Net Sci 2017

International School and Conference
on Network Science

Indianapolis, Indiana | |
June 21 - 23, 2017

NetSci 2017 Lightning Talk Information

Lightning Talks will be held on Wednesday, June 21 from 10:45-12:15 PM in a plenary session. Each talk is five minutes in duration, and is intended to convey key points and findings.

AV equipment and tech support will be provided by for your talk. All speakers should have received an email from organizers, but if you have not, please contact netsci17@iu.edu immediately. Speakers are required to send 20 slides in pdf format by Sunday, June 18 to netsci17@iu.edu

Below is a listing of the lightning talks in order in which they will appear.

# Title Authors Presenter
1. Cross-Model Event Summarization: A Network of Networks Approach Jiejun Xu, Samuel Johnson and Kang-Yu Ni. Jiejun Xu

2. Exploratory Analysis of Graph Data by Leveraging Domain Knowledge Di Jin and Danai Koutra. Di Jin

3. Revisiting controllability of complex networks Rasoul Rajaei, Sean Cornelius and Albert-Laszlo Barabasi. Rasoul Rajaei

4. Application of Temporal Multiplex Networks to Cascade Processes in Food Trade Rebekka Burkholz and Frank Schweitzer. Rebekka Burkholz

5. Patient mobility in hospital networks Sean Cornelius, Marc Santolini, Amar Dhand and Albert-Laszlo Barabasi. Sean Cornelius

6. Does classroom cooperation promote learning? Victor Landaeta-Torres, Cristian Candia-Castro-Vallejos, César A. Hidalgo, Carlos Rodríguez-Sickert, Camilo Rodríguez-Beltrán and Jorge Fábrega. Victor Landaeta-Torres

7. Macroscopes for Making Sense of Science and Technology Katy Bӧrner and Elizabeth Record Katy Bӧrner

8. Informal social networks in firms Abigail Jacobs and Duncan Watts. Abigail Jacobs

9. Network alignment: latest insights Vipin Vijayan and Tijana Milenkovic. Vipin Vijayan

10. Modeling diffusion processes in the brain through a cooperative learning ant colony-inspired algorithm Uttara Tipnis, Enrico Amico, Mario Ventresca and Joaquin Goni. Uttara Tipnis

11. From Connectome to Behavior: Circuit motifs that generate oscillations to drive forward and backward locomotion in C .elegans Erick Olivares, Eduardo Izquierdo and Randall Beer. Erick Olivares

12. Loss of inter-frequency brain hubs in Alzheimer’s disease Jeremy Guillon, Yohan Attal, Olivier Colliot, Valentina La Corte, Bruno Dubois, Denis Schwartz, Mario Chavez and Fabrizio De Vico Fallani. Jeremy Guillon

13. Conserved homological cores of structural and functional brain networks across age Giovanni Petri, Francesco Vaccarino, Petra Ritter and Demian Battaglia. Giovanni Petri
14. Structurally induced noncritical power-laws in neural avalanches Ali Faqeeh and James Gleeson. Ali Faqeeh

15. Maps of sparse Markov chains efficiently reveal overlapping and hierarchical community structure in network flows with memory Martin Rosvall, Christian Persson, Ludvig Bohlin and Daniel Edler. Martin Rosvall

16. A statistical model for brain networks inferred from large-scale electrophysiological signals Catalina Obando Forero and Fabrizio De Vico Fallani. Catalina Obando Forero
17. Percolation thresholds for photonic quantum computing Mihir Pant, Don Towsley, Dirk Englund and Saikat Guha. Mihir Pant

18. Explosive Percolation on Directed Networks Due to Monotonic Flow of Activity Alex Waagen, Raissa D'Souza and Tsai-Ching Lu. Alex Waagen