Scientific experts from the field of network science discuss their latest research findings
3rd Swiss Symposium on Network Science
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On Tuesday 2nd of October 2018, Prof. Dr. Claudio Tessone and the URPP Social Networks will host the 3rd Swiss Symposium on Network Science in Zurich.
The goal of the Symposium is to bring together the Swiss research groups that work on network-related research areas, in order to share ideas with a highly-competent audience, foster the creation of new research collaborations, and create a strong Swiss community around network science. As in the previous editions, the event will include not only the talks by the invited speakers, but also ample time for more informal discussions during coffee and lunch breaks.
We look forward welcoming the following guest speakers:
Prof. Dr. Santo Fortunato (Indiana University), keynote speaker, slides
Dr. Nino Antulov-Fantulin (ETH Zurich), slides
Dr. Viviana Amati (ETH Zurich), slides
Mr. Timon Elmer (ETH Zurich), slides
Dr. Luis Gilarranz (Eawag), slides
Dr. Manuel Sebastian Mariani (University of Zurich), slides
Prof. Dr. Berno Buechel (University of Fribourg), slides
Dr. Manuel Fischer (Eawag and University of Bern), slides
Dr. Damien Challet, slides
Date and location
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
10:00 – 17:00
University of Zurich, RAA-G-01, Rämistrasse 59, 8001 Zurich
If you would like to attend the symposium, please send an email to Manuel Marianiwith the following subject line: “NAME SURNAME — Registration to the 3rd Swiss Symposium on Network Science”.
Please find the schedule for the symposium here.