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CECAM workshop - Berlin, Germany 20-22 July 2015

last modified Mar 02, 2015 06:41 PM
It is our pleasure to announce that the CECAM workshop 

“Recognizing the relevance of change: Analysis and control of time-evolving networks in epidemiology and evolution”
will be held in Berlin, Germany 20-22. July 2015.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together applied mathematicians that drive the development of theory for the analysis and control of time-evolving networks with scientists that encounter time-evolving networks in applications like epidemiology and evolution. More information is available on the webpage of the workshop: 

Workshop Program:
Day 1: Session "Time-evolving Networks – Significance and Inference"
Invited speakers:
Niko Beerenwinkel (ETH Zürich), 
Dirk Brockmann (Robert Koch Institute Berlin, Humbolt University), 
Michael Stumpf (Imperial College London)
Day 2: Session “Analysis of Time-evolving Networks”
Invited speakers:
Ciro Cattuto (ISI Foundation Torino),
Vito Latora (Queen Mary, University of London)
Day 3: session “Network Control – Theory and Application"
Invited speakers:
Márton Karsai (ENS de Lyon),
Istvan Kiss (University of Sussex), 
John Mittler (University of Washington)

Call for Abstracts: We invite abstract submissions for both oral and poster presentations on topics related to application, analysis and control of time-evolving networks. Abstracts should be prepared in plain text and not exceed 500 words. Please send the abstract via email together with your contact information and an indication whether your abstract should be considered for a talk, a poster or if both options would be acceptable to the following address:

The abstract submission deadline is April 30, 2015, notification of
acceptance will be provided no later than May 15, 2015.

Registration will open mid march. Please send an email to to keep updated.