Program on Complex Networks

This year-long program focused on the emerging area of network science. This highly interdisciplinary field is characterized by novel interactions in the mathematical sciences which are occurring at the interface of applied mathematics, statistics, computer science, and statistical physics, as well as those areas with network-oriented thrusts in biology, computer networks, engineering, and the social sciences.
The program considered several interconnected research foci as a mean to identify and explore the common key mathematical and statistical issues which underlie the empirical, analytical and applied approaches.

Working Groups:

    1. Sampling/modeling/inference
    2. Dynamics OF networks
    3. Dynamics ON networks
    4. Geometrical/spectral analysis
    5. Modeling flows

** To see more in depth information on this program, see the report HERE **