Co-located with: SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS15)
Presentations from the Conference
Selected presentations from the 2015 Conference on Network Science have been captured and are available as slides with synchronized audio. In addition there are PDF’s of the slides available for printing. View presentation slides with synchronized audio.
Workshop Organizing Committee Co-chairs
Aric Hagberg, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Anil Kumar S. Vullikanti, Virginia Tech, USA
Workshop Organizing Committee
Abhijin Adiga, Virginia Tech, USA
Leman Akloglu, Stony Brook University, USA
Danielle Bassett, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Seshadhri Comandur, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Michelle Girvan, University of Maryland, USA
David F. Gleich, Purdue University, USA
Alexander Gutfraind, University of Illinois, USA
Mahantesh Halappanavar, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, USA
Paul Hines, University of Vermont, USA
Maleq Khan, Virginia Tech, USA
Madhav Marathe, Virginia Tech, USA
Peter J. Mucha, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Takashi Nishikawa, Northwestern University, USA
Ali Pinar, Sandia National Laboratory, USA
Cynthia Phillips, Sandia National Laboratory, USA
Sucheta Soundarajan, Rutgers University, USA
Blair Sullivan, North Carolina State University, USA
Gil Zussman, Columbia University, USA
Network science is a mathematically-rich, multi-disciplinary field that studies a vast set of problems from social networks, biology, chemistry, power systems, and information retrieval. The goal of network science is to understand the commonalities and differences among the graphs and networks underlying these problems, their impact on each application, and the new mathematics needed to accomplish these tasks. For instance, one of the most striking features of many natural, social and technological networks is that they lack the regularity of grids and meshes that are common in engineering and scientific computing.
The goal of this workshop is to provide the SIAM community that studies these problems with a venue to interact, collaborate, and discuss this emerging field. This year's workshop will be co-located with the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems 2015, which we hope will lead to active discussions and collaborations among participants.
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the U.S. National Science Foundation for its support of this conference.
In the 2015 workshop, we invite contributions focused on all aspects of rigorous computational and mathematical techniques involved in network analysis, with a particular interest in contributions in the following areas:
- dynamic processes on networks and especially epidemic spreading models
- higher order network analysis including topological and geometric methods for networks
- applications to infrastructure and computer security networks
All submissions will be handled through the SIAM NetSci15 Easychair website using the SIAM Workshop on Network Science Latex style files. Please submit a two page abstract. We expect these abstracts to be presented as either long talks, short talks, or posters.
Submission Style Files
We have prepared a style file for the conference.
The deadline for contributions is
January 10 January 19 (Deadline Extended). We expect to make notifications in mid February.
The program schedule is now available. [PDF, 20KB]