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Random Graphs and Complex Networks

Sep 2, 09:30 - Sep 4, 16:00

The field of mathematical foundations of complex networks has been flourishing in the past two decades. Complex networks are often modelled using random graphs, while stochastic processes on, and algorithms for, them are key to modelling network functionality.  Real-world complex networks are generally sparse, and highly inhomogeneous. Local convergence has proved to be a key methodology to study such networks, with many properties being dictated by the local limit.

This workshop focusses on recent results on the structure of random graphs, and touches upon processes on, and algorithms for, them. It also celebrates the recent publication of a book on the topic. The speakers have been selected for their influential role in the field.

Organiser: Remco van der Hofstad

Confirmed speakers:

Christian BorgsUC Berkeley
Mia DeijfenStockholm University
Steffen DereichUniversity of Münster
Cristian GiardinàUniversity of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Rajat HazraUniversity of Leiden
Frank den HollanderUniversity of Leiden
Svante JansonUppsala University
Lasse LeskeläAalto University
Nelly LitvakEindhoven University of Eindhoven
Michel MandjesUniversity of Amsterdam
Piet Van MieghemDelft University of Technology
Christian MönchJohannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Peter MörtersUniversity of Cologne
Clara StegehuisUniversity of Twente

 

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Details

Start:
Sep 2, 09:30
End:
Sep 4, 16:00

Venue

MF 11-12 (4th floor MetaForum Building, TU/e)

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