Accepted Submissions

Accepted Full Papers (with oral presentation)

  • 2 -  Using localized attacks with probabilistic failures to model seismic events over physical-logical interdependent networks
    Ivana Bachmann and Javier Bustos-Jiménez
  • 4 - A Historical Perspective On International Treaties Via Hypernetwork Science
    Elie Alhajjar and Ross Friar
  • 11 - On the Number of Edges of the Frechet Mean and Median Graphs
    Daniel Ferguson and Francois Meyer
  • 13 - Core but not Peripheral Online Social Ties is a Protective Factor against Depression: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Sample of Young Adults
    Sofia Dokuka, Elizaveta Sivak and Ivan Smirnov
  • 14 - Deep Topological Embedding with Convolutional Neural Networks for Complex Network Classification
    Leonardo Scabini, Lucas Ribas, Eraldo Ribeiro and Odemir Bruno
  • 25 - Modularity-based Backbone Extraction in Weighted Complex Networks
    Stephany Rajeh, Marinette Savonnet, Eric Leclercq and Hocine Cherifi
  • 51 - Vessel destination prediction using a graph-based machine learning model 
    Racha Gouareb, Francois Can, Sohrab Ferdowsi and Douglas Teodoro
  • 55 - Hunting for Dual-target Set on a Class of Hierarchical Networks
    Moein Khajehnejad and Forough Habibollahi
  • 59 - Generalized Linear Models Network Autoregression
    Mirko Armillotta, Konstantinos Fokianos and Ioannis Krikidis
  • 72 - Constructing Provably Robust Scale-free Networks
    Rouzbeh Hasheminezhad and Ulrik Brandes
  • 75 -  Functional characterization of transcriptional regulatory networks of yeast species
    Paulo Dias, Pedro T. Monteiro and Andreia Sofia Teixeira
  • 83 - Competitive Information Spreading on Modular Networks
    Satoshi Furutani, Toshiki Shibahara, Mitsuaki Akiyama and Masaki Aida
  • 154 - HyperNetVec: Fast and Scalable Hierarchical Embedding for Hypergraphs
    Sepideh Maleki, Donya Saless, Dennis P Wall and Keshav Pingali

Accepted Extended Abstracts (with oral presentation)

  • 1 - The impact of different collaboration structures among prominent researchers in Europe and North America
    Lluis Danus, Carles Muntaner, Alexander Krauss, Marta Sales-Pardo and Roger Guimera
  • 3 - Empirical social triad statistics can be explained with dyadic homophylic interactions
    Tuan Pham, Jan Korbel, Hanel Rudolf and Stefan Thurner
  • 5 - A universal opportunity model for human mobility
    Erjian Liu, Xiao Yong Yan and Jose J. Ramasco
  • 8 - Reconstructing production networks using machine learning
    Luca Mungo, François Lafond, Pablo Astudillo-Estévez and J. Doyne Farmer
  • 9 - Harmful peers: Core Discussion Network and University Students’ Physical and Mental Health
    Sofia Dokuka, Oxana Mikhaylova and Ekaterina Krekhovets
  • 12 - Metadata-informed community detection with lazy encoding using absorbing random walks
    Aleix Bassolas, Anton Eriksson, Antoine Marot, Martin Rosvall and Vincenzo Nicosia
  • 15 - Towards Landau Theory of Systemic Risk in Large-Scale Networked Systems: Work in Progress 
    Vladimir Marbukh
  • 16 - Statistical tests for adjacency-matrix reordering
    Tatsuro Kawamoto and Teruyoshi Kobayashi
  • 17 - Estimating the temporal dynamics of densification in human contact networks
    Shaunette Ferguson and Teruyoshi Kobayashi
  • 18 -  Interplay between recurrent mobility and epidemic spreading in real cities
    David Soriano, Surendra Hazarie, Alex Arenas, Jesus Gomez-Gardenes and Gourab Ghosha
  • 23 - Online social integration of migrants: Evidence from Twitter
    Jisu Kim, Soazic Elise Wang Sonne, Kiran Garimella, André Grow, Ingmar Weber and Emilio Zagheni
  • 24 - Network analysis of a digital complementary currency
    Carolina Mattsson and Frank Takes
  • 26 - Consensus dynamics on temporal hypergraphs
    Leonie Neuhäuser, Renaud Lambiotte and Michael Thomas Schaub
  • 28 - The distance backbone of complex networks
    Tiago Simas, Rion Brattig Correia and Luis M. Rocha
  • 29 - Mean-field theory of vector spin models on networks with arbitrary degree distributions
    Fernando Metz and Thomas Peron
  • 30 - Agent-driven graph sparsification of mobility networks
    Dominik Schindler, Jonathan Clarke and Mauricio Barahona
  • 34 - A game-theoretic model for human decision-making during epidemics: application and validation on COVID-19 in Italy
    Lorenzo Zino, Enrico Tortasso, Mengbin Ye, Ming Cao and Alessandro Rizzo
  • 35 - Incentivizing social diffusion on networks using a novel game-theoretic model
    Lorenzo Zino, Mengbin Ye, Žan Mlakar, Jan Willem Bolderdijk, Hans Risselada, Bob M. Fennis and Ming Cao
  • 36 - Optimal transport problem and Fitness in international trade
    Dario Mazzilli, Manuel Sebastian Mariani and Aurelio Patelli
  • 38 - Firms’ Challenges and Social Responsibilities during COVID-19: a Twitter Analysis
    Alessia Patuelli, Guido Caldarelli, Nicola Lattanzi and Fabio Saracco
  • 39 - Bow-tie structures of Twitter discursive communities
    Mattia Mattei, Manuel Pratelli, Guido Caldarelli, Marinella Petrocchi and Fabio Saracco
  • 42 - The effective graph reveals redundancy, canalization, and control pathways in biochemical regulation and signaling
    Alexander Gates, Rion Brattig Correia, Xuan Wang and Luis M. Rocha
  • 45 - Impact of urban structure on infectious disease spreading
    Jose J. Ramasco
  • 46 - Node metadata can produce predictability crossovers in network inference problems
    Oscar Fajardo Fontiveros, Roger Guimera and Marta Sales-Pardo
  • 47 - Infection chains and closeness in temporal networks
    Ashleigh Myall, Robert Peach, Ilaria Dorigatti, Yu Wan, Siddharth Mookerjee, Elita Jauneikaite, Maria Getino-Redondo, Frances Davies, James Price, Alison Holmes, Andrea Weisse and Mauricio Barahona
  • 52 - The ingrained community structure of hyperbolic networks
    Bianka Kovács and Gergely Palla
  • 53 - Role of time scales in coupled epidemic-opinion dynamics on multiplex networks
    Robert Jankowski and Anna Chmiel
  • 54 - The network signature of constellation line figures
    Doina Bucur
  • 57 - Project complexity and critical path size
    Alexei Vazquez, Iacopo Pozzana, Georgios Kalogridis and Christos Ellinas
  • 58 - An evolutionary model for the spread of information on Twitter
    Lilia Perfeito and Joana Gonçalves-Sá
  • 60 - Temporal Network Prediction and Interpretation
    Li Zou, Xiu-Xiu Zhan, Jie Sun, Alan Hanjalic and Huijuan Wang
  • 61 - Mapping regularized network flows with memory reveals robust overlapping communities in path data
    Jelena Smiljanić, Christopher Blöcker, Daniel Edler and Martin Rosvall
  • 63 - Hidden phase transition in multi-layer networks
    Rui A. da Costa, Gareth Baxter, Sergey Dorogovtsev and Jose Fernando Mendes
  • 65 - Inference of endogenous cascades in directed networks using causal motifs: case study of company defaults
    Irena Barjašić, Hrvoje Stefancic, Vedrana Pribičević and Vinko Zlatic
  • 66 - Hierarchical and control properties of ageing-related methylation networks
    Gergely Palla, Peter Pollner and Istvan Csabai
  • 67 - Node similarities and link prediction from modular compression of network flows
    Christopher Blöcker, Jelena Smiljanic, Ingo Scholtes and Martin Rosvall
  • 69 - AI Pontryagin or How Artificial Neural Networks Learn to Control Dynamical Systems
    Lucas Böttcher, Nino Antulov-Fantulin and Thomas Asikis
  • 70 - Quantifying the exploration vs exploitation of scientific fields using the arXiv field-tags co-occurrence network
    Chakresh Kumar Singh, Emma Barme, Robert Ward, Liubov Tupikina and Marc Santolini
  • 78 - A Multilayer Network with Percolation Model to Describe the Spreading of Forest Fires
    Sara Perestrelo, Maria Clara Grácio, Nuno Almeida Ribeiro and Luís Mário Lopes
  • 80 - The generalised popularity-similarity model for growing hyperbolic networks beyond two dimensions
    Gáspár Sámuel Balogh, Bianka Kovács and Gergely Palla
  • 81 - Map Equation Centrality: A Map Equation-based Community-Aware Centrality Score
    Christopher Blöcker, Juan Carlos Nieves Sanchez and Martin Rosvall
  • 84 - Distributing Multipartite Entanglement over Noisy Quantum Networks
    Luís Bugalho, Bruno Coelho Coutinho, Francisco A. Monteiro and Yasser Omar
  • 85 - Effect of edge direction in graph spectra
    Masaki Ochi and Tatsuro Kawamoto
  • 86 - Effect of reciprocal connectivity on emergence of synchronization
    Sooyeon Yoon, Juliana Couras, Edgar Wright, António Luís Ferreira, José Fernando F. Mendes and Alexander V. Goltsev
  • 87 - A network approach to revealing dynamic succession processes of urban land use and user experience
    Minjin Lee, Hangil Kim and Sanghyun Cheon
  • 89 - Impact of field heterogeneity on the dynamics of the forced Kuramoto model
    Alexander Goltsev, Sooyeon Yoon, Edgar Wright and José F. F. Mendes
  • 90 - Optimal Algorithmically Acquired Topology of Information Networks in Urban Epidemic Settings
    Jason Bassett, Andreia Sofia Teixeira and Manuel Cebrian
  • 91 - Spectral Detection of Simplicial Communities via Hodge Laplacians
    Sanjukta Krishnagopal and Ginestra Bianconi
  • 92 - Emerging Locality of Network Influence
    Silvia Bartolucci, Francesco Caravelli, Fabio Caccioli and Pierpaolo Vivo
  • 93 - Mapping change in correlation networks – deciphering plant stress response
    Viktor Jonsson, Alexander Vergara, Matilda Rentoft, Magnus Neuman, Anton Eriksson, Stefan Björklund, Åsa Strand and Martin Rosvall
  • 94 - Integrating backboning and community detection to analyze correlation networks
    Magnus Neuman, Viktor Jonsson, Alexander Vergara and Martin Rosvall
  • 95 - Addressing sampling bias in occupational mobility networks from online resume data
    Joris Bücker, R. Maria del Rio-Chanona, Ekkehard Ernst, Steve Feyer, Rohit Sahasrabuddhe, Daniel Samaan and Shruti Trivedi
  • 96 - The likelihood-ratio test for multi-edge network models
    Giona Casiraghi
  • 97 - Community-based higher-order network embedding
    Vincenzo Perri and Ingo Scholtes
  • 98 - Vaccination, Herd Immunity, and Epidemic Size in Networks with Homophily
    Abbas Karimi Rizi, Takayuki Hiraoka, Mikko Kivelä and Jari Saramäki
  • 100 -  The effect of malicious gossiping in cooperation dynamics over social networks
    Tomás Vieira, Francisco Santos and Fernando Santos
  • 103 - The impact of link recommendation algorithms in opinion polarization
    Fernando Santos, Yphtach Lelkes and Simon Levin
  • 104 - Topological-temporal properties of evolving networks
    Alberto Ceria, Shlomo Havlin, Alan Hanjalic and Huijuan Wang
  • 107 - Fast and Efficient Node Protection against Crawling Attacks
    Pegah Hozhabrierdi and Sucheta Soundarajan
  • 108 - Robustness of Noisy Quantum Networks
    Bruno Coutinho, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto and Yasser Omar
  • 111 - The Evolution of Centralization on Cryptocurrency Platforms
    Carlo Campajola, Raffaele Cristodaro, Francesco De Collibus, Nicolo Vallarano, Tao Yan and Claudio Tessone
  • 112 - Social Networks for Improved Churn Prediction in Mobile Gaming
    María Óskarsdóttir, Kristín Eva Gísladóttir, Ragnar Stefánsson, Damian Aleman and Carlos Sarraute
  • 113 - Approximating nonbacktracking centrality in large networks
    Gábor Timár, Rui A. da Costa, Sergey N. Dorogovtsev and José F. F. Mendes
  • 114 - A diffusion approximation to the Competition-Induced Criticality model
    Kleber A. Oliveira, Samuel Unicomb and James Gleeson
  • 115 - Self-induced emergence of consensus in social networks: Reddit and the GameStop short squeeze
    Anna Mancini, Antonio Desiderio, Riccardo Di Clemente and Giulio Cimini
  • 119 - Weighted Belief Networks Unify Simple and Complex Contagion
    Rachith Aiyappa and Yong-Yeol Ahn
  • 120 - A Fitness-Based Block-Model for Data-Driven Spatial Social Networks
    Massimo Bernaschi, Stefano Guarino, Enrico Mastrostefano and Fabio Saracco
  • 121 - Modelling the spatial spread of African Swine Fever using networks
    István Márkusz, Péter Pollner and Gergely Palla
  • 122 - Quantum Link Prediction in Complex Networks
    João Moutinho, André Melo, Bruno Coutinho, István Kovács and Yasser Omar
  • 123 - Degree Dependent Transmission Rates in an Epidemic Model
    Gareth Baxter and Gábor Timár
  • 124 - Comparison of graph complexity measures for small and small-world networks
    Zhao Yipei and Jens Christian Claussen
  • 125 - Deducing Geometric Representations for Complementarity-Driven Networks
    Maksim Kitsak
  • 128 - Models of physical networks
    Márton Pósfai, Iva Bačić, János Kertész and Albert-László Barabási
  • 129 - Public Procurement Co-Bidding Networks
    Flavio Pinheiro, Fernando Bação and Marcos Lyra
  • 130 - Predicting network robustness using adjusted correlation measures
    Chris Jones and Karoline Wiesner
  • 131 - Infomap Bioregions 2 - Evolutionary distinct geographic regions from species occurrences and relations
    Daniel Edler, Anton Eriksson, Alexis Rojas, Martin Rosvall and Alexandre Antonelli
  • 132 - Transient chaos causes high vulnerability of complex networks
    Ulrike Feudel, Everton Medeiros, Rene Medrano-T, Tamas Tel, Ibere Caldas, Lukas Halekotte and Anna Vanselow
  • 134 - Ultimatum Game of Mining in Blockchain Systems without Block Rewards
    Benjamin Kraner, Sheng-Nan Li, Claudio J. Tessone and Andreia Sofia Teixeira
  • 135 - Applying network science to second language development
    Susanne DeVore
  • 136 - How do distance-dependent time delays shape neural dynamics?
    Jacqueline Doan, Roberto Budzinski, Tung Nguyen, Gabriel Benigno, Todd Coleman, Jan Minac, Terrence Sejnowski and Lyle Muller
  • 137 - The geometry of synchronization phenomena in oscillator networks
    Roberto Budzinski, Tung Nguyen, Jacqueline Doan, Ján Minac, Terrence Sejnowski and Lyle Muller
  • 138 - Green energy investments and jobs: A multilayer network approach
    Joris Bücker, R. Maria del Rio-Chanona, Anton Pichler, Matthew C. Ives and J. Doyne Farmer
  • 139 - Friendship Modulates Hierarchical Relations in Public Elementary Schools
    Melanie Oyarzun, Cristian Candia and Carlos Rodriguez-Sickert
  • 140 - Representing and Analyzing the Dynamics of an Agent-Based Adaptive Social Network Model with Partial Integro-Differential Equations
    Hiroki Sayama
  • 141 - Effect of the Initial Infection Size on Network SIR Model
    Guilherme Machado, Gareth Baxter and Alexander Goltsev
  • 146 - Detecting structural patterns and emotions in suicide letters with cognitive network science
    Massimo Stella, Trevor James Swanson, Li Ying, Thomas T. Hills and Andreia Sofia Teixeira
  • 147 - ALS stratification using Patient Similarity Networks
    Eleonora Auletta, Andreia Sofia Teixeira, Marta Gromicho, Mamede de Carvalho and Sara Madeira
  • 151 - On Community-aware Centrality Measures Under the Linear Threshold Model
    Stephany Rajeh, Ali Yassin, Ali Jaber and Hocine Cherifi
  • 153 - Uncovering higher-order interactions using multivariate entropy decomposition
    Thomas Varley and Olaf Sporns
  • 156 - Generalized Cumulative Merging Percolation on scale-free networks
    Lorenzo Cirigliano, Giulio Cimini, Romualdo Pastor-Satorras and Claudio Castellano
  • 157 - Emergence and maintenance of business transaction ties: The role of business and ownership connections
    Laszlo Lorincz, Sandor Juhasz and Rebeka O. Szabo
  • 158 - A multilayer gene co-expression network model for fine-grained detection of stress related pathways in biological systems
    Daniel Edler, Leyden Fernandez, Barbara Forró, Kemal Avican and Maria Fällman
  • 160 - Assessing COVID-19 data quality
    Tarcisio Rocha Filho, Marcelo Moret and José Fernando Mendes
  • 162 - Choosing among alternative histories of a tree
    Rui A. da Costa, Gabor Timar, Sergey Dorogovtsev and Jose Fernando Mendes
  • 163 - Return time distributions in finite random networks
    Erik Hormann, Renaud Lambiotte and George T. Cantwell
  • 164 - Structural biases in university rankings: a complex network approach to bridge the gap
    Loredana Bellantuono, Alfonso Monaco, Nicola Amoroso, Vincenzo Aquaro, Marco Bardoscia, Annamaria Demarinis Loiotile, Angela Lombardi, Sabina Tangaro and Roberto Bellotti
  • 165 - Multiscale reactive control policies to manage epidemic outbreaks in complex metapopulations
    Adriana Reyna Lara, David Soriano Paños and Jesus Gomez-Gardenes

Accepted Posters

  • 6 - Understanding the universe of jazz by means of its musicians networks
    Julien Baudru and Hugues Bersini
  • 7- A deep learning approach to inferring origin-destination in complex networks
    Vee-Liem Saw and Lock Yue Chew
  • 27 - Opinion leaders detection in online social networks
    Julia Atienza-Barthlemy, Samuel Martin-Gutierrez, Juan Carlos Losada and Rosa M. Benito
  • 32 - Scaling and variation of the wealth distribution in the generalized exchange process
    Hyun Gyu Lee and Deok-Sun Lee
  • 37 - Understanding COVID-19 pandemic trajectories: why changes in online behavior matter for now-casting
    Sara Mesquita, Lília Perfeito, João Loureiro and Joana Gonçalves-Sá
  • 40 - Graph Hierarchy: a novel framework to analyse hierarchical structures in complex networks
    Choudhry Shuaib
  • 48 - Boolean network control using the backbone of the effective graph
    Felipe Xavier Costa and Luis M. Rocha
  • 49 - How to generate a scale-free network from a random graph
    João Gama Oliveira
  • 50 - The Hub-bit: traits, role and influence of central nodes during a user migration
    Alessia Galdeman, Cheick Tidiane Ba, Alessia Caputo, Matteo Zignani and Sabrina Gaito
  • 56 - Topological Analysis of Protein-Protein Interaction Networks Can Reveal Their Structural Biases
    Alicja Nowakowska and Małgorzata Kotulska
  • 76 - Optimizing networks towards different complexity measures
    Archan Mukhopadhyay and Jens Christian Claussen
  • 77 - ETN-Gen: Generating Temporal networks through Egocentric Temporal Neighbours
    Antonio Longa, Giulia Cencetti, Andrea Passerini and Bruno Lepri
  • 82 - Mitigate SIR Epidemic Spreading via Contact Blocking in Temporal Networks
    Shilun Zhang, Xunyi Zhao and Huijuan Wang
  • 88 - Scale invariant property of the detour index in urban road networks
    Minjin Lee, Sanghyun Cheon, Mi Jin Lee, Seung-Woo Son and Sungmin Lee
  • 102 - Systemic resilience and the role of network peripheries
    Giona Casiraghi
  • 106 - Correlation Properties in Worldwide and Synthetic Earthquake Networks
    Jennifer Ribeiro, Paulo Oliveira Jr, Paloma Ferreira, Leandro Pereira, Renato Freitas, André Pimenta, Andrés Papa and Douglas Ferreira
  • 118 - Modelling Music Texture with MultiLayer Networks
    Lluc Bono Rosselló and Hugues Bersini
  • 133 - Malleability of synchronization patterns in networks of phase oscillators
    Kalel Luiz Rossi, Roberto Cesar Budzinski, Bruno Rafael Reichert Boaretto, Alex Busch, Lyle Muller and Ulrike Feudel
  • 142 - To network or not to network: on the relevance of mobility pattern modeling for epidemic forecasting
    Mohammad Javad Latifi Jebelli, Joceline Lega and Faryad Sahneh
  • 144 - Construction of causal networks models of assembly lines using mutual information
    Filipe Barroso and Gareth Baxter
  • 148 - Comparing movies based on script multilayer network description
    Majda Lafhel, Hocine Cherifi and Mohammed El Hassouni
  • 149 - The economic interdependence of industries: a network science approach
    Eszter Molnar and Denes Csala