NetSci 2019 is the flagship conference of the Network Science Society, which aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners working in the emerging research area of network science. The NetSci conference fosters multi-disciplinary communication and collaboration in network science research across computer and information sciences, physics, mathematics, statistics, the life sciences, neuroscience, environmental sciences, social sciences, finance and business, arts and design.
NetSci 2019 will be a combination of:

  • An International School for students and non-experts
  • Satellite Symposia
  • A 3-day Conference featuring research in a wide range of topics and in different formats, including keynote and invited talks, oral presentations, posters, and lightning talks.
  • Adjacent activities include pre-conference hackathons and meetups!
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Dates - May 27 - 31, 2019
Location -Burlington, Vermont USA
Hosts - The University of Vermont Complex Systems Center
Hashtag - #Netsci2019

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Online registration has just closed but you can still register onsite at the conference. If you are planning to register on site and have additional questions please contact us.

  • Invited Speakers

    Keynote Speakers:

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    Duncan Watts - Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and a founding member of the MSR-NYC lab

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    Tina Eliassi-Rad - Associate Professor, Network Science Institute, College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University

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    Michelle Girvan - Professor in the Department of Physics and the Institute for Physical Science and Technology at the University of Maryland, College Park

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    Mark Newman - Anatol Rapoport Distinguished University Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan; External Faculty, Santa Fe Institute

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    Paul Hines, Associate Professor in the School of Engineering, The Vermont Complex Systems Center, University of Vermont
    School Speakers:

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    Sidney Redner - Professor, Santa Fe Institute
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    Peter S. Dodds, Director of the Vermont Complex Systems Center, Professor, UVM Department of Mathematics and Statistics

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    Vittoria Colizza - Research Director, INSERM & Sorbonne Universite

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    Emma Towlson - Associate Research Scientist in the Center for Complex Network Research (CCNR)

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    Daniel Larremore - Asst. Professor, Univ. Colorado Boulder, BioFrontiers Institute & Dept. of Computer Science

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    Puck Rombach - Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Statistics, Vermont Complex Systems Center

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    Invited Speakers:

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    Eleanor Power - Assistant Professor in the Department of Methodology, London School of Economics

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    C. Brandon Ogbunu - Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Brown University

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    Nicola Perra - Associate Professor (Reader) in Network Science at the Business School of Greenwich University, London, UK

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    Hyejin Youn - Assistant Professor at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)

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    Tiago Peixoto - University of Bath — Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Applied Mathematics; ISI Foundation — External researcher
    Banquet Dinner Speaker and Band:

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    Emily Bernard - Julian Lindsay Green & Gold Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, UVM

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    Banquette Dinner Venue - Mansfield Barn

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

  • 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 - CLOSED
    Euler Award in Network Science: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1 - CLOSED
    ErdÅ‘s–Rényi Prize: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1 - CLOSED
    Outstanding Service Award: LOI Feb 15 and Deadline March 1 - CLOSED
    Early Registration Deadline - April 10, 2019
    Registration Deadline for Accepted Contributions - March 20, 2019
    Online Registration Deadline - May 20, 2019
    On Site Registration Deadline - May 31, 2019
  • Organizers
    Conference Chairs:
    Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Assistant Professor, UVM Department of Computer Science, The Vermont Complex Systems Center
    Peter S. Dodds, Director of the Vermont Complex Systems Center, Professor, UVM Department of Mathematics and Statistics
    Lead Conference Organizer:
    Juniper Lovato, UVM Complex Systems Center, Director of Outreach for Complex Systems
    Program Committee Chair:
    Jim Bagrow, Assistant Professor, UVM Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The Vermont Complex Systems Center
    Senior Program Committee:
    Réka Albert, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Biology, Pennsylvania State University
    Alex Arenas, Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, Universitat Rovira i Virgili
    Vittoria Colizza, Director of Research, EPIcx lab PI
    Tina Eliassi-Rad, Associate Professor, Network Science Institute, College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University
    James Gleeson, Professor of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, University of Limerick
    Thilo Gross, Reader, University of Bristol; Research Director, the school of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Engineering Mathematics
    Paulo R. Guimarães Jr., Associate Professor, Departamento de Ecologia, Universidade de São Paulo
    Neil Johnson, Professor of Physics, University of Miami
    Yu-Ru Lin, Associate Professor, School of Computing and Information, Joint appointment: Intelligent Systems Program (ISP), Political Science Department, University of Pittsburgh
    Esteban Moro, Associate Professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in the GISC group
    Marta Sales-Pardo, Associate Professor, Departament d'Engineyria Química at Universitat Rovira i Virgili
    Jari Saramäki, Full Professor, Computational Science, Department of Computer Science, Aalto University, Finland
    Olaf Sporns, Distinguished Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Provost Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Robert H. Shaffer Chair, Psychological and Brain Sciences
    Program Committee:
    Adam Pah, Alain Barrat, Alessio Cardillo, Alex Rutherford, Alfredo Morales, Amitabh Sharma, Andrea Apolloni, Andrea Baronchelli, Antoine Allard, Antonia Godoy-Lorite, Benjamin Althouse, Chiara Poletto, Chris Danforth, Christian Vestergaard, Clara Granell, Colin Campbell, Dan Larremore, Daniela Paolotti, David García, David Lazer, David Wooten, Demival Vasques Filho, Dion O'Neale, Elisa Omodei, Emilio Ferrara, Eugenio Valdano, Fabio Caccioli, Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, Gerardo Iniguez, Giacomo Rapisardi, Ginestra Bianconi, Giovanni Petri, Guillermo García-Pérez, HyeJin Youn, Ingo Scholtes, Javier Buldu, Jean-Charles Delvenne, Jean-Gabriel Young, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Jesus Gomez-Gardenes, Jordi Duch, Jorge Gómez Tejeda Zañudo, José Ramasco, Joshua Grochow, Juilee Thakar, Julia Astegiano, Justin Yeakel, Kristina Lerman, Laetitia Gauvin, Leto Peel, Lucas Lacasa, Maksim Kitsak, Manlio De Domenico, Maria Riolo, Mariano Beguerisse Diaz, Marton Karsai, Mason Porter, Mathieu Genois, Matjaz Perc, Matteo Chinazzi, Matteo Riondato, Michele Tizzoni, Mikko Kivelä, Naoki Masuda, Natasa Miskov-Zivanov, Nicola Perra, Pan Zhang, Per Sebastian Skardal, Petter Holme, Philipp Hoevel, Pietro Coletti, Pratha Sah, Raffaella Burioni, Ranran Zhang, Renaud Lambiotte, Rui-Sheng Wang, Sam Seaver, Sandro Meloni, Sang Hoon Lee, Sean Cornelius, Sergio Gomez, Spencer Fox, Stefan Wuchty, Tatsuro Kawamoto, Tjibbe Donker, Toni Vallès-Català, Vedran Sekara
    Schools, Poster Session, and Satellite Co-Chairs:
    Antoine Allard, Assistant professor, Département de physique, de génie physique et d'optique, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
    Ryan Gallagher, PhD Candidate, Network Science Institute, Northeastern University
    Carolina Mattsson, PhD Candidate, Network Science Institute, Northeastern University
    Samuel Scarpino, Assistant Professor in the Network Science Institute at Northeastern University.
    Adjacent Activities Committee:
    Alice Patania, Research Scientist, Indiana University, Network Science Institute
    Jean-Gabriel Young, James S. McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan
    Design Committee:
    Edward Laurence, Université Laval, Co-NetSci 2019 Nametag Designer
    Charles Murphy, Université Laval, Co-NetSci 2019 Nametag Designer
    Pete Moore, Pete Moore Designs, Graphic Designer
    Volunteers Committee Chair:
    Kelly Gothard, Data Science Student, UVM
    Conference Logistical Support:
    Melissa Rubinchuk, Program Support, UVM
  • Location & Maps

    Location for NetSci 2019:
    University of Vermont Davis Center
    590 Main St, Burlington, Vermont 05401, USA

  • NetSci Poster
    Share NetSci with your community! Download and print out our very hangable NetSci 2019 posters here!
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We will be posting the results of our 2019 NetSci awards here, stay tuned!

NetSci Young Initiative for Best Talk Pitch 2019

The Young Initiative is meant to award the quality of the research contributed by a young researcher while recognizing her/his ability to explain and present the results. The selection will be based on the submission of a 1-minute video presenting the research of a contributed abstract selected for an oral presentation to the upcoming NetSci conference.
2019 Winners:

1st Place
Comparing methods for reconstructing networks from time series data by comparing methods for measuring network similarity
by Brennan Klein, Northeastern University

2nd Place
Tree distribution approximation for finite networks
by Rebekka Burkholz, Harvard University

3rd Place
Emergence of Scaling in Complex Substitutive Systems
by Qing Jin, Northwestern University