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Oxford-Warwick-Edinburgh Network Science

15 February 2021

Organisers: Robert MacKay, Peter Grindrod (Oxford), Des Higham (Edinburgh)

An afternoon workshop to highlight recent results in network science from groups in Oxford, Warwick and Edinburgh. It will run online, from 13.30 to 18.00.

Speakers: Mihai Cucuringu, Renaud Lambiotte, Alexandre Bovet, Vidit Nanda (Oxford); Xue Gong, Henry-Louis de Kergorlay (Edinburgh); Choudhry Shuaib, Marya Bazzi, Bazil Sansom (Warwick). Perspectives will be given by each of the organisers.

The event will be hosted on Zoom by ICMS, to whom we are most grateful.

All are welcome to attend. Please register here and you will be emailed a link on the day.


13.30 Welcome (MacKay and Ollie Quinn)

13.35-13.50 Vidit Nanda, Geometric anomaly detection in data

13.55-14.10 Choudhry Shuaib, Inferring a temporal network from a static aggregated picture and partially specified time labelling

14.15-14.30 Xue Gong, Mapping directed networks using the magnetic Laplacian

14.35-14.50 Renaud Lambiotte, Random thoughts on higher-order networks

14.55-15.10 Bazil Sansom, Trophic incoherence drives systemic risk in financial exposure networks

15.15-15.30 Mihai Cucuringu, Spectral methods for clustering signed and directed graphs, and constrained clustering

15.35-16.00 break with breakout rooms on topics like temporal networks, trophic analysis, hypernetworks

16.00-16.15 Henry-Louis de Kergorlay, Epidemic spreading on hypergraphs

16.20-16.35 Marya Bazzi, Mesoscale structure in networks

16.40-16.55 Alexandre Bovet, Investigating misinformation and extremism in online social networks

17.00-17.15 Peter Grindrod, perspectives

17.20-17.35 Des Higham, perspectives

17.40-17.55 Robert MacKay, perspectives

18.00 End