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CFP COMPLEX NETWORKS 2020 Madrid Spain December 1-3, 2020

**COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the uncertainty about sanitary measures and
travel restrictions in many countries, COMPLEX NETWORKS 2020 is planned
fully online. Registration fees will be adjusted accordingly**. (**Apologies
for any cross posting)*

*Ninth** International Conference on Complex Networks & Their Applications*

*Madrid, Spain December 1- 3, 2020* 

You are cordially invited to submit your contribution until September 02,

*Speakers *

·       Leman Akogu
< > Carnegie
Mellon University, USA

·       Stefano Boccaletti
< > ISC CNR, Italy

·       Fosca Giannotti < >
KDD Lab Pisa, Italy

·       János Kertész < > Central
European University Hungary

·       Vito Latora < > Queen Mary,
University of London UK

·       Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland
< > MIT Media Lab, USA

·       Nataša Pržulj < > Barcelona
Supercomputing Center Spain

*Tutorials**  (**November 30, 2020**)*

·       David Garcia < > Complexity Science Hub Vienna

·       Mikko Kivelä < > Aalto
University Finland

*Conference publications*

Full papers (not previously published up to 12 pages) and Extended
Abstracts (about published or unpublished research up to 3 pages) are

·       *Papers *will be included in the conference *proceedings edited by

·       *Extended abstracts* will be published in the *Book of Abstracts
(with ISBN)*

*Post-conference publications*

Extended versions of unpublished contributions (papers & abstracts) will be
invited for publication in *special issues of international journals:*

o   Applied Network Science < >
edited by Springer

o   Complex Systems  < >

o   Computational Social Networks
< > edited by Springer

o   Frontiers in Big Data

o   Network Science
< > edited by
Cambridge University Press

o   PLOS < > one
< >

o   Social Network Analysis and Mining
< > edited by Springer

*Topics *

include, but are not limited to

o   Models of Complex Networks

o   Structural Network Properties and Analysis

o   Complex Networks and Epidemics

o   Community Structure in Networks

o   Community Discovery in Complex Networks

o   Motif Discovery in Complex Networks

o   Network Mining

o   Network embedding methods

o   Machine learning with graphs

o   Dynamics and Evolution Patterns of Complex Networks

o   Link Prediction

o   Multilayer Networks

o   Network Controllability

o   Synchronization in Networks

o   Visual Representation of Complex Networks

o   Large-scale Graph Analytics

o   Social Reputation, Influence, and Trust

o   Information Spreading in Social Media

o   Rumour and Viral Marketing in Social Networks

o   Recommendation Systems and Complex Networks

o   Financial and Economic Networks

o   Complex Networks and Mobility

o   Biological and Technological Networks

o   Mobile call Networks

o   Bioinformatics and Earth Sciences Applications

o   Resilience and Robustness of Complex Networks

o   Complex Networks for Physical Infrastructures

o   Complex Networks, Smart Cities and Smart Grids

o   Political networks

o   Supply chain networks

o   Complex networks and information systems

o   Complex networks and CPS/IoT

o   Graph signal processing

o   Cognitive Network Science

o   Network Medicine

o   Network Neuroscience

o   Quantifying success through network analysis

o   Temporal and spatial networks

o   Historical Networks

*General Chairs*

Rosa Maria Benito *Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain*

Hocine Cherifi *University of Burgundy, France*

Esteban Moro *Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain*

*Program Chairs*

Chantal Cherifi *University of Lyon, France*

Luis M. Rocha *Indiana University, USA*

Marta Sales-Pardo *Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain*

Xiangjie Kong (孔祥杰), PhD, Professor
IEEE/CCF Senior Member,  ACM Member
Co-Director, The Alpha Lab  ( 
< >)
College of Computer Science and Technology, Zhejiang University of
Technology, Hangzhou 310023, China
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