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Florida Tech to Host Complex Networks Workshop

What are complex networks? Examples include the Internet, a wiring diagram of a food web and the metabolic system of a bacterium. The Department of Computer Sciences will host the 3rd Workshop on Complex Networks March 7-9, 2012, to be chaired by Ronaldo Menezes, associate professor, College of Engineering.

Internationally recognized speakers attending include two keynote speakers. Award-winning Albert-László Barabási, distinguished university professor, Northeastern University, and director of the Center for Complex Network Research, will speak on March 7. Sinan Aral, New York University Stern School of Business assistant professor and Facebook scholar-in-residence, will also speak on March 7.

Accepted papers of registered authors will be featured in the workshop post-proceedings to be published by Springer-Verlag as a volume of the series of Studies in Computational Intelligence.


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