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This workshop is being held jointly with 2018 SIAM Annual Meeting (AN18), The SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science (MS18), and The SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education (ED18).
Network science has a rich history, tracing its roots back through sociology, physics, biology, electrical engineering, computer science, and topology all the way to Euler and the Königsberg bridges nearly 300 years ago. Network science is concerned with the structure and dynamics of graphs (and generalizations of graphs), dynamical processes on such graphs, and the design and analysis algorithms that compute with and on them. The goal of the SIAM Network Science workshop is to promote cross-fertilization among the communities that study and apply networks, both inside and outside SIAM.
Tiago de Paula PeixotoUniversity of Bath, United KingdomJohan UganderStanford University, USA
Reka AlbertPenn State University, USAJim BagrowUniversity of Vermont, USAAustin BensonCornell University, USARajmonda CaceresMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USAAaron ClausetUniversity of Colorado, Boulder, USAManlio De DomenicoUniversitat Rovira i Virgili, SpainKameron Decker HarrisUniversity of Washington, USABailey FosdickColorado State University, USAJohn GilbertUniversity of California at Santa Barbara, USAKimberly GlassHarvard University USADavid GleichPurdue University, USAThilo GrossUniversity of Bristol, United KingdomRoger GuimeráUniversitat Rovira i Virgili, SpainAric HagbergLos Alamos National Laboratory, USAMahantesh HalappanavarPacific Northwest National Laboratory, USALaurent Hébert-DufresneUniversity of Vermont, USA
Abigail JacobsUniversity of California, Berkeley, USAKrešimir JosićUniversity of Houston, USADavid KempeUniversity of Southern California, USAChristine KlymkoLawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USAAnil Kumar S. VullikantiVirginia Tech, USALucas LacasaQueen Mary University, United KingdomDan LarremoreUniversity of Colorado, Boulder, USAYang-Yu LiuHarvard University. USANaoki MasudaUniversity of Bristol, United KingdomBen MillerMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USAYamir MorenoUniversity of Zaragoza, SpainJoel NishimuraArizona State University, USALeto PeelUniversité Catholique de Louvain, BelgiumGiovanni PetriISI Foundation, ItalyAli PinarSandia National Laboratories, USAMason PorterUniversity of California, Los Angeles, USAEmilie PurvinePacific Northwest National Laboratory, USAMiklos RaczPrinceton University, USAWilliam RandNorth Carolina State University, USATim RogersUniversity of Bath, United Kingdom
Jonathan RubinUniversity of Pittsburgh, USAMarta Sales-PardoUniversidad Rovira i Virgili, SpainSamuel ScarpinoNortheastern University, USASaray ShaiWesleyan University, USAGwen SpencerSmith College, USAJie Sun Clarkson University, USADaniel SussmanBoston University, USAOmer TamuzCalifornia Institute of Technology, USADane TaylorUniversity of Buffalo, USACharalampos TsourakakisBoston University, USATim WeningerUniversity of Notre Dame, USAJean-Gabriel YoungUniversité Laval, Canada
Aric HagbergLos Alamos National Laboratory, USAMadhav MaratheVirginia Tech, USAAli Pinar (Chair)Sandia National Laboratories, USADan SpielmanYale University, USABlair SullivanNorth Carolina State University, USA
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.
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