Young Talent Symposium 2020 on Monday, November 2nd

 

Time:  15:30 - 17:00.
Venue:  Online.

Program

15:30

Keynote | Dirk Brockmann

A networks perspective on the COVID-19-pandemic

Dirk Brockmann is a German physicist and Professor at the Institute for Biology at Humboldt University of Berlin and the Rober Koch Institute in Berlin. He worked on a variety of topics ranging from computational neuroscience, anomalous diffusion, Levy flights, human mobility, computational epidemiology, and complex networks. He is currently heading the COVID-19 mobility project and will present a network perspective on the pandemic.

16:15 Young Talent Prize Ceremony
16:25

Young Talent | Clara Stegehuis

Motifs: where can we find them?

Subgraphs that appear more often than expected in a network, also called motifs, have proven important for understanding many types of real-world networks, from financial networks to social media. To find out which subgraphs appear more often than you would expect, the subgraph count in a data set is often compared to the subgraph count in a network null model. We therefore analyze all subgraph counts in such a network null model mathematically. Interestingly, by not only investigating subgraph counts but also their locations in the network, we find that most subgraphs only appear in very specific regions of the network model.

17:00 Closing

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Dutch NetSci coming events

 

Date Event Venue
2nd November 2020

Dutch NetSci Young Talent Symposium (Register here)

Online

 


 

Other coming events

 

Date Event Venue
16th October 2020

Dutch Network Economics Day (Register here)

Tinbergen University

 


Previous Dutch NetSci events

 

Date Event Venue
31st October 2019 Dutch NetSci Autumn Symposium TU Delft
8th July 2019 Board/Steering Committee meeting Leiden University
7th May 2019 Opening Symposium of the Dutch Network Science Society TU Delft
28th Nov 2018 Dutch Netsci Society Inaugural Meeting Amsterdam UMC

 


Other previous events

 

Date Event Venue
12th-18th July 2020 Complex networks: from socio-economic systems to biology and brain Lipari, Italy
6th-10th July 2020 NetSci 2020 Rome, Italy
3rd-5th June 2020 International Conference on Computational Sciences Amsterdam, The Netherlands
20th-22nd April 2020 2nd Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Disinformation in Open Online Media Leiden University, The Netherlands
6th-10th April 2020 Meeting on Dense Random Graphs (EURANDOM) TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
9th-13th December 2019 Heavy tails (EURANDOM) TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
29th November 2019 LCN2 Seminar by Michel Mandjes Leiden University, The Netherlands
17th October 2019 TI Dutch Network Economics Day Tinbergen Institute Amsterdam