The conference “Complex Networks: from theory to interdisciplinary applications” will take place on July 11-13, 2016 in Marseilles, France, as a satellite meeting to Statphys26 (July 18-22, Lyon, France).
The field of complex networks has enormously grown in the last 15 years, and has now become a clearly interdisciplinary field bringing together mathematicians, physicists, social scientists, epidemiologists, computer scientists, etc.
The conference will present the state of the art of the research in complex networks in various directions: from the most advanced theoretical approaches dealing with multiplex and temporal networks, to the applications of network theory in epidemiology, in computational social science and in studies of the brain. The conference will consist of plenary sessions in which world expert in the field will give plenary talks, and parallel sessions with contributed talks.
The conference will take place in Marseilles, France. The venue is the Palais du Pharo, overlooking the harbour and the sea, near the city center of Marseilles. It is within walking distance of many hotels and can also be reached by taking bus 83 (bus stop “Le Pharo”).
Plenary sessions will take place in the
“La Major” conference room at the
second floor. Parallel sessions will take
place in the “La Major” and “Mucem”
rooms. Coffee and lunch breaks as well
as posters session will take place on the
first floor of the building.
Marseilles is easily reached by train or plane from major cities in Europe.