MoN18: Eighteenth Mathematics of Networks meeting 8th April 2019 – Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

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The eighteenth Mathematics of Networks meeting will be held on 8th April 2019 at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. The theme for this meeting is dynamics on networks and dynamics of networks. Thanks to Andrew Mellor and Ebrahim Patel our local organisers. The organizers are grateful to The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) for sponsoring this meeting.

Travel Information

MoN18 will be held in Lecture Theatre L3 at the Andrew Wiles Building, Mathematical Institute. The room should be clearly signposted from the entrance. Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided.

Attending Mathematics of Networks

Attendance at MoN is always free of cost. In order to attend you must register at eventbrite by 2nd April.

Timetable and abstracts

Abstracts are linked from this timetable,

10:30-10:55 Welcome, registration and coffee
10:55-11:00 Opening remarks
Session 1: Network dynamics and inference
11:00-11:40 Francesco di Lauro (Sussex) Network inference from population-level observation of epidemics (abstract)
11:40-12:20 Bingsheng Chen (Imperial) Emergence of scaling modular structures through random walks rewiring (abstract)
12:20-13:00 James Robinson (UCL) Predicting switching graph labelings with cluster specialists (abstract)
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Session 2: Network systems
14:00-14:40 Peter Thompson (Predictable Network Solutions) A novel approach to verification of distributed system performance (abstract)
14:40-15:20 Arta Cika (Oxford) Quantifying link stability in mobile ad hoc networks using Hidden Markov Models (abstract)
15:20-15:50 Coffee break
Session 3: Dynamics on networks
15:50-16:30 Iacopo Iacopini (QMUL) Simplicial models of social contagion (abstract)
16:30-17:10 Carl Dettmann (Bristol) Spectral statistics in spatial networks (abstract)
17:10-17:20 Closing remarks and drinks at a nearby hostelry

About Mathematics of Networks

MoN is an informal series of meetings that has now been running since 2003. The series encourages interdisciplinary communication in networking research. It is an excellent venue for presenting new ideas or gaining a wider audience for established research.

Information and slides from previous meetings are available. To receive updates on this meeting or to hear about future meetings in the series, please join the mailing list.


Registered participants

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