Program and Abstracts

SIAM Workshop on Network Science (NS16)
July 15-16, 2016
The Westin Boston Waterfront, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Co-located with the 2016 SIAM Annual Meeting July 11-15, 2016

All technical sessions (except the Poster Session) will be held in Stone on the Lobby Level. Due to high attendance, Webster will be available as a technical session overflow room (adjacent to Stone). Webster will include a screen and audio capability to enable attendees to see and hear the presentation, as well as an audience microphone to allow participants to communicate and ask questions of the presenter. If there is limited seating in Stone, attendees are encouraged to use Webster on both days of the workshop.

Friday, July 15


Saturday, July 16


Poster Session
Friday, July 15 (Ballroom Pre-Function, Concourse)

  1. Nathan Albin. Numerical methods for p-modulus on networks
  2. Erik Bollt and Jie Sun. Identifying the coupling structure in complex systems through the optimal causation entropy principle (oCSE), with applications
  3. Steffen Borgwardt, Jesœs A. De Loera, Elisabeth Finhold. The diameters of transportation polytopes satisfy the Hirsch conjecture
  4. Guillaume Chapuis and Hristo Djidjev. Parallel computation of betweenness centrality for large planar graphs
  5. Zizhen Chen and David Matula. Partitioning random geometric graphs into bipartite backbones
  6. Alex J. Chin, Timothy D. Goodrich, Michael P. O'Brien, Felix Reidl, Blair D. Sullivan, and Andrew van der Poel. Analyzing local density in Kronecker models
  7. Stojan Davidovic, Mirta Galesic, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Amit Kothiyal and Nimalan Arinaminpathy. Contagion in banking networks: The role of uncertainty
  8. Daryl R. Deford. Random dot product models for multigraphs
  9. Nethali Fernando. An investigation of node-based metrics on networks arising from p-modulus
  10. Jeremie Fish and Jie Sun. Estimating sustainable perturbations in complex network synchronization
  11. Aric Hagberg, Nathan Lemons and Sidhant Misra. Temporal reachability in dynamic networks
  12. Kathleen E. Hamilton and Leonid P. Pryadko. Exponential decay of connectivity and uniqueness in percolation on finite and infinite graphs
  13. Hans Haucke and Ira Moskowitz. Geodesic distances in random Delannoy lattices
  14. Mahboobeh Hejazibakhsh and Hiroki Sayama. Self-control of networks via adaptive link weight adjustment
  15. Cliff Joslyn, Brenda Praggastis, Emilie Purvine, Arun Sathanur, Michael Robinson and Stephen Ranshous. Local homology dimension as a network science measure
  16. Bogang Jun, Seung-Kyu Yi, Tobias Buchmann and Mattias Mueller. The co-evolution of innovation networks: The collaboration between East and West Germany from 1972 to 2014
  17. Austen Kelly, Saray Shai, Emanuele Strano and Peter J. Mucha. An evolving network in an evolving environment: A case study of the Brazilian airline and socioeconomic networks
  18. Andrew Knyazev, Dong Tian, Hassan Mansour, Akshay Gadde, Anthony Vetro and Alexander Malyshev. Methods for graph-based signal processing
  19. P. Robert Kotiuga. A spectral geometry based conjecture for families of large sparse Stieltjes matrices
  20. Hsuan-Wei Lee, Nishant Malik and Peter J. Mucha. Node and link based evolutionary games on coevolving networks
  21. Daniel Maldonado, Hong Zhang and Shrirang Abhyankar. Software library for scalable multi-physics multi-scale network simulation: Application to water distribution systems
  22. Michael P. O'Brien, Felix Reidl, and Blair D. Sullivan. Counting motifs in structurally sparse graphs
  23. Heather Patsolic, Vince Lyzinski and Carey Priebe. Vertex nomination via local neighborhood seeded graph matching
  24. Arun Sathanur and Mahantesh Halappanavar. Exploring the utility of network community structure in the context of influence maximization
  25. Saray Shai, Dane Taylor and Peter Mucha. Warping the urban space: The effect of fast subway on street networks
  26. Heman Shakeri. A generalized clustering coefficient based on p-modulus of loops
  27. Ann Sizemore, Chad Giusti, Matthew Cieslak, Scott Grafton and Danielle Bassett. Exposing mesoscale connectivity patterns in the structural brain network
  28. Saleh Soltan and Gil Zussman. Evaluating the topological robustness of power grids to line failures
  29. Jie Sun and Erik Bollt. Information-theoretic reverse engineering of biological networks
  30. Vladimir Ufimtsev, Sanjukta Bhowmick, Soumya Sarkar, and Animesh Mukherjee. Identifying stable networks
  31. Pim van der Hoorn, Liudmila Ostroumova Prokhorenkova and Egor Samosvat. Generating maximally disassortative graphs with given degree distribution
  32. Corentin Vande Kerckhove, Mickael Tempor‹o and Yannick Dufresne. Uncovering political ideologies using social networks' traces
  33. Haley Yaple, Catherine Northrup, Elisabeth Rutter and Kerry Stapf. Mean-field models for time-aggregated temporal networks
  34. Serena Yuan and Gordon Peng. Robust combinatorial optimization on multiple networks
  35. Chong Zhou and Randy Paffenroth. Latent feature discovery in noisy network data
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