YEP XV "Information Diffusion on Random Networks"
Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 29, 2019
The "Information diffusion on random graphs" workshop is the 15th workshop in the ‘Young European Probabilists’ yearly workshops.
Diffusion processes in networks manifests themselves in many real-life scenarios, such as epidemic spreading, viral marketing and power blackouts. This YEP workshop focuses information diffusion on networks. The phenomenon of information diffusion recently attracted vast attention across a wide range of research fields, including mathematics, physics, computer science, and social sciences. Therefore, this YEP will focus not only on purely probabilistic aspects, but also take an algorithmic and application perspective. The aim of the workshop is to bring together junior and senior researchers from probability and from other fields, and to bridge the corresponding scientific communities.
The workshop will have three mini courses by internationally renowned researchers, giving an opportunity to junior as well as senior attendants to learn about a new topic related to information diffusion. Other than that, the workshop will consist of invited talks by junior and senior researchers.
Remco van der Hofstad (TU Eindhoven / Eurandom)
Nelly Litvak (University of Twente / TU Eindhoven)
Clara Stegehuis (TU Eindhoven)
|Frank Ball||University of Nottingham|
|Mia Deijfen||Stockholm University|
|Renaud Lambiotte||University of Oxford|
|Claudio Castellano||Sapienza, Rome|
|Eric Cator||Radboud University Nijmegen|
|Wei Chen||Microsoft Research Asia|
|Petter Holme||Tokyo Institute of Technolofy|
|Lasse Leskelä||Aalto University|
|Marton Karsai||ENS Lyon|
|Juliá Komjathy||TU Eindhoven|
|Naoki Masuda||Bristol University|
|Peter Mörters||Cologna University|
|David Sirl||University of Nottingham|
|Chi Tran||Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille|
|Daniel Valesin||University of Groningen|
|Rose Yu||Northeastern University|
During the conference we have a few slots available for contributed talks by participants. If you wish to apply for a contributed talk, please send your title and abstract to email@example.com.
We will also organize a poster session. If you would like to present a poster, you can indicate this on the registration form.
For this workshop, we have reserved a limited budget that can be used to cover the local accommodation expenses of the speakers, especially for young participants with limited resources. Speakers are encouraged to apply for the funding by sending an email to Patty Koorn at Koorn@eurandom.tue.nl. The deadline for the funding application is on
December 15. Funding applications will be treated on a first come first served basis.
will follow soon
Link to the online registration form: REGISTRATION
Information on travel, location etc. : INFORMATION