Call for Submissions

We are now welcoming submissions to the Abstracts or Proceedings Track.

The deadline for submission was December 8th, 2021. All submissions will undergo a peer-review process. Before preparing a manuscript, you are advised to read the following guidelines. To submit a manuscript, please visit the submission page (EasyChair)

Abstracts Track: extended abstracts should not exceed 3 pages, including figures and references, and there is no particular template. Abstracts will be accepted for oral or poster presentation, and will appear in the book of abstracts only.

Proceedings Track: full papers should have between 8 and 14 pages and follow the Springer LNCS Proceedings format. Accepted full papers will be presented at the conference, published in Springer LNCS series and indexed at Scopus, Crossref and DBLP. Only previously unpublished, original submissions will be accepted.

All papers and abstracts should be submitted electronically in PDF format (we allow a pre-submission of a small text abstract, but we will only consider submissions for which we end up receiving a PDF of the extended abstract or full paper).

Key dates:

  • Full Paper/Extended Abstract Submission: December 8, 2021  November 26 (23:59:59 AoE)
  • Author Notification: January 2, 2022  December 20
  • Early Registration: January 14, 2022  January 10


Specific topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Models of Complex Networks
  • Structural Network Properties
  • Algorithms for Network Analysis
  • Graph Mining
  • Large-Scale Graph Analytics
  • Epidemics
  • Resilience and Robustness
  • Community Structure
  • Motifs and Subgraph Patterns
  • Link Prediction
  • Multilayer/Multiplex Networks
  • Temporal and Spatial Networks
  • Dynamics on and of Complex Networks
  • Network Controllability
  • Synchronization in Networks
  • Percolation, Resilience, Phase Transitions
  • Network Geometry
  • Network Neuroscience
  • Network Medicine
  • Bioinformatics and Earth Sciences Applications
  • Mobility and Urban Networks
  • Computational Social Sciences
  • Rumor and Viral Marketing
  • Economics and Financial Networks