Which are the present and the future of network science? Giovanni Petri and Yamir Moreno join the Seoul International Workshop on Theoretical Perspectives in Network Science

Networks are all around us and they are indeed at the base of many transformative technologies that have made the world even more connected and globalized. With the advent of modern computational means, the study of complex networked systems has reached a new dimension, spurring new mathematical and computational approaches. Some of them will be explored at the International Workshop on Theoretical Perspectives in Network Science in Seoul, Korea, from 7th to 9th December.

Sponsored by APCTP (Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics) and aimed at discussing the present and the future of network science, the workshop will gather several of the main contributors to complex network systems during the last several years. Among the invited speakers are ISI Research Leaders Giovanni Petri and ISI Deputy Director Yamir Moreno (University of Zaragoza). Friday morning (9.55), Petri will give the talk “What's the role of higher-order topology?” . The next morning, in the same time slot, Moreno will talk about “Multilayer Networks: past, present and future challenges”. Also ISI Fellow Samuel Scarpino (Northeastern University) will participate the workshop, December 8th at 14.20.

International Workshop on Theoretical perspectives in Network Science, Seoul (Korea), 7-9 December 2018: https://www.apctp.org/plan.php/tpns