All times are indicated in local portuguese time:

  February 8 (Tuesday) February 9 (Wednesday) February 10 (Thursday) February 11 (Friday)
08:00 Registration Registration Registration Registration
09:00 Tutorial: Eugenio Valdano
(Using networks to study the spread of infectious disease epidemics)
Opening Session
09:15 Keynote: Jurgen Kurths
(Climate Meets Network Science)
Keynote: Stefano Boccaletti
(Structure, processes and dynamics of networks with higher order interactions)
Keynote: Tiziana Di Matteo
(How Network Filtering can extract knowledge from data)
10:00 Invited Talk: Marcus Kaiser
(Brain Networks Connectivity)
Invited Talk: Maria Angeles Serrano
(Scaling up and down complex networks)
Invited Talk: Sune Lehmann
(How networks are generated strongly impacts their structure and dynamics)
10:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break & Poster Session I Coffee Break
11:00 Tutorial: Marta Santos
(How can you better use social media to communicate science?)
(on site session)

Computational Social Sciences I
(online session)

Community Structure I
(online session)

Bioinformatics and Network Medicine I
(on site session)

Economics and Financial Networks
(on site session)

Dynamics on and of Networks

Quantum Networks & Computation
(online session)

Temporal and Spatial Networks
(on site session)

Structural Network Properties I
(online session)

Models of Complex Networks

Computational Social Sciences II
(online session)

Community Structure II

Synchronization in Networks II
12:30 Lunch
12:45 Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00 Tutorial: Joana Cabral
(Network Neuroscience)
14:15 (on site session)

Synchronization in Networks I

Bioinformatics and Network Medicine II
(on site session)

Resilience and Robustness

Machine Learning
(online session)

Epidemics I

(on site session)

Epidemics II
(on site session)

Multilayer/Higher-Order Networks
(online session)

Motifs and Subgraph Patterns

Link Prediction
(on site session)

Epidemics, Mobility and Urban Networks
(online session)

Computational Social Sciences III
(online session)

Structural Network Properties II

Network Controllability
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Tutorial: Fernando Santos
(Dynamics of cooperation and fairness on networks)
Coffee Break Coffee Break & Poster Session II Coffee Break
16:30 Katana Graph (sponsor) NetSci Announcements Invited Talk: Marta González
(Cases of study in Computational Urban Science)
16:45 Invited Talk: Angélica Sousa de Mata
(Epidemics, synchronization and rumor propagation)
Invited Talk: Francisco C. Santos
(Climate action and cooperation in a world of complex ties)
17:00 Keynote: Manuela Veloso
(AI Multiagent Systems: Examples in Robotics and Finance)
17:15 Keynote: Tijana Milenkovic
(Network science reveals a protein's role in aging and a person's risk of mental health problems)
Keynote: Jure Leskovec
(Graph structure of Neural Networks)
17:30 Tutorial: Ben Steer
(Raphtory - A practical system for the analysis of temporal graphs)
17:45 Closing Session
18:00       (free time)      
19:30         Conference Dinner (19:30 – 23:30)      


8th of February (Tuesday)

School Sessions Chair: Pedro Ribeiro

  • [Session 01] 09:00-10:30 | 08 Feb | School (Auditorium 1)
    • Tutorial I: Using networks to study the spread of infectious disease epidemics
      Eugenio Valdano
  • [Session 02] 11:00-12:30 | 08 Feb | School (Auditorium 1)
    • Tutorial II: How can you better use social media to communicate science?
      Marta Santos
  • [Session 03] 14:00-15:30 | 08 Feb | School (Auditorium 1)
    • Tutorial III: Network Neuroscience
      Joana Cabral
  • [Session 04] 16:00-18:30 | 08 Feb | School (Auditorium 1)
    • Tutorial IV: Dynamics of cooperation and fairness on networks
      Fernando Santos
    • Tutorial V: Raphtory - A practical system for the analysis of temporal graphs
      Ben Steer

9th of February (Wednesday)

  • [Session 05] 9:00-10:30 | 09 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:José Mendes
    • Opening Session
      Fernando Silva, José Mendes
    • Keynote Talk I: Climate Meets Network Science: Exploring Predictability of Extreme Climate Events via a Complex Network Approach  [+ info]
      Jurgen Kurths
    • Invited Talk I: In hierarchical brain networks local-level connectivity within regions is a better predictor of epilepsy intervention outcomes than global connectivity between regions  [+ info]
      Marcus Kaiser
  • [Session 06] 11:00-12:45 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Bruno Coutinho
    • Computational Social Sciences I [6 on site talks]
      • 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
      • 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
      • 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
      • 58 - An evolutionary model for the spread of information on Twitter
        Lilia Perfeito and Joana Gonçalves-Sá
      • 114 - A diffusion approximation to the Competition-Induced Criticality model
        Kleber A. Oliveira, Samuel Unicomb and James Gleeson
  • [Session 07] 11:00-12:45 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Ahmad Naser eddin
    • Community Structure I [7 online talks]
      • 16 - Statistical tests for adjacency-matrix reordering
        Tatsuro Kawamoto and Teruyoshi Kobayashi
      • 83 - Competitive Information Spreading on Modular Networks
        Satoshi Furutani, Toshiki Shibahara, Mitsuaki Akiyama and Masaki Aida
      • 52 - The ingrained community structure of hyperbolic networks
        Bianka Kovács and Gergely Palla
      • 12 - Metadata-informed community detection with lazy encoding using absorbing random walks
        Aleix Bassolas, Anton Eriksson, Antoine Marot, Martin Rosvall and Vincenzo Nicosia
      • 61 - Mapping regularized network flows with memory reveals robust overlapping communities in path data
        Jelena Smiljanić, Christopher Blöcker, Daniel Edler and Martin Rosvall
      • 67 - Node similarities and link prediction from modular compression of network flows
        Christopher Blöcker, Jelena Smiljanic, Ingo Scholtes and Martin Rosvall
      • 107 - Fast and Efficient Node Protection against Crawling Attacks
        Pegah Hozhabrierdi and Sucheta Soundarajan
  • [Session 08] 11:00-12:45 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Márton Pósfai
    • Bioinformatics and Network Medicine I [6 online talks]
      • 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
      • 66 - Hierarchical and control properties of ageing-related methylation networks
        Gergely Palla, Peter Pollner and Istvan Csabai
      • 75 -  Functional characterization of transcriptional regulatory networks of yeast species
        Paulo Dias, Pedro T. Monteiro and Andreia Sofia Teixeira
      • 9 - Harmful peers: Core Discussion Network and University Students’ Physical and Mental Health
        Sofia Dokuka, Oxana Mikhaylova and Ekaterina Krekhovets
      • 131 - Infomap Bioregions 2 - Evolutionary distinct geographic regions from species occurrences and relations
        Daniel Edler, Anton Eriksson, Alexis Rojas, Martin Rosvall and Alexandre Antonelli
      • 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
  • [Session 09] 14:15-16:00 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Gareth Baxter
    • Synchronization in Networks I [5 on site talks]
      • 137 - The geometry of synchronization phenomena in oscillator networks
        Roberto Budzinski, Tung Nguyen, Jacqueline Doan, Ján Minac, Terrence Sejnowski and Lyle Muller
      • 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
      • 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
      • 89 - Impact of field heterogeneity on the dynamics of the forced Kuramoto model
        Alexander Goltsev, Sooyeon Yoon, Edgar Wright and José F. F. Mendes
      • 166 - Contrarians Synchronize beyond the Limit of Pairwise Interactions
        Kiril Kovalenko, Xiaoying Dai, Karin Alfaro-Bittner, Andrei M Raigorodskii, Matjaz Perc, Stefano Boccaletti
    • Bioinformatics and Network Medicine II[2 on site talks]
      • 147 - ALS stratification using Patient Similarity Networks
        Eleonora Auletta, Andreia Sofia Teixeira, Marta Gromicho, Mamede de Carvalho and Sara Madeira
      • 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
  • [Session 10] 14:15-16:00 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Giona Casiraghi
    • Resilience and Robustness [2 on site talks]
      • 72 - Constructing Provably Robust Scale-free Networks
        Rouzbeh Hasheminezhad and Ulrik Brandes
      • 130 - Predicting network robustness using adjusted correlation measures
        Chris Jones and Karoline Wiesner
    • Machine Learning[3 on site talks]
      • 8 - Reconstructing production networks using machine learning
        Luca Mungo, François Lafond, Pablo Astudillo-Estévez and J. Doyne Farmer
      • 14 - Deep Topological Embedding with Convolutional Neural Networks for Complex Network Classification
        Leonardo Scabini, Lucas Ribas, Eraldo Ribeiro and Odemir Bruno
      • 51 - Vessel destination prediction using a graph-based machine learning model 
        Racha Gouareb, Francois Can, Sohrab Ferdowsi and Douglas Teodoro
  • [Session 11] 14:15-16:00 | 09 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Alberto Barbosa
    • Epidemics I[3 online talks]
      • 53 - Role of time scales in coupled epidemic-opinion dynamics on multiplex networks
        Robert Jankowski and Anna Chmiel
      • 121 - Modelling the spatial spread of African Swine Fever using networks
        István Márkusz, Péter Pollner and Gergely Palla
      • 15 - Towards Landau Theory of Systemic Risk in Large-Scale Networked Systems: Work in Progress 
        Vladimir Marbukh
    • Hypergraphs [2 online talks]
      • 4 - A Historical Perspective On International Treaties Via Hypernetwork Science
        Elie Alhajjar and Ross Friar
      • 154 - HyperNetVec: Fast and Scalable Hierarchical Embedding for Hypergraphs
        Sepideh Maleki, Donya Saless, Dennis P Wall and Keshav Pingali
  • [Session 12] 16:30-18:00 | 09 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Fernando Silva
    • Katana Graph (sponsor)
      Keshav Pingali
    • Invited Talk 2: Epidemics, synchronization and rumor propagation: dynamic processes with phase transitions in complex networks  [+ info]
      Angélica Sousa de Mata
    • Keynote Talk 2: Network science reveals a protein's role in aging and a person's risk of mental health problems  [+ info]
      Tijana Milenkovic

10th of February (Thursday)

  • [Session 13] 9:15-10:30 | 10 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Tiziana Di Matteo
    • Keynote Talk 3: Structure, processes and dynamics of networks with higher order interactions  [+ info]
      Stefano Boccaletti
    • Invited Talk 3: Scaling up and down complex networks  [+ info]
      Maria Angeles Serrano
  • [Session 14] 11:00-12:45 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Sooyeon Yoon
    • Economics and Financial Networks [6 on site talks + 1 online]
      • 111 - The Evolution of Centralization on Cryptocurrency Platforms
        Carlo Campajola, Raffaele Cristodaro, Francesco De Collibus, Nicolo Vallarano, Tao Yan and Claudio Tessone
      • 24 - Network analysis of a digital complementary currency
        Carolina Mattsson and Frank Takes
      • 157 - Emergence and maintenance of business transaction ties: The role of business and ownership connections
        Laszlo Lorincz, Sandor Juhasz and Rebeka O. Szabo
      • 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
      • 36 - Optimal transport problem and Fitness in international trade
        Dario Mazzilli, Manuel Sebastian Mariani and Aurelio Patelli
      • 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
      • 129 - Public Procurement Co-Bidding Networks (*online*)
        Flavio Pinheiro, Fernando Bação and Marcos Lyra
  • [Session 15] 11:00-12:45 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Gábor Timar
    • Dynamics on and of Networks [4 on site talks]
      • 26 - Consensus dynamics on temporal hypergraphs
        Leonie Neuhäuser, Renaud Lambiotte and Michael Thomas Schaub
      • 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
      • 140 - Representing and Analyzing the Dynamics of an Agent-Based Adaptive Social Network Model with Partial Integro-Differential Equations
        Hiroki Sayama
      • 156 - Generalized Cumulative Merging Percolation on scale-free networks
        Lorenzo Cirigliano, Giulio Cimini, Romualdo Pastor-Satorras and Claudio Castellano
    • Quantum Networks & Quantum Computation [2 on site talks]
      • 108 - Robustness of Noisy Quantum Networks
        Bruno Coutinho, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto and Yasser Omar
      • 84 - Distributing Multipartite Entanglement over Noisy Quantum Networks
        Luís Bugalho, Bruno Coelho Coutinho, Francisco A. Monteiro and Yasser Omar
  • [Session 16] 11:00-12:45 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Luciano Grácio
    • Temporal and Spatial Networks [7 online talks]
      • 87 - A network approach to revealing dynamic succession processes of urban land use and user experience
        Minjin Lee, Hangil Kim and Sanghyun Cheon
      • 17 - Estimating the temporal dynamics of densification in human contact networks
        Shaunette Ferguson and Teruyoshi Kobayashi
      • 60 - Temporal Network Prediction and Interpretation
        Li Zou, Xiu-Xiu Zhan, Jie Sun, Alan Hanjalic and Huijuan Wang
      • 104 - Topological-temporal properties of evolving networks
        Alberto Ceria, Shlomo Havlin, Alan Hanjalic and Huijuan Wang
      • 128 - Models of physical networks
        Márton Pósfai, Iva Bačić, János Kertész and Albert-László Barabási
      • 120 - A Fitness-Based Block-Model for Data-Driven Spatial Social Networks
        Massimo Bernaschi, Stefano Guarino, Enrico Mastrostefano and Fabio Saracco
      • 59 - Generalized Linear Models Network Autoregression
        Mirko Armillotta, Konstantinos Fokianos and Ioannis Krikidis
  • [Session 17] 14:15-16:00 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Stefano Boccaletti
    • Epidemics II [7 on site talks]
      • 98 - Vaccination, Herd Immunity, and Epidemic Size in Networks with Homophily
        Abbas Karimi Rizi, Takayuki Hiraoka, Mikko Kivelä and Jari Saramäki
      • 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
      • 123 - Degree Dependent Transmission Rates in an Epidemic Model
        Gareth Baxter and Gábor Timár
      • 141 - Effect of the Initial Infection Size on Network SIR Model
        Guilherme Machado, Gareth Baxter and Alexander Goltsev
      • 165 - Multiscale reactive control policies to manage epidemic outbreaks in complex metapopulations
        Adriana Reyna Lara, David Soriano Paños and Jesus Gomez-Gardenes
      • 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
      • 90 - Optimal Algorithmically Acquired Topology of Information Networks in Urban Epidemic Settings
        Jason Bassett, Andreia Sofia Teixeira and Manuel Cebrian
  • [Session 18] 14:15-16:00 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Hiroki Sayama
    • Multilayer/Higher-Order Networks [6 on site talks]
      • 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
      • 63 - Hidden phase transition in multi-layer networks
        Rui A. da Costa, Gareth Baxter, Sergey Dorogovtsev and Jose Fernando Mendes
      • 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
      • 2 -  Using localized attacks with probabilistic failures to model seismic events over physical-logical interdependent networks
        Ivana Bachmann and Javier Bustos-Jiménez
      • 91 - Spectral Detection of Simplicial Communities via Hodge Laplacians
        Sanjukta Krishnagopal and Ginestra Bianconi
      • 96 - The likelihood-ratio test for multi-edge network models
        Giona Casiraghi
  • [Session 19] 14:15-16:00 | 10 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Thomas Peron
    • Motifs and Subgraph Patterns [5 online talks]
      • 3 - Empirical social triad statistics can be explained with dyadic homophylic interactions
        Tuan Pham, Jan Korbel, Hanel Rudolf and Stefan Thurner
      • 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
      • 39 - Bow-tie structures of Twitter discursive communities
        Mattia Mattei, Manuel Pratelli, Guido Caldarelli, Marinella Petrocchi and Fabio Saracco
      • 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
      • 153 - Uncovering higher-order interactions using multivariate entropy decomposition
        Thomas Varley and Olaf Sporns
    • Link Prediction [1 online talk]
      • 122 - Quantum Link Prediction in Complex Networks
        João Moutinho, André Melo, Bruno Coutinho, István Kovács and Yasser Omar
  • [Session 20] 16:30-18:00 | 10 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Luis M. Rocha
    • NetSci Announcements
      Yamir Moreno, Ann McCranie
    • Invited Talk 4: Climate action and cooperation in a world of complex ties [+ info]
      Francisco C. Santos
    • Keynote Talk 4: Graph structure of Neural Networks [+ info]
      Jure Leskovec

11th of February (Friday)

  • [Session 21] 9:15-10:30 | 11 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Pedro Ribeiro
    • Keynote Talk 5: How Network Filtering can extract knowledge from data  [+ info]
      Tiziana Di Matteo
    • Invited Talk 5: How networks are generated strongly impacts their structure and dynamics  [+ info]
      Sune Lehmann
  • [Session 22] 11:00-12:45 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Sasha Goltsev
    • Structural Network Properties I [5 on site talks]
      • 57 - Project complexity and critical path size
        Alexei Vazquez, Iacopo Pozzana, Georgios Kalogridis and Christos Ellinas
      • 28 - The distance backbone of complex networks
        Tiago Simas, Rion Brattig Correia and Luis M. Rocha
      • 113 - Approximating nonbacktracking centrality in large networks
        Gábor Timár, Rui A. da Costa, Sergey N. Dorogovtsev and José F. F. Mendes
      • 92 - Emerging Locality of Network Influence
        Silvia Bartolucci, Francesco Caravelli, Fabio Caccioli and Pierpaolo Vivo
      • 163 - Return time distributions in finite random networks
        Erik Hormann, Renaud Lambiotte and George T. Cantwell
  • [Session 23] 11:00-12:45 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Jens Christian Claussen
    • Models of Complex Networks [4 online talks]
      • 55 - Hunting for Dual-target Set on a Class of Hierarchical Networks
        Moein Khajehnejad and Forough Habibollahi
      • 80 - The generalised popularity-similarity model for growing hyperbolic networks beyond two dimensions
        Gáspár Sámuel Balogh, Bianka Kovács and Gergely Palla
      • 125 - Deducing Geometric Representations for Complementarity-Driven Networks
        Maksim Kitsak
      • 162 - Choosing among alternative histories of a tree
        Rui A. da Costa, Gabor Timar, Sergey Dorogovtsev and Jose Fernando Mendes
    • Computational Social Sciences II[3 online talks]
      • 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
      • 23 - Online social integration of migrants: Evidence from Twitter
        Jisu Kim, Soazic Elise Wang Sonne, Kiran Garimella, André Grow, Ingmar Weber and Emilio Zagheni
      • 38 - Firms’ Challenges and Social Responsibilities during COVID-19: a Twitter Analysis
        Alessia Patuelli, Guido Caldarelli, Nicola Lattanzi and Fabio Saracco
  • [Session 24] 11:00-12:45 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Sang Hoon Lee
    • Community Structure II [4 online talks]
      • 151 - On Community-aware Centrality Measures Under the Linear Threshold Model
        Stephany Rajeh, Ali Yassin, Ali Jaber and Hocine Cherifi
      • 25 - Modularity-based Backbone Extraction in Weighted Complex Networks
        Stephany Rajeh, Marinette Savonnet, Eric Leclercq and Hocine Cherifi
      • 94 - Integrating backboning and community detection to analyze correlation networks
        Magnus Neuman, Viktor Jonsson, Alexander Vergara and Martin Rosvall
      • 97 - Community-based higher-order network embedding
        Vincenzo Perri and Ingo Scholtes
    • Synchronization in Networks II[3 online talks]
      • 134 - Ultimatum Game of Mining in Blockchain Systems without Block Rewards
        Benjamin Kraner, Sheng-Nan Li, Claudio J. Tessone and Andreia Sofia Teixeira
      • 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
      • 29 - Mean-field theory of vector spin models on networks with arbitrary degree distributions
        Fernando Metz and Thomas Peron
  • [Session 25] 14:15-16:00 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Alexei Vazquez
    • Epidemics, Mobility and Urban Networks [4 on site talks + 1 online]
      • 30 - Agent-driven graph sparsification of mobility networks
        Dominik Schindler, Jonathan Clarke and Mauricio Barahona
      • 5 - A universal opportunity model for human mobility
        Erjian Liu, Xiao Yong Yan and Jose J. Ramasco
      • 45 - Impact of urban structure on infectious disease spreading
        Jose J. Ramasco
      • 18 -  Interplay between recurrent mobility and epidemic spreading in real cities
        David Soriano, Surendra Hazarie, Alex Arenas, Jesus Gomez-Gardenes and Gourab Ghosha
      • 160 - Assessing COVID-19 data quality (*online*)
        Tarcisio Rocha Filho, Marcelo Moret and José Fernando Mendes
  • [Session 26] 14:15-16:00 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Auditorium 2)
    Session Chair:Angelica Sousa de Mata
    • Computational Social Sciences III [6 online talks]
      • 46 - Node metadata can produce predictability crossovers in network inference problems
        Oscar Fajardo Fontiveros, Roger Guimera and Marta Sales-Pardo
      • 112 - Social Networks for Improved Churn Prediction in Mobile Gaming
        María Óskarsdóttir, Kristín Eva Gísladóttir, Ragnar Stefánsson, Damian Aleman and Carlos Sarraute
      • 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
      • 139 - Friendship Modulates Hierarchical Relations in Public Elementary Schools
        Melanie Oyarzun, Cristian Candia and Carlos Rodriguez-Sickert
      • 119 - Weighted Belief Networks Unify Simple and Complex Contagion
        Rachith Aiyappa and Yong-Yeol Ahn
      • 135 - Applying network science to second language development
        Susanne DeVore
  • [Session 27] 14:15-16:00 | 11 Feb | Conference Talks (Room 3)
    Session Chair:Maksim Kitsak
    • Structural Network Properties II[5 online talks]
      • 85 - Effect of edge direction in graph spectra
        Masaki Ochi and Tatsuro Kawamoto
      • 54 - The network signature of constellation line figures
        Doina Bucur
      • 81 - Map Equation Centrality: A Map Equation-based Community-Aware Centrality Score
        Christopher Blöcker, Juan Carlos Nieves Sanchez and Martin Rosvall
      • 124 - Comparison of graph complexity measures for small and small-world networks
        Zhao Yipei and Jens Christian Claussen
      • 11 - On the Number of Edges of the Frechet Mean and Median Graphs
        Daniel Ferguson and Francois Meyer
    • Network Controllability [1 online talk]
      • 69 - AI Pontryagin or How Artificial Neural Networks Learn to Control Dynamical Systems
        Lucas Böttcher, Nino Antulov-Fantulin and Thomas Asikis
  • [Session 28] 16:30-18:00 | 11 Feb | Keynote and Invited Talks (Auditorium 1)
    Session Chair:Rosário Laureano
    • Invited Talk 6: Cases of study in Computational Urban Science  [+ info]
      Marta González
    • Keynote Talk 6: AI Multiagent Systems: Examples in Robotics and Finance  [+ info]
      Manuela Veloso
    • Closing Session
      Rosário Laureano and Pedro Ribeiro