Category: Seminars

(Français) première réunion du projet CO3i — Connaissances collectives et cognition individuelle : conceptions, croisements disciplinaires, données

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Seminar by Federico Battiston: Structure and dynamics of multiplex networks

Federico Battiston from Queen Mary, University of London will talk about: Title: Structure and dynamics of multiplex networks Abstract: Many real-world complex systems consist of a set of elementary units connected by relationships of different kinds. All such systems are better described in terms of multiplex networks, where the links at each layer represent a …

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Seminar by Dr. Gerardo Iñiguez: Modelling complex contagion with tie heterogeneities

Dr. Gerardo Iñiguez from Institute for Research in Applied Mathematics and Systems, National Autonomous University of Mexico. He is going to talk about: Modelling complex contagion with tie heterogeneities Social influence, the effect that the past behaviour of acquaintances has on our daily decisions, is arguably the main driving mechanism of many complex collective phenomena …

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Seminar: The power of local search for clustering by Vincent Viallat Cohen Addad

Abstract : What are the performance guarantees of the algorithms used in practice for clustering problems? In a paper with Phil Klein and Claire Mathieu, we give the first polynomial-time approximation schemes for the following problems: (1) uniform facility location in edge-weighted planar graphs; (2) $k$-median and $k$-means in edge-weighted planar graphs; (3) $k$-means in …

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Controversy Mapping a Travel Companion

HDR dissertation by Tommaso Venturini under the Supervision of Pablo Jensen Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon Jury: Richard Rogers, Dominique Pestre, Dominique Vinck, didier bigo, Pablo Jensen, Eric Fleury Monday September 26th, 10:30AM. ENS de Lyon.

SOCIONET: 6-8 Juin 2016 / ENS de Lyon

Rencontres interdisciplinaires pour jeunes chercheurs sur les réseaux sociaux : description, données, modélisation, interprétation L’Institut rhônalpin des systèmes complexes organise les 6-8 juin un atelier thématique de trois jours sur la notion de réseau social, ses usages dans différentes disciplines et sur les données qui la documentent. Par réseau, nous désignons un ensemble d’unités …

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Workshop on Data Driven Approach to Networks and Language

Lyon, France, MAY 11-13, 2016 Network Science Thematic Semester Series of Interdisciplinary Workshop *** Scope and Topics: The first aim of this workshop is to enhance our understanding of the links between individuals, social structure, and language usage. These questions should be addressed by the detailed analysis of recently available large digital datasets, like …

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Workshop on Dynamics On and Of Networks

Lyon, France, JUNE 20-22, 2016 Network Science Thematic Semester Interdisciplinary Workshop Series *** Scope and Topics The dynamical evolution of complex networks and ongoing processes are one of the hottest contemporary directions in Network Science. The main aim of this workshop is to bring together experts in this field focusing on the description, observation, …

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Conference on Complex networks: from theory to interdisciplinary applications

Marseille, France, from July 11th to 13th, 2016 We invite contributions in all areas of network science, including (but not limited to) theory of complex networks, network data analysis, temporal networks, multiplex networks, online social networks, biological networks, economic networks, transport and infrastructure networks, dynamical processes on complex networks,… Contributions of interdisciplinary nature are …

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Network Science Thematic Semester

Lyon MAY 11-13, 2016 — Lyon JUNE 20-22, 2016 — Marseille JULY 11-13, 2016   The semester Network Science is organized by the project team DANTE (Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon, Université Claude Bernard (Lyon 1), CNRS, Laboratoire de l’Informatique du Parallélisme — UMR5668), the SiSyPhe team (Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon, Université Claude Bernard (Lyon 1), CNRS, …

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