2015

6th Workshop on Complex Networks

 
 

Poster Dimensions

Each poster presented will be assigned a space for hanging their poster. The max size we suggest for poster is 42x42 inches.

The venue will provide the space and all the necessary materials to hang your posters.


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Program at a Glance
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015

8:00 Registration and light breakfast

8:50 Opening remarks

9:00 Invited Speaker: Mark Newman

9:50 Invited Speaker: Ching-Yung Lin 

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 Technical session 1: Multiplex, Synchronization and Cascades

12:45 Lunch

13:45 Technical Session 2: Community Detection and Co-Evolving Networks

16:00 Coffee Break

16:20 Invited Speaker: Arun Sundararajan

17:30 Poster Session (refreshments included)

19:30 Dinner on your own


THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015

8:00 Registration and light breakfast

9:00 Invited Speaker: Hernan Makse

9:50 Invited Speaker: Alex Arenas

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 Technical session 3: Network Theory, Modeling and Metrics #1

12:45 Lunch

13:45 Technical Session 4: Networks in Finance and Economics

16:00 Invited Speaker: Kate Coronges

16:50 Coffee Break

17:10 Technical Session 5: Social Networks, Social Media and the Arts

18:55 Art of Networks opening (refreshments included)

20:30 Dinner on own


FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015

8:00 Registration and light breakfast

9:00 Invited Speaker: Reka Albert

9:50 Invited Speaker: Chaoming Song

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 Technical session 6: Network Theory, Modeling and Metrics #2

12:45 Lunch

13:45 Technical Session 7: Diffusion, Spreading and Searching on Networks

15:45 Invited Speaker: Cesar Hidalgo

16:35 Coffee Break

16:55 Technical Session 8: Language Networks and Science of Science

18:10 Closing remarks and Announcement of CompleNet 2016 Venue


Sessions

(Presentations are 15 minutes long + 2 minutes of questions)

Technical session 1: Multiplex, Synchronization and Cascades

  1. Sergey Melnik, Mason Porter, Peter Mucha and James Gleeson. Cascades on heterogeneous networks of networks

  2. Laura Lotero, Alessio Cardillo, Rafael Hurtado and Jesus Gomez-Gardenes. Several multiplexes in the same city: The role of socioeconomic differences in urban mobility

  3. Yosef Kornbluth, Gabriel Cwilich and Sergey Buldyrev. Cascading failures due to network overload

  4. Nikos Kouvaris, Shigefumi Hata and Albert Diaz-Guilera. Pattern formation in multiplex networks

  5. Albert Diaz-Guilera. Dynamics on multiplex networks

  6. Kwang-Il Goh. Phase transition and hysteresis in the viability of multiplex networks

  7. Daniel Aguilar-Velázquez and Lev Guzman-Vargas. Synchronization levels in signaling networks with 1/f dynamics

Technical Session 2: Community Detection and Co-Evolving Networks

  1. Florian Klimm, Javier Borge-Holtoefer, Niels Wessel, Jürgen Kurths and Gorka Zamora-López. Individual node’s contribution to the mesoscale of complex networks

  2. Fabricio Olivetti de Franca and Guilherme Palermo Coelho. A flexible fitness function for community detection in complex networks

  3. Michele Starnini, Antoine Moinete and Romualdo Pastor-Satorras. Interplay between burstiness and social activity in temporal networks

  4. Azadeh Nematzadeh, Emilio Ferrara, Alessandro Flammini and Yong-Yeol Ahn. Optimal network modularity for information diffusion

  5. Keisuke Nakata and Tsuyoshi Murata. Fast optimization of Hamiltonian for constrained community detection

  6. Michael Danziger, Amir Bashan and Shlomo Havlin. Interdependent resistor networks with process-driven dependency

  7. Noé Gaumont, François Queyroi, Clémence Magnien and Matthieu Latapy. Expected Nodes: a quality function for the detection of link communities


Technical session 3: Network Theory, Modeling and Metrics #1

  1. Ali Faqeeh, Sergey Melnik and James Gleeson. L-cloning for the analysis of network clustering

  2. Ilaria Giannoccaro and Giuseppe Carbone. Collaborative problem solving in complex settings: Coupling NK model with the Ising/Glauber dynamics

  3. Hend Alrasheed and Feodor Dragan. Core-Periphery Models for Graphs based on their Delta-Hyperbolicity: An Example Using Biological Networks

  4. Ewan Colman. Two kinds of cumulative advantage observed in networks

  5. James Bagrow. Shadow networks: Discovering hidden nodes with models of information flow

  6. Louis Shekhtman, Saray Shai and Shlomo Havlin. Resilience of interdependent modular networks


Technical Session 4: Networks in Finance and Economics

  1. Arnau Gavaldà-Miralles, David R. Choffnes, John S. Otto, Mario A. Sánchez, Fabián E. Bustamante, Luís A. N. Amaral, Roger Guimerà and Jordi Duch. Understanding user behaviour in massive decentralized sharing network

  2. Dominik Hartmann, Miguel Guevara and Cesar Hidalgo. Tell me what you make and I will tell you how unequal you are: Uncovering the relationship between productive structure and income inequality

  3. Mohsen Mosleh, Kia Dalili and Babak Heydari. Efficient structure for networks with heterogeneous Connection Model

  4. Takayuki Mizuno, Takaaki Ohnishi and Tsutomu Watanabe. Global inter-firm networks and stock price correlations

  5. Fabio Saracco, Riccardo Di Clemente, Andrea Gabrielli and Tiziano Squartini. Randomizing bipartite networks: the case of the World Trade Web

  6. Matteo Barigozzi, Giorgio Fagiolo and Giuseppe Mangioni. Detecting hidden correlation patterns in the historical behavior of country merchandise trade

  7. Riccardo Di Clemente, Fabio Saracco, Andrea Gabrielli and Luciano Pietronero. From innovation to diversification: a simple competitive model

  8. Dmitry Zinoviev, Jane Zhen and Kate Li. Building mini-categories in product networks


Technical Session 5: Social Networks, Social Media and the Arts

  1. Flavio L. Pinheiro, Marta D. Santos, Francisco C. Santos and Jorge M. Pacheco. The universality of peer-influence in social networks

  2. Eric Brewe and Jesper Bruun. Structural patterns in backbone networks of multiple-choice test responses

  3. Marcos Oliveira, Hugo Barbosa Filho, Tobin Yehle, Sarah White and Ronaldo Menezes. From criminal spheres of familiarity to crime networks

  4. Naghmeh Momeni and Michael Rabbat. Measuring the Generalized Friendship Paradox in networks with quality-dependent connectivity

  5. Adrian Hecker, Corrie Jacobien Carstens and Kathy Horadam. Neighbourhood Distinctiveness: an initial study

  6. Xiaotian Wang, Chuang Zhang and Ming Wu. Sentiment Classification Analysis of Chinese microblog network


Technical session 6: Network Theory, Modeling and Metrics #2

  1. Manas Agarwal, Rishi Ranjan Singh, Shubham Chaudhary and S.R.S. Iyengar. An efficient estimation of a node's betweenness

  2. Vincenza Carchiolo, Alessandro Longheu, Michele Malgeri and Giuseppe Mangioni. How PageRank attachment process is affected by network topology.

  3. Colin Campbell, Justin Ruths, Derek Ruths, Katriona Shea and Réka Albert. Network models with realistic control profiles

  4. Tanay Kumar Saha and Mohammad Hasan. Finding network motifs using MCMC sampling

  5. Sho Tsugawa and Hiroyuki Ohsaki. Analysis of the robustness of degree centrality against random errors in graphs

  6. Babak Fotouhi and Naghmeh Momeni. Non-trivial inter-layer degree correlations in heterogeneously growing multiplex networks


Technical Session 7: Diffusion, Spreading and Searching on Networks

  1. Kaiyuan Sun, Andrea Baronchelli and Nicola Perra. Epidemic spreading in non-Markovian time-varying networks

  2. Peter Fennell, Sergey Melnik and James Gleeson. Statistically exact simulation of Eepidemiological dynamics on networks

  3. Clara Granell, Sergio Gomez and Alex Arenas. Competing spreading processes on multiplex networks: awareness and epidemics

  4. Jesus Gomez-Gardenes, Laura Lotero, Sergei Taraskin and Francisco Perez-Reche. Explosive transitions to large social contagions

  5. Jordi Ripoll, Joan Saldaña, Marta Pellicer and Albert Avinyó. The role of migration patterns in the spread of epidemics in complex networks

  6. Madhurima Nath, Stephen Eubank, Mina Youssef, Yasamin Khorramzadeh and Shahir Mowlaei. A two-parameter method to characterize the network reliability for diffusive processes

  7. Sunny Nigam, Masanori Shimono, Olaf Sporns and John Beggs. Rich club neurons dominate Information transfer in local cortical networks


Technical Session 8: Language Networks and Science of Science

  1. Catherine Cramer, Lori Sheetz, Hiroki Sayama, Paul Trunfio, H. Eugene Stanley and Stephen Uzzo. NetSci High: Bringing network science research to high schools

  2. Michael Szell, Roberta Sinatra and Albert-László Barabási. Understanding team success

  3. Roberta Sinatra. Scientific success and its contextual factors

  4. Luca Pappalardo, Filippo Simini, Salvatore Rinzivillo, Dino Pedreschi and Fosca Giannotti. Characterizing the Heterogeneity of Human Mobility ranges

 

Important Dates


Workshop

    March 25-27, 2015

Big Data Fest
        March 28, 2015

Abstract/Paper Submission

    November 16, 2014

Author Notification

    December 2, 2014

Submission Camera-Ready

    December 15, 2014

Author Registration
    December 15, 2014

Early Registration Date

    January 12, 2015