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Dear Colleagues
we are please to announce

Complex Dynamics of Human Interactions
14th September 2011, Vienna 
Satellite Conference of the European Conference on Complex Networks

The aim of this meeting is to explore the dynamical structure of social, face-to-face, phone or online communication networks and the role of the human complex dynamics in realistic processes like information spreading, personal recommendation or "word-of-mouth", etc.

Specific topics of interest are (but not only):

- High Frequency analysis of communication and social networks
- Causality and correlation in human communication patterns
- Reality Mining, Face-to-Face interactions
- Modeling dynamics of human interactions
- Applications to viral marketing, infection spreading, opinion dynamics.

Invited Speakers:
László Barabási (Northeastern University, USA)
Alain Barrat (CNRS Marseille, France)

Important Dates:
May 15     Deadline for submissions
May 30     Notification of acceptance
Jun 20     Release of final program
Sep 14     Satellite Meeting

Kimmo Kaski (Aalto University)
Esteban Moro (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid)

Program Committee
Santo Fortunato, ISI Foundation, Torino (Italy)
Kimmo Kaski, Aalto University, Helsinki (Finland)
János Kertész, Budapest Univ. of Technology and Economics, Budapest (Hungary)
Esteban Moro, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid (Spain)
Andrzej Nowak, University of Warsaw, Warsaw (Poland)
Nuria Oliver, Telefónica Research & Development, Barcelona (Spain)
Felix Read-Tsochas, Oxford University, Oxford (United Kingdom)
Jari Saramäki, Aalto University, Helsinki (Finland)

Esteban Moro Egido
Dept. Mathematics | Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 
Tel.: (+34) 916248727 ˇ markov.uc3m.es

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