Guest Lectures

20 October 2022 Contagious diseases stimulate genetic diversity
Henk-Jan van der Molen, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

 

14 October 2022 Topological-Temporal Properties of Evolving Networks
Alberto Ceria, TU Delft, Fac. of EEMCS, Multimedia Computing

 

12 October 2022 Relevant metrics to explain network robustness
Sergi Bergillos, University of Girona, Group of Broadband Communications and Distributed Systems

 

10 October 2022 Network security on applied sciences: Sensor placement and blockchain
David Martinez, University of Girona, Group of Broadband Communications and Distributed Systems

 

6 October 2022 Random matrix theory: from nuclear physics and number theory to complex networks and finance
Nestor Parolya, TU Delft, Faculty EEMCS, Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics


7 September 2022   Exploring shareability networks of probabilistic ride-pooling problems  (Paper)
Rafal Kucharski, Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Krakow, Poland


10 June 2022   Multi-carrier energy systems
Buu-Van Nguyen, TU Delft, Fac. of EEMCS, DIAM


20 May 2022   Indirect influence in social networks as an induced percolation phenomenon
Xiangrong Wang, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China


13 May 2022   Secure graph embedding
Ward van der Schoot, TNO, Unit ICT


29 April 2022   Topological analysis of public transport networks’ recoverability
Renzo Massobrio, TU Delft, Fac. of CiTG, T & P


1 April 2022   Temporal network prediction and interpretation
Li Zou, TU Delft, Fac. of EEMCS, Multimedia Computing


25 March 2022   The Banking Transactions Dataset and its Comparative Analysis with Scale-free Networks
Akrati Saxena, TU Eindhoven, Fac. of Mathematics and Computer Science


18 March 2022   Human Trafficking Interdiction Problem: A Data Driven Approach to Modeling and Analysis
Arunabha Sen, Arizona State University

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