ECT*, Trento Workshop
Spectral properties of complex networks
PROGRAM
 Dates: 23  27 July 2012, ECT* Trento

 23 July, Monday
 24 July, Tuesday
 25 July, Wednesday
 26 July, Thursday
 27 July, Friday
 Monday, 23 July 2012

 9.00  9.10 Achim Richter (ECT Director (slides) ) ,
Organizers
 Welcome

 9.10  10.10 Sebastiano Vigna (U Milano)(key talk, NADINE project)
 A critical, historical and mathematical review of centrality scores (slides)

 10.10  10.50 Nelly Litvak (U Twente)(NADINE project)
 Uncovering disassortativity in large scalefree networks (slides)

 10.50  11.20 Coffee Break

 11.20  12.00 Hui Juan Wang (UT Delft)
 The relation between degree vector and the principal eigenvector in complex
networks (slides)

 12.00  12.40 Cristian Giardina (U Modena)
 Cooperative and competitive interactions on random graphs (slides)

 12.40  14.30 Lunch
 14.30  15.30 Stefan Thurner (U Wien)(key talk)
 Anomalous statistics of dynamical systems on networks (slides)

 15.30  16.10 Mariana OlveraCravioto (Columbia U)
 Directed random graphs with given degree distributions (slides)

 16.10  16.40 Coffee Break

 16.40  17.20 Baowen Li (NU Singapore)
 Listening to the noise: bridge dynamics and topology of complex networks (slides)

 17.20  18.00 KwangIl Goh (Korea U)
 Multiplexity in networks (slides)
Tuesday, 24 July 2012

 9.00  10.00 Klaus Frahm (U Toulouse)(key talk, NADINE project)
 Google matrix of directed networks (slides)

 10.00  10.40 Alexei Chepelianskii (U Cambridge)(NADINE project)
 Toward twodimensional search engines (slides)

 10.40  11.10 Coffee Break

 11.10  11.50 Leonardo Ermann (CNEA Buenos Aires)(NADINE project)
 Google matrix of world trade (slides)

 11.50  12.30 Andrea Gabrielli (U Roma)
 Clustering and ranking countries and their products: a network analysis (slides)

 12.30  14.30 Lunch
 14.30  15.30 Santo Fortunato (Aalto U)(key talk)
 Citation networks: unfolding the dynamics of scientific impact (slides)

 15.30  16.10 YoungHo Eom (ISI Torino)
 Characterizing and modeling citation dynamics (slides)

 16.10  16.40 Coffee Break

 16.40  17.20 Antonio Scala (U Roma1)
 Spectra and dynamics for assortative and disassortative networks (slides)

 17.20  18.00 Alessandro Panconesi (U Roma1)
 Rumour spreading in social networks (slides)
 Wednesday, 25 July 2012

 9.00  10.00 Piet Van Mieghem (UT Delft) (key talk)
 The role of graph spectra in the SIS Nintertwined epidemic model (slides)

 10.00  10.40 Filippo Radicchi (U Rovira i Virgili)
 Graphbased ranking algorithms (slides)

 10.40  11.00 Coffee Break

 11.00  11.40 Andras Benczur (MTA_SZTAKI Budapest)(NADINE project)
 Facts on link analysis that all should know (slides)

 11.40  12.20 Bertrand Georgeot (CNRS
Toulouse)(NADINE project)
 The game of go as a complex network (slides)

 12.20  14.15 Lunch
 14.15  15.15 Eugene Izhikevich (Brain Corporation CA)(key talk)
 Largescale modeling of the brain (no slides available)

 15.15  15.55 Takehisa Hasegawa (Tohoku U)
 Percolation on complex networks and nonamenable graphs (no slides available)

 15.55  Coffee, discussions, free time

 20.00  Social dinner
Thursday, 26 July 2012

 9.00  10.00 Sergey Dorogovtsev (U Aveiro)(key talk)
 Localization and spreading of diseases in networks (slides)

 10.00  10.40 Andreas Kaltenbrunner (Barcelona Media)
 Large scale analysis of online discussions (slides)

 10.40  11.10 Coffee Break

 11.10  11.50 Leszek Sirko (IFPAN, Warsaw)
 Are scattering properties of graphs uniquely connected to their shapes? (slides)

 11.50  12.30 Yana Volkovich (Barcelona Media)
 Structural and geographic properties of online social interactions (slides)

 12.30  14.30 Lunch

 14.30  15.30 Hawoong Jeong (KAIST)(key talk)
 Complex directed networks: dynamics and communities (slides)

 15.30  16.30 Short communications session:
 Guimei May Zhu (NU Singapore)
 Uncoving evolutionary ages of nodes in complex networks (20 mins) (slides)
 Vivek Kandiah (CNRS Toulouse)(NADINE project)
 PageRank model of opinion formation on social networks (20 mins) (slides)
 Robert Palovics (MTA SZTAKI Budapest)(NADINE project)
 Modeling network influences over Last.FM users (20 mins) (slides)

 16.30  16.50 Coffee Break

 16.50  17.30 Ginestra Bianconi (Northeastern U)
 Spectral properties of networks and critical classical and quantum
phenomena (slides)

 17.30  18.10 Jerome Galtier (Orange Labs Nice)
 Spectral decomposition and community detection (slides)
Friday, 27 July 2012

 9.00  10.00 Thomas Guhr (U DuisburgEssen)(key talk)
 Credits and the instability of the financial system: a physicist's point of
view (slides)

 10.00  10.40 Vinko Zlatic (Zagreb U)
 Biased random walks and spectral gap (slides)

 10.40  11.10 Coffee Break

 11.10  11.50 Fabrizio Silvestri (ISTI CNR)
 Random walking through the data: novel spectral methods for the analysis of
networks (slides)

 11.50  12.30 Philippe Blanchard (ZiF Bielefeld)
 Random walks and diffusions on networks and database (blackboard and (slides) )

 12.30  Lunch, discussions, departure