Workshop on Dynamic Networks 2013

November 5-7th, 2013 — Buenos Aires, Argentina

The program is available at:

:: Call for Papers ::

Large-scale networks with complex interaction patterns between its elements are abundantly found in a wide variety of fields such as Communications, social networks, blog & collaborative networks, WWW, P2P, DTN, Sensors, etc..

In the last decade many research efforts contributed to establish the basic ideas of a network science in order to characterize, model, and analyze such complex networks. This new science has found applications in a wide variety of fields in theoretical physicists, epidemiology, biology, economics, and computer science.

The networking layer in communication systems as well as the application layer, such as the social network, are relevant distinct research fields in the study of complex interacting networks. The present workshop is devoted to understand how is the mutual interaction between these layers, and the potential interplay, between dynamics taking place in each of them.

This workshop aims at exchanging and discussing ideas about the complex systems field, mainly oriented (but not limited to) the following topics:
Bio-inspired networks
Correlation of different types of social networks
Delay tolerant and disruption tolerant networks (DTN)
Discrete optimization and algorithms
Dynamical processes (proliferation, diffusion etc.)
Game theoretic models, pricing and incentives on dynamic networks
Implications of social networking on distributed network/systems
Mobility modeling and management
Robustness & Stability of dynamical networks
Sensor Networks
Social networks
Characterizing and analyzing dynamic networks
Tools and methods for collecting, analyzing, or visualizing data from dynamic networks