SCHEDULE

We will be offering the schedule in several formats which you can find here:

  • Website: You can always find an up to date schedule here on our website, we will also be providing a simple downloadable PDF.
  • CAM: The program of NetSci 2019 will be accessible through the Conference Agenda Manager (CAM) kindly provided by the Indiana University Network Institute! Which you can find here.
  • Printed Program: We will be providing printed detailed agendas available at NetSci Registration Table.
  • EasyChair: For Parallel/Lightning/Poster Presenters you can also see your time slot in EasyChair




Dates - May 27 - 31, 2019
Location -Burlington, Vermont USA
Hosts - The University of Vermont Complex Systems Center
Hashtag - #Netsci2019

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  • NetSci 2019 Schedule & Overview
    May 25 -26: Adjacent Activities: Hackathons/Meetups
    May 27 - 28: NetSci Satellites and School
    May 29 - 31: NetSci Main Conference

    CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

    • Monday May 27th, 2019
      7:00-17:00 - Registration - Scarlet Oak Lounge
      8:30 - 17:00 - NetSci School - Silver Room
      8:30 17:30 - Satellite Sessions
    • Tuesday May 28th, 2019
      7:00-17:00 - Registration - Scarlet Oak Lounge
      8:30 - 17:00 - NetSci School - Silver Room
      8:30 17:30 - Satellite Sessions
    • Wednesday May 29th, 2019
      7:00-17:00 - Registration - Scarlet Oak Lounge
      8:00 Women in Network Science Meeting / Discussion Group - Frank Livak Room
      9:00 Opening Remarks - Grand Maple Ball Room
      9:15 Keynote: Duncan Watts - Grand Maple Ball Room
      10:00 Keynote: Tina Eliassi-Rad - Just Machine Learning: Ethics, Machine Learning, and the Role of Network Science - Grand Maple Ball Room
      10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break - Livak Fireplace Lounge
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Brain 1 - Silver Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Epidemics - Theory - Sugar Maple Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Theory 1 - Frank Livak Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Structure - Machine Learning - Mildred Livak Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Social Systems 1 - Jost Foundation Room
      12:45 - 14:30 Lunch Break - Map of local eateries here
      14:00-14:30 Coffee Available in Livak Fireplace Lounge
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Biology - Applied - Silver Room
      14:30-15:45 Parallel Session - Spreading - Theory - Sugar Maple Room
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Theory 2 - Frank Livak Room
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Structure - Communities - Mildred Livak Room
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Social Systems 2 - Jost Foundation Room
      16:15 - 17:30 Poster Session with Drinks and Snacks
      17:15, 17:20, and 17:30 Shuttles departs from Davis Center (via a scenic route) to the Mansfield Barn for the NetSci Dinner (for those who registered)
      18:00 - 21:00 Mansfield Barn Dinner (for those who registered)
      18:00 - Closing Avocational PubCrawl - See Pub Crawl schedule below to view locations
      20:30 and 21:00 Shuttles depart Mansfield barn and head to downtown hotels and campus dorms
    • Thursday May 30th, 2019
      7:00-17:00 - Registration - Scarlet Oak Lounge
      8:00 - 9:00 Chat with the Editors - Frank Livak Room
      9:00 Keynote talk: Michelle Girvan - Leveraging Complexity: Forecasting with Artificial Neural Networks - Grand Maple Ball Room
      9:45 Invited talk: Eleanor Power - Faith in the Faithful: Religious Practice & Social Networks in Rural South India - Grand Maple Ball Room
      10:15 Invited Speaker: C. Brandon Ogbunu - Epistasis in Context - Grand Maple Ball Room
      10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break - Livak Fireplace Lounge
      11:15 -13:00 Parallel Session - Economics - Finance - Silver Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Epidemics - Applied - Sugar Maple Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Theory 3 - Frank Livak Room
      11:15 -13:00 Parallel Session - Structure - Mildred Livak Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Success 1 - Jost Foundation Room
      12:45 - 14:30 Lunch Break - Map of local eateries here
      14:00-14:30 Coffee Available in Livak Fireplace Lounge
      13:30 - 14:20 Coffee with the Physical Review Editors - Livak Fireplace Lounge
      14:30 Lightning Talks
      15:30 Invited Speaker: Nicola Perra - Networks and Time - Grand Maple Ballroom
      16:00 NetSci Society Announcements - Grand Maple Ballroom
      16:20 Euler Award and Erdős–Rényi Prize Announcements
      17:10 Invited Talk: Tiago Peixoto - Network reconstruction and community detection from dynamics - Grand Maple Ballroom
      17:40 - 18:55 Poster Session with Drinks and Snacks
      18:30 - Closing: Avocational PubCrawl - See Pub Crawl schedule below to view locations
    • Friday May 31st, 2019
      7:00-17:00 - Registration - Scarlet Oak Lounge
      7:00-17:00 - Luggage Storage - Williams Family Room
      9:00 Keynote: Paul Hines - Solving big problems with deep insight into network structure and network function - Grand Maple Ballroom
      9:45 Invited talk: HyeJin Youn - Grand Maple Ballroom
      10:15 Invited Talk: Jesus Gomez-Gardeñes - Evaluating the impact of human activity in contagion processes - Grand Maple Ballroom
      10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break - Livak Fireplace Lounge
      11:15 - 12:30 Parallel Session - Biology - Theory - Silver Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Spreading - Social - Sugar Maple Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Theory 4 - Frank Livak Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Structure - Data - Mildred Livak Room
      11:15 -12:45 Parallel Session - Success 2 - Jost Foundation Room
      12:45 - 14:30 Lunch Break - Map of local eateries here
      14:00-14:30 Coffee Available in Livak Fireplace Lounge
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Economics - Behavior - Silver Room
      14:30-16:00 Parallel Session - Ecology - Sugar Maple Room
      14:30-15:45 Parallel Session - Brain 2 - Frank Livak Room
      14:30-15:45 Parallel Session - Structure - Theory - Mildred Livak Room
      14:30-15:45 Parallel Session - Social Systems 3 - Jost Foundation Room
      16:00-16:30 Break - Coffee - Livak Fireplace Lounge
      16:30-17:00 Final Awards and Closure - Grand Maple Ballroom
  • Deadlines
    Deadlines
    Deadline for submission of satellite proposals: December 11, 2018 - CLOSED
    Deadline for abstract submission: January 11, 2019 11:59 Eastern Time - CLOSED
    Fellows of the Network Science Society: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1
    Euler Award in Network Science: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1
    Erdős–Rényi Prize: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1
    Outstanding Service Award: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1
    Early Registration Deadline - April 10, 2019
    Registration Deadline for Accepted Contributions - March 20, 2019
    Online Registration Deadline - May 20, 2019
  • Satellites

    SATELLITES

    Monday May 27th
    Statistical Inference for Network Models 
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    Networks in Food Systems and Nutrition: Mapping connections between food, food systems, public health, and disease (Foodnutri)
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    NetSciEd 2019: The NetSci Satellite Symposium on Network Science and Education
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    Network Science for Social Good
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    Networks in Cognitive Science
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    Machine Learning in Network Science
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    NetCrime - The structure and mobility of crime​
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    The 6th Satellite on Quantifying Success
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    Tuesday May 28th
    Network Neuroscience
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    Information and Self-Organizing Dynamics on Networks (ISODS)
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    Statistical Physics of Financial and Economic Networks
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    Diversify NetSci
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    Higher-Order Models in Network Science (HONS)
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    DOOCN-XII: Network Representation Learning
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    NetSciReg’19 - Network Models in Cellular Regulation
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    NetMed19 Getting connected: Systems medicine and networks
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    Controlling Complex Networks: When Control Theory Meets Network Science
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  • Adjacent Activities and Hackathons

    ADJACENT ACTIVITIES

    SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MAY 25-26
    Open NetSci Hackathon 2019 #shareyourcode #shareyourdata
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    SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MAY 25-26
    Brainhack-Networks 2019
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    SUNDAY MAY 26
    Society of Young Network Scientists Pre-Conference Event
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  • Pubcrawl Schedule

    PUBCRAWL SCHEDULE

    The NetSci Pubcrawl will be an opportunity for NetSci attendees to gather after hours and network! See below for a list of participating locations, and check out the details to see what kinds of discounts and swag you can collect by showing your name tag at these locations!

    WEDNESDAY MAY 29 AND THURSDAY MAY 30

    SOUTH END BURLINGTON ARTS DISTRICT
    ArtsRiot
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    Zero Gravity
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    The Great Northern
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    Tomgirl Juice Co. (Juice and Smoothies)
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    Switchback Brewery
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    DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON
    Folino's Pizza
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    Highball Social
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    DOWNTOWN WINOOSKI
    The Monkey House
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NetSci 2019 Poster
Share NetSci with your community! Download and print out our very hangable NetSci 2019 posters here!
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