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Cambridge Networks Network


Welcome to CNN, the Cambridge Networks Network. CNN was founded in September 2011, originally with the aim of bringing together faculty, post docs and research students from a wide range of departments  at the University of Cambridge who share an interest in Complex Networks. CNN has grown rapidly since its creation and now also comprises members from other universities around the UK and beyond.

We currently have over 400 people on our mailing list, to whom we send a regular newsletter listing our events as well as other relevant talks, confrences, news and job offers. To join our mailing list, visit the following website.

You can also join our online directory, where we publish our members' scientific profiles. To do so, just visit the 'Join Us' section of this website and fill in the short online form.

We hold a fortnightly seminar series, made possible by the generous support of King's College. You can find our upcoming events in the 'Events' section of this website, as well as on talks.camIn addition, we organize the Cambridge Networks Day - a yearly 1-day conference intended to bring together all our members.

You can also follow us at Twitter, under @CamNetNet

Finally, you can join our Facebook grouphere.

Please email us with any news that you would like to share via our newsletter, or any resources that you would like us to include on this website. Are you developing a useful software package? Writing an interesting blog? Attending an exciting new conference? Aware of some relevant funding opportunities? Let us know! Please also feel free to get in touch if you would like to present your work at our seminars or if you have any further suggestions for how CNN could develop.

The Cambridge Networks Network Organisers: 
Petra Vertes

Sebastian Ahnert

Sarah Morgan

Lidia Ripoll-Sanchez (responsible for newsletter)