Satellite workshop at NetSci2018
12 Jun 2018 Paris (France)

Program

 2 Jun 2018, 8h45 – 13h15  - TOTEM at the Institute of Complex Systems of Paris (ISC-PIF), 11 Place Nationale, 75013 Paris

8h45 – 9h15. Camille Roth, Sciences-Po Paris: Articulating the local and global socio-informational dynamics 

9h15 – 9h30. Djurdjevac Conrad Natasa1, Helfmann Luzie2, Zonker Johannes2, Schuette Christof2

                       1Zuse Institute Berlin (Germany), 2Zuse Institute Berlin, Freie Universitaet Berlin (Germany)

                    Complex networks and Agent-based modeling for innovation spreading in ancient times

9h30 – 9h45. Claire Lagesse1, Douady Stéphane21TheMa (France), 2Matière et Systèmes Complexes (France)

                    Reading Cities through their Lines: How to describe road networks structures

9h45 – 10h15. Matthieu Latapy, CNRS-UPMC Paris: Analysis of temporal interactions with link streams

10h15 – 10h30. Å¡ubelj Lovro Faculty of Computer and Information Science [Ljubljana] (Slovenia)

                    Convex skeleton: Generalization of a network spanning tree

10h30 – 10h45. Liu Shikang1, Hachen D.2, Lizardo O.2, Poellabauer C.1, Striegel A.1, Milenkovic Ti.1 - 

                   1Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame (United States),

                   2Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame (United States)

                    Exploring co-evolution of individuals' social networks and physical activities

11h15 – 11h30 coffee pause

11h30 – 12h. Fariba Karimi, GESIS Cologne: Homophily influences visibility and ranking of minorities in social networks

12h – 12h15. Xu Mengqiao1, Xia Haoxiang1.

                    1Faculty of Management and Economics, Dalian University of Technology (China)

                    Architecture of the global container shipping network: a crucial structural core

12h15 – 12h30. Stefano Dorigo, University of Paris 9. 

                    The re-appropriation of digital networks. The observation of the No Tav movement

12h30 – 13h. Noshir Contractor, Northwestern University: Deep Space Collaboration: Impact of Social Networks on Task Switching in Collaborative Work

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