Topdrim partners Mario Rasetti and Giovanni Petri from the ISI Foundation, are organising Toponets’14. Toponets’14 is a Satellite Meeting at Netsci 2014 conference. The call for abstracts is now published and the event will take place at Berkeley, California at the Clark Kerr Campus of the University of California Monday, June 2nd, 2014.
The aim of this workshop is to review and promote advances at the interface between network science and computational topology.
The list of topics that we aim to cover at the satellite is the following:
- Empirical characterisation and analysis of statistical properties of static and dynamical simplicial complexes obtained from social, technological and biological systems
- Extension of network-theoretic concepts to simplicial complexes (connectivity patterns, centralities, community structure etc)
- Generative and null models for observed complexes
- Topological characterisation of dynamical processes defined on networks and simplicial complexes
The first deadline is 14th of April 2014. More information can be obtained from the Toponets’14 website http://toponets14.weebly.com/