We are delighted to announce that CNN will be hosting another Cambridge Networks Day (CNDay) on the 13th June 2017.
CNDay brings together researchers with an interest in complex networks from a wide variety of fields, from biology to physics, computer science, sociology and business. We have a fantastic line-up of speakers confirmed, including:
Nicholas Christakis, Department of Sociology and Medicine, Yale University (Keynote speaker)
Alain Barrat, Centre de Physique Théorique, Marseille
Martin Everett, Department of Sociology, University of Manchester
Jasmin Fisher, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge and Microsoft Research
Sune Lehmann, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark
Suzy Moat, Warwick Business School and Alan Turing Institute
Pietro Panzarasa, School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London
The event will be held at the Sainsbury Laboratory from 9am and a full programme will be available soon. To register, please sign up at the link below. Please note that there is a £15 registration fee and that lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
There will be an opportunity to present posters during the day and the best poster abstracts will be selected for flash talks. If you would like to present a poster, please submit a 250 word abstract to email@example.com by Saturday 13th May.
We look forward to seeing you on 13th June!
CNDay 2017 is kindly supported by King's College, Cambridge and Cambridge Big Data.
CNDay 2015 took place on Friday the 8th of May 2015 at the Sainsbury Laboratory. Speakers for CNDay 2015 included:
Prof Uri Alon (Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) - Uri's keynote talk focussed on Evolutionary trade-offs, Pareto optimality, and the geometry of phenotype space. He also gave a version of his TED talk on why innovative science requires a leap into the unknown.
The full programme is available here.
The third Cambridge Networks Day took place on the 23rd of May 2014 at the Sainsbury Laboratory. It brought together 150 researchers (from various institutes across the UK) with an interest in Complex Networks. It would not have been possible without the generous sponsorship of Amadeus Capital, RealVNC, Cambridge University Press, DueDil, the University of Cambridge and the Sainsbury Laboratory.
The full programme is available here.
CNDay 2014 featured the following speakers - please click on the links next to their names if you would like to see a copy of their slides (we will try to upload all slides in the next couple of weeks):
Dr Vittoria Colizza (Inserm, Pierre Louis Institute of Epidemiology and Public Health & Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) - Slides Coming Soon
Congratulations once again to Moreno Bonaventura from Queen Mary University of London for winning the poster prize with his work on "Interdisciplinarity and specialisation: Roads to scientific success."
Like in previous years, we were pleased to see such a great mixture of backgrounds amongst the participants.
The second Cambridge Networks Day took place on the 7th of May 2013 at the Sainsbury Laboratory. It brought together 150 researchers (from various institutes across the UK) with an interest in Complex Networks. The CNDay2013 programme is available here.
CNDay 2013 featured the following speakers - please click on the links next to their names if you would like to see a copy of their slides:
Marc Barthelemy, CEA Institut de Physique Theorique, Saclay, France: Slides
Jörg Menche, Northeastern University, Boston: Slides
Congratulations once again to Marta Sarzynska from the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford for winning the poster prize with her work on "Community detection on time-dependent correlation networks to study the geographical spread of disease."
We were particularly pleased to see such a great mixture of backgrounds amongst the participants. See below for some simple demographics.
The first Cambridge Networks Day took place on the 18th of May 2012 at the Sainsbury Laboratory and was made possible by the kind support of the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute (BCNI) as well as the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. It brought together 150 researchers (from various institutes across the UK) with an interest in Complex Networks.
Click on the pictures bleow for further details:
1. Programme 2. Photo Gallery
3. Speakers and Slides 4. Participant Demographics