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Applications are still open for the sixth edition of the Master in
"Network Science" offered by the School of Mathematical Sciences at
Queen Mary University of London. This unique post-graduate programme
aims at providing students and professionals with a rigorous training
in the mathematical concepts and computational techniques underlying
the analysis and modelling of complex networks and networked
systems. The programme is open to motivated students with a
bachelor-level background in mathematics, physics, computer science,
engineering, social sciences, and with a marked interest for the
theory and applications of complex networks.

The Master offers a wide selection of modules, including Complex
Networks, Processes on Networks, Topics in Scientific Computing,
Digital Media and Social Networks, Complex Systems, Dynamical Systems,
Machine Learning, Data Mining, Computational Statistics. Most of the
modules are taught by members of the Complex Systems and Networks
research group (V. Latora, D. Arrowsmith, G. Bianconi, L. Lacasa,
V. Nicosia, W. Huang).

The students will have the opportunity to study in a dynamic and
stimulating research environment, and to collaborate with the
industrial partners of the Master.

Full details about the structure of the programme and the application
process are available at:

All applications submitted by June 14th 2018 will be considered for
the award of a number of scholarships.

For more information feel free to contact the Programme Director
(Ginestra Bianconi) or the Academic Selector (Vincenzo Nicosia).

[ Enzo Nicosia - School of Mathematical Sciences - Queen Mary UL ]
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