Workshop: “Self-organized patterns on complex networks”, 21 September 2016

Workshop on “Self-Organized Patterns on Complex Networks
2016 Conference on Complex Systems
Amsterdam, 21st September 2016

You are kindly invited to participate to the Workshop on “Self-Organized Patterns on Complex Networks”, that will take place in Amsterdam as a satellite of the 2016 Conference on Complex Systems, on 21st September 2016.The main goals of the workshop are:1. To gather together researchers of the field in order to discuss on the currently available families of models, their respective domain of applications, the corresponding set of emergent behaviors and the possible impact of different networks topologies (simplex, multiplex, multigraphs, modular networks, hierarchical networks, etc.).
2. To debate on the main challenges to be addressed within the field for years to come, both in theory and experiments.
3. To examine models validation with real data and analyze those stylized facts, which can be adequately reproduced.
4. To foster research by exchanging knowledge on methods for abstract models targeted to the set of emergent phenomena.

Keynote Speakers:

Oral presentations :

There is room for oral presentations (20-30 minutes including 5 minutes Q/A).
Researchers in the field of complex systems and complex networks, self-organization, pattern-formation, diffusion-induced instabilities, synchronization, chimera states, phase transitions, epidemic spreading, etc. are kindly encouraged to submit their abstract (maximum one page) via the EasyChair system. PhD students and early-career researchers are particularly welcome to present their research at the workshop.

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: 21 July 2016
  • Notification of acceptance: 30 July 2016
  • Workshop: 21 September 2016

The organizers: