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November 11, 2008

Workshop: CompleNet 2009

Another workshop on networks, this one in Europe. I'll be serving on the Program Committee, and there's to be some kind of special volume for the accepted papers. The list of networks-related topics is pretty broad, so I hope it gets a nice cross-section of the current work on networks. Also, pleasantly enough, the list of folks involved in it is very large, which makes me think it'll be a good place to interact with networks folks from all over.

CompleNET 2009 Workshop

May 26-28, 2009, in Catania, Italy

Organizers: Giuseppe Mangioni (University of Catania), Ronaldo Menezes (Florida Institute of Technology), Vincenzo Nicosia (University of Catania)

Submission Deadline: January 11, 2009

Description: This international workshop on complex networks (CompleNET 2009) aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners working on areas related to complex networks. In the past two decades we have been witnessing an exponential increase on the number of publications in this field. From biological systems to computer science, from economic to social systems, complex networks are becoming pervasive in many fields of science. It is this interdisciplinary nature of complex networks that this workshop aims at addressing. Authors are encouraged to submit previously unpublished papers on their research in complex networks. Both theoretical and applied papers are of interest. Specific topics of interest are (but not limited to):

. Models of Complex Networks
. Structural Network Properties and Analysis
. Complex Network in Technology
. Complex Networks in Biological Systems
. Social Networks
. Search in Complex Networks
. Emergence in Complex Networks
. Complex Networks and Computer Epidemics
. Rumor Spreading
. Community Structure in Networks
. Link Analysis and Ranking

Original papers in the above-mentioned and other related areas will be considered. Each submitted paper will be fully refereed and undergo a double-blind review process by at least two referees. The accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings to be published by Springer-Verlag as volume of the series of Studies in Computational Intelligence.

posted November 11, 2008 03:09 PM in Conferences and Workshops | permalink


You seem to have a typo in the date (Dec 08 for the submission is due in Jan 09).

The conference sounds interesting, though I'll be stuck in Oxford doing Examination duties at that time. :(

Posted by: Mason at November 12, 2008 07:01 AM

Oops. Good catch. Thanks!

Posted by: Aaron at November 12, 2008 08:17 AM