SAM: random graphs and complex networks

From 4 to 22 September 2017 Eurandom is organising the Stochastic Activity Month (SAM) on random graphs and complex networks



The analysis of complex networks has in recent years started to play a central role in all sorts of applied and theoretical fields of science and technology. The advent of the computer age has resulted in increasing interest in fundamental properties of real-world phenomena appearing for instance in transportation, traffic, communication, energy, biological and social networks. Mathematics has been playing a primary role in establishing what is now referred to (by some) as Network science: a new, fast-growing interdisciplinary scientific field. Despite the fact that mathematical models of networks have been studied for several decades, rigorous, systematic research programs to do so were only initiated about twenty years ago. In this tenth Stochastic Activity Month, organized in collaboration with the NETWORKS consortium, we aim to bring together scientists and mathematicians from a diverse range of fields and backgrounds to discuss the latest developments and discoveries. 



Luca Avena (Leiden University)
Jop Briët (CWI)
Tim Hulshof (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Viresh Patel (University of Amsterdam) 



4-8 September 2017 YEP Workshop - Networks: Probability, Combinatorics and Algorithms
(organizers: Luca Avena; Tim Hulshof; Viresh Patel; Guus Regts)
11-15September 2017 Randomness and graphs: Processes and Structures
(organizers: Jop Briët; Remco van der Hofstad; Tim Hulshof; Júlia Komjáthy; Viresh Patel)

19-22 September 2017 Community Detection and Network reconstruction
(organizers: Luca Avena; Jop Briët; Rui Castro; Diego Garlaschelli) 


For more information and registration visit the website of Eurandom

When: Monday September 4th, 2017  -  Friday September 22nd, 2017
Where: Eurandom, Mathematics and Computer Science Dept, TU Eindhoven, Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ EINDHOVEN, The Netherlands