International Workshop on Network Science

22-23 August 2011


This meeting is part of a ongoing workshop series organised at the Hamilton Institute on the borders where analytic approaches meet problems of practical significance. The present workshop is forward-looking and will focus on modern developments in Network Science, interpreted in a wide sense that includes, for example, communication and social networks. The aim is to bring together researchers in an environment that encourages interaction and discussion.

The range of topics covered and expertise present will be broad. The workshop will be of interest to anyone working in the theory or applications of network science. The following eclectic collection of mathematicians, scientists and engineers shall be speaking.


Guiseppe Bianchi (Universitá di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy)
Thomas Bonald (Telecom ParisTech, France)
Sem Borst (Bell Labs & TU Eindhoven, USA and the Netherlands)
Nick Duffield (AT&T Labs, USA)
Ken Duffy (Hamilton Institute, Ireland)
Ayalvadi Ganesh (University of Bristol, UK)
James Gleeson (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Nicole Immorlica (Northwestern University, USA)
Anurag Kumar (IISc Bangalore, India)
Doug Leith (Hamilton Institute, Ireland)
Kin Leung (Imperial College, UK)
Steven Low (Caltech, USA)
Muriel Medard (MIT, USA)
Sean Meyn (UIUC, USA)
Eytan Modiano (MIT, USA)
Alexandre Proutière (KTH Stockholm, Sweden)
Sanjay Shakkottai (UT Austin, USA)


Ken Duffy and Doug Leith
Hamilton Institute.