Upcoming events

Dynamics Days Latin America and the Caribbean, 2018

Albert   |  events   |   26/11/2018

Since its beginnings, a key goal of the Dynamics Days LAC has been to promote cross-fertilization of ideas from different areas. In particular, the meeting is deliberately structured to encourage active participation from young scientists, through invited and contributed oral presentations or posters. On this occasion, there will be also thematic mini-symposia, ranging from brain networks, power grids and information technology, to smart cities and social networks.

More info: https://ddayslac2018.org/

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AMCOS conference

Albert   |  events   |   21/03/2018

The AMCOS conference aims at bringing together renowned experts and young researchers who work on the modeling of complex systems and the emergence of collective phenomena, as well as on the analysis of complex data sets in order to infer structure and functionality of networks. Particular focus lies also on oscillatory dynamics in neuroscience and physiology. Accompanying tutorials by leading experts will interactively introduce the different conference themes. Registration and abstract submission for contributed talks and poster presentations will open 15/10/2017. 

More info: https://amcosconference.com/

Network Frontier Workshop 2017

Albert   |  events   |   11/12/2017

The Network Frontier Workshop 2017 is a two-day virtual conference highlighting current research on network dynamics. Presentations will emphasize physical principles underlying synchronization and symmetry in network dynamics, as well as network problems in biological, ecological, social, and physical systems.

More info: http://netfrontier.northwestern.edu/

Recent publications

Opinion competition dynamics on multiplex networks

R Amato, N E Kouvaris, M San Miguel and A Díaz-Guilera
New J. Phys 19 123019 (2017)

Influence of topology in the mobility enhancement of pulse-coupled oscillator synchronization

A. Beardo, L. Prignano, O. Sagarra, and A. Díaz-Guilera
Phys. Rev. E 96 062306 (2017)

Wiring the Past: A Network Science Perspective on the Challenge of Archeological Similarity Networks

Luce Prignano, Ignacio Morer, Albert Diaz-Guilera
Front. Digit. Humanit. 4 13 (2017)

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