Complex Networks @ Sigma-Phi 2014

Rodi, 7-11 July 2014

Keynote Speaker:
  • Alberto Laszlo Barabasi - Taming Complexity: Controlling Networks
  • Guido Caldarelli - Self-Healing Networks
Invited Speakers:
  • Ginestra BianconiEvolution, information and entropy of multiplex networks
  • Francesca TriaExploiting networks of concepts in learning paths
  • Tomaso Aste - Information filtering networks
  • Davide Cellai - Percolation in multiplex networks with overlap
  • Gregorio De Agostino - Stochastic Processes on interdependent networks
  • Andrea Gabrielli - Reconstruction real economic and financial networks from partial information: WTW and e-Mid cases
  • Miguel A Munoz - Griffiths phases in complex brain networks
  • Gergely TibelyHierarchies in tagged data
  • Vinko Zlatic - Temporal Asymmetries in Italian Interbank Market reproduced by a data-driven Agent-Based Model
Contributed talks:
  • Advani M. -  Optimal High Dimensional M-estimation
  • Bonch T. -  Works of art as multilayer networks
  • Dettmann C. -  Connectivity of confined dense networks
  • Donnelly I. - C. -  Pattern Formation on Networks: a Continuous Time Random Walk approach
  • Evangelatos S. -  Statistical Mechanics Approach for the Detection of Multiple Wireless Sources via a Sensor Network
  • Gupte N. -  The transition to synchronisation on hierarchical networks
  • Jafari G. - R. -  The effect of censorship and community on emergence of monopoly
  • Kahng B. -  Non-trivial discontinuous percolation model in cluster aggregation processes
  • Laut I. -  Network Analysis of 3D complex plasma clusters in a rotating electric field
  • Lushnikov A. - A. -  Coagulation, gelation, random structures
  • Maletic S. -  Structural multiresolution entropy of simplicial networks
  • Maragakis M. -  A novel finite-size scaling method for the calculation of critical exponents of very low values found in explosive percolation
  • Munoz M. - A. -  Griffiths phases in complex brain networks
  • Niven R. - K. -  Analysis of Flow Networks by the Maximum Entropy Method
  • Samani K. - A. -  ‎P‎hase locked ‎solution‎ of the Kuramoto model on trees
  • Shimada T. -  A novel transition in robustness of open systems
  • Siringo F. -  Dimension changing phase transition in a lattice model: a new universality class?
  • Solovyev A. -  The model of public transport metropolis in the form of a multilayer network
  • von der Heydt A. -  Phase behavior of randomly cross-linked diblock copolymers
  • Yanagita T. -  The Schottky Anomaly in Easily Synchronizable Oscillator-Networks
Posters:
  • da Silva Barbosa C. -  Statistical analyses of the numerical modelling of geomagnetically induced currents in a Brazilian transmission line. - 
  • Doria F. -  Random field Ising model with finite connectivity
  • Fronczak A. -  Degree-corrected blockmodel: Benchmark graphs for testing community detection algorithms
  • Glushkov A. - V. -   Chaos-geometric attractor and quantum neural networks approach to simulation of chaotic evolutionary dynamics of complex systems
  • Hwang D.U. - Functional relation between fluctuation and node degree in coupled stochastic dynamical systems
  • Kim Y. -  Complete set of phase transition natures in generalized heterogeneous $k$-core percolation on random networks
  • Kyeong S. -  Brain network modular structure of two opposite temperament groups in dimensions of novelty seeking and harm avoidance 
  • Malarz K. -  Competing contact processes in the Watts--Strogatz network
  • Mattheakis M. -  Linear and nonlinear photonic rogue waves in complex transparent media
  • Oliveira J. - G. -  Structure of viable clusters in interdependent networks