2019 NETSCI CALLS




NETSCI 2019 SATELLITES CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTION

To view calls for contribution to the 2019 NetSci Satellites please visit their individual websites for the most up-to-date information:

NETSCI 2019 SATELLITE SESSIONS 

Statistical Inference for Network Models [Link]
Networks in Food Systems & Nutrition [Link]
NetSciEd 2019: The NetSci Satellite Symposium on Network Science and Education [Link]
Network Science for Social Good [Link]
Networks in Cognitive Science [Link]
Machine Learning in Network Science [Link]
NetCrime - Structure and Mobility of Crime [Link]
The 6th Satellite on Quantifying Success [Link]
Network Neuroscience [Link]
Information and Self-Organizing Dynamics on Networks (ISODS) [Link]
Statistical Physics of Financial and Economic Networks [Link]
Diversify NetSci [Link]
Higher-Order Models in Network Science (HONS)  [Link]
DOOCN-XII: Network Representation Learning  [Link]
NetSciReg - Network Models in Cellular Regulation [Link]
NetMed19 Getting connected: Systems medicine and networks [Link]
Controlling Complex Networks: When Control Theory Meets Network Science [Link]




CALL TO SUBMIT A PROJECT TO THE OPEN NETSCI HACKATHON

About
The Open NetSci Hackathon is an event sponsored by PLOS. It is part of the extended program of the 14th International School and Conference on Network Science (NetSci 2019).

The goal of the Hackathon is to promote open research practice in Network Science. For the first edition, the theme will be open code and data.

When, where?
Before NetSci 2019, on May 25th and 26th, in Burlington VT. At the Generator Maker Space

Who?
Anyone registered for the NetSci 2019 School and Satellites can join, free of charge!

How to submit a project?

If you want to lead a project, send us your description via email at apatania@iu.edu. We will add it to the list and reserve a time-slot for your pitch on the first morning of the hackathon.




CALL FOR NETSCI2019 VISUALIZATION PRIZE

We invite you to submit a piece of artwork inspired by network science or a beautiful networks data visualization. We will print and display selected artwork to be judged by an expert panel of judges at the NetSci 2019 Conference. Winners will receive a very exciting prize which will be announced shortly.

Submit proposals:


Single JPEG file of original digital artwork, one abstract describing the piece no longer than one page, longer proposals will not be accepted. Sculptural and three-dimensional submissions should be submitted as a photograph.


Important dates

Deadline for submission of artworks: February 20, 2019.
Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2019.




CALL FOR FELLOWS INFO

Fellows of the NetSci Society

The Fellowship Program of the Network Science Society recognizes researchers who have made outstanding and significant contributions to network science research and to the community of network scientists. Elected nominees are named Fellows of the Network Science Society.

Deadline and Decisions. The completed nomination package must be received at the above e-mail address on or before March 1. A letter of intent (LOI) indicating just the names of the guarantor, co-sponsors, and nominee should be sent to the email above by February 15. The LOI is optional but strongly recommended. Decisions are expected to be communicated by March 31 of the respective year..





CALL FOR ERDŐS–RÉNYI PRIZE

The Erdős–Rényi Prize is awarded to a selected young scientist (under 40 years old on the day of the nomination deadline) for their achievements in research activities in the area of network science, broadly construed. While the achievements can be both theoretical and experimental, the prize is aimed at emphasizing outstanding contributions relevant to the interdisciplinary progress of network science.

Deadlines. The completed nomination package must be received at the above e-mail address on or before March 1. A letter of intent (LOI) indicating just the names of the nominator, co-nominators, and nominee should be sent to the email above by February 15. The LOI is optional but strongly recommended. Decisions are expected to be communicated by March 31.





CALL EULER AWARD

The Euler Award will be granted for outstanding research discoveries in the field of network science, especially those that changed paradigms or assumptions. The award is for an important scientific contribution, not for the lifetime contributions of the nominee. Contributions may concern recent discoveries or past breakthroughs that are of relevance to current research in the field.

Deadline and Decisions. The completed nomination package must be received at the above e-mail address on or before March 1. A letter of intent (LOI) indicating just the names of the nominator, co-nominators, and nominee should be sent to the email above by February 15. The LOI is optional but strongly recommended. Decisions are expected to be communicated by March 31 of the respective year.





CALL FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD

The NetSci Outstanding Service Award will be granted for exceptional service to the Network Science Society. The award is for contributions that have sustained positive impact on activities of the society. Contributions may concern services provided by officers of the society, committee members, organizers of NetSci events, and advocates at large for the society.

Deadline and Decisions. The completed nomination must be received at the above e-mail address on or before March 1. A letter of intent (LOI), indicating just the names of the nominator and nominee, should be sent to the email above by February 15. The LOI is optional but strongly recommended. Decisions are expected to be communicated by March 31 of the respective year.




CALL FOR SATELLITE SUBMISSIONS

DEADLINE DEC 11 - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED

Following the successful tradition of previous venues, NetSci 2019 will host several Satellite Symposia as precursors of the main conference.

These satellite events are one-day or half-day meetings with a focus on a specific topic of Network Science and its Applications.

All fields and subjects are welcome.

Important dates

Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 11, 2018.

Notification of acceptance: January 8, 2019.




CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

DEADLINE JAN 11 - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED

NetSci is the flagship conference on Complex Networks promoted by the Network Science Society. It brings under one umbrella a wide variety of leading researchers, practitioners and stakeholders with a direct interest in Network Science, from Physics to Computer Science, Biology, Social Sciences, Economics, and Technological and Communication Networks, among others.

We are looking forward to seeing all of your awesome new insights and research in network science at the International School and Conference on Network Science 2019, in Burlington, Vermont. The conference focuses on interdisciplinary research on all aspects of network science and modeling, ranging from foundational works to applications in various disciplines.

We welcome submissions from all fields and backgrounds.

Important dates

Deadline for abstract submission: January 11, 2019 (11:59PM EST).

Notification to authors: February 15, 2019.