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Seminar: Complex Systems and Networks - Winter Term 2017/18

Lupe

LV-Nr. 3233 L 618






Time: Mondays 14:15
Room: EW 731
Begin: October 16 , 2017

The seminar offers perspectives on our current research in the area of Complex Systems and Networks. The seminar is particularly suitable for BSc and MSc students looking for a final project. Students, who want to obtain a "Seminarschein", are welcome as well.

  Research on complex Systems becomes increasingly popular and concepts of network science are universally applicable. This seminar will cover multiple topics ranging from data mining to dynamical processes. Applications focus on spreading of diseases, neuroscience, information and fashion trends on complex topologies.

  The poster announcement can be downloaded here: poster_ss17.

Schedule

Date
Title
Speaker
Advisor
16.10.

Introduction
Philipp Hövel
23.10.

30.10.

no seminar

06.11.

13.11.

20.11.


27.11.

04.12.
11.12.


18.12.
08.01.

no seminar
15.01.


22.01.


29.01.


05.02.


12.02.

 
Topics marked by * are suitable for student presentations ("Seminarschein").
Please contact the respective advisor in case of interest in a particular topic.
The assignment will be done during the first seminar on October 16, 2017.


Referenzen

  • [BAC14a] Backlund, V.-P., Saramäki, J., and Pan, R. K. , Effects of temporal correlations on cascades: Threshold models on temporal networks, Phys. Rev. A 89, 6, 062815 (2014).
  • [BRE16] Brechtel, A., Gramlich, P., Ritterskamp, D., Drossel, B. and Gross, T., Master stability functions reveal diffusion-driven instabilities in multi-layer networks, arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.07635 (2016).
  • [BRO13] Brockmann, D. and Helbing, D,, The hidden geometry of complex, network-driven contagion phenomena, Science 342, 6164, 1337 (2013).
  • [CAI15] Cai, W., Chen, L., Ghanbarnejad, F., and Grassberger, P. , Avalanche outbreaks emerging in cooperative contagions, Nature Physics 11, 11, 936 (2015).
  • [CHE13a] Chen, L., Ghanbarnejad, F., Cai, W., and Grassberger, P. , Outbreaks of coinfections: The critical role of cooperativity, EPL 104, 5, 50001 (2013).
  • [IAN17] Iannelli, F., Koher, A., Brockmann, D. , Hövel, P. and Sokolov, I. M. , Effective distances for epidemics spreading on complex networks, Phys. Rev. E 95, 012313 (2017).
  • [KON13] Konschake, M. , Lentz, H. H. K., Conraths, F., Hövel, P. and Selhorst, T., On the Robustness of In- and Out-Components in a Temporal Network, PLoS ONE 8, 2, e55223 (2013).
  • [LEN13] Lentz, H. H. K., Selhorst, T. and Sokolov, I., Unfolding Accessibility Provides a Macroscopic Approach to Temporal Networks, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 118701 (2013).
  • [LEN16] Lentz, H. H. K., Koher, A., Hövel, P., Gethmann, J., Sauter-Louis, C., Selhorst, T. and Conraths, F., Disease spread through animal movements: a static and temporal network analysis of pig trade in Germany, PLoS ONE 11, 5, e0155196 (2016).
  • [LIU14] Liu, S., Perra, N.,  Karsai, M. and Vespignani, A. , Controlling contagion processes in activity driven networks, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 11, 118702 (2014).
  • [PER12b] Perra, N., Goncalves, B., Pastor-Satorras, R. and Vespignani, A. , Activity driven modeling of time varying networks, Sci. Rep. 2, 469 (2012).
  • [SIN13c] Singh, P, Sreenivasan, S, Szymanski, B. K. and Korniss, G. , Threshold-limited spreading in social networks with multiple initiators, Sci. Rep. 3, 2330 (2013).

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