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Dutch Network Science Society Symposium 2022
May 19 , 09:30 – 17:00 UTC+2
The Dutch Network Science Society brings together researchers in network science in the Netherlands from various disciplines, including math, physics, computer science, social sciences, economics and health sciences. There will be a program of invited talks from across the spectrum of research in network science. In addition, there will be plenty of opportunities for the community to discuss, socialize and enjoy food and drinks together.
|9:50||Uniform sampling of random networks with sequential construction – Ivan Kryven, Universiteit Utrecht|
|10:25||The anatomy of a population-scale social network – Eszter Bokányi, Universiteit van Amsterdam/ Leiden University|
|11:20||From graphs to hypergraphs randomization – Tiziano Squartini, IMT Lucca & Institute for Advanced Study UvA|
|11:55||Using machine learning to enhance graph processing algorithms – Ana Lucia Varbanescu, Universiteit Twente & UvA|
|13:30||Empirically calibrated network simulation as a tool to study social interventions – Christian Steglich, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen|
|14:05||Multiscale network neuroscience: embracing the complexity of the human brain network – Linda Douw, Vrije Universiteit|
|14:40||Industry & Society showcases|
|15:40||Using network models to describe, predict, understand, and treat mental disorders – Eiko Fried, Universiteit Leiden|
|16:15||Dutch Network Science Society Young Talent Prize Award – Bastian Prasse, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control|