***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** NetSci2011 - International School and Conference on Network Science

Budapest, 6-10 June, 2011

Bringing together leading researchers, practitioners, and teachers in network science (including analysts, modeling experts, visualization specialists, and others), NetSci fosters interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. The conference focuses on novel directions in networks research within the biological and environmental sciences, computer and information sciences, social sciences, finance and business.

The program is available here:
http://netsci2011.net/?page_id=22

Registration is accessible at this address:
http://netsci2011.net/?page_id=11

Contact the organizers here:
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The School part of the event on June 6th-7th: at the Central European University campus will be offering a series of tutorials and lectures, introducing tools and basic results from a variety of research areas of major interest for the study of complex networks. The School will present basic experimental and theoretical developments, as well as educate the research community on standard network databases, tools, and computational resources.

The Conference part of the event between June 8th-10th: at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences will be dedicated to talks presenting the latest results in the field and their applications in various disciplines.

Satellite workshops include more than 300 speakers, the schools will be taught by 4 key researchers of the field.  The NetSci2011 conference features 3 keynote speakers, 9 invited talks, 71 poster presentations, and 124 contributed talks.

Satellite events include:

We hope to see you in Budapest,

Balazs Vedres
chair of organizing committee

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