SocioPatterns at NetSci 2011
Published: June 13, 2011
Several results from the SocioPatterns project were presented at the NetSci2011 conference in Budapest, Hungary.
Ciro Cattuto reported on simulations of realistic epidemic spreading phenomena using data from a SocioPatterns deployment. These results will soon appear in BMC Medicine.
Alain Barrat presented the results of our paper What’s in a crowd? Analysis of face-to-face behavioral networks published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology (2011).
Anna Machens discussed the interplay between the timescales of evolution of a dynamical network and the timescales of dynamical process taking place on the network.
Wouter Van den Broeck discussed the making of SIXTY-NINE DAYS OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS AT THE SCIENCE GALLERY in Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks, the 2nd Leonardo satellite symposium.