more about MoN meetings please contact Richard G. Clegg and mailto:keith.briggst_at_bt_dot_com. The deadline for registration is 5th September 2014.

Provisional timetable

10:30 Welcome and Coffee
Session 1: The structure of networks
11:15 Michael T. Schaub (Imperial) Structure of complex networks: Quantifying edge-to-edge relations… (Abstract PDF)
12:00 Massimiliano Zanin (The Innaxis Foundation) Multi-layer functional networks: have we got the basics right? (Abstract)
12:45 Lunch
Session 2: Networks of human activity
13:45 Frederico Battiston (QMUL) Structural measures for multiplex networks (Abstract)
14:15 Valerio Ciotti (QMUL) Homophily and social dependence: Revisiting mechanisms of tie creation in social networks (Abstract)
14:45 Pietro Panzarasa (QMUL) Simmelian brokerage and social capital: Reconciling social cohesion and structural holes (Abstract)
15:15 Moreno Bonaventura (QMUL) Interdisciplinarity and specialisation: Roads to scientific success (Abstract)
15:45 Coffee break
Session 3: Language networks
16:00 Dario Papavassiliou (Warwick) The evolutionary network of the Germanic languages (Abstract)
16:45 James Clough (Imperial) What is the dimension of citation space? (Abstract PDF)
17:30 Closing remarks
17:45 Drinks in nearby hostelry

About Mathematics of Networks

Mathematics of Networks is an informal series of meetings that has now been running for eleven years. It encourages interdisciplinary communication in networking research. It is an excellent venue for presenting new ideas or gaining a wider audience for established research. Presentations on any aspect of networking are welcomed, particularly if the techniques or conclusions are applicable in other networking disciplines. Slides and information from previous meetings are available.

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Confirmed participants

Contact: Keith Briggs (mailto:keith.briggs_at_bt_dot_com) or Richard G. Clegg (