BeNet – What?
The 6th edition of the Belgian Network Research Meeting (BeNet) will be held at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) on December 15th, 2016.
This annual meeting is a place for the Belgium-based researchers interested in the network paradigm to meet and communicate their results, regardless of the discipline: biology, communication, economics, geography, history, informatics, mathematics, medicine, physics, sociology, statistics, etc.
Previous editions were held in Namur (UNamur 2015), Brussels (ULB 2014), Leuven (IIS/KUL 2013), Antwerpen (UA 2012) and Brussels (VUB 2011). See here for respective websites.
The scope of the meeting includes but is not restricted to:
- Social & organizational theory
- Economics & Finance
- Social media & On-line activities
- Human communication & mobility
- Information diffusion & opinion dynamics
- Political networks & collective action
- Ecology, Ethology, food webs
- Biology & Bioinformatics
- Physics, Mathematics & Statistics
- Modelling & Data Analysis
- Geography & Urban Dynamics
From Mon, Dec 12, to Wed, Dec 14, the winter school on Networks in economics and finance will be held at CORE (Louvain-la-Neuve), with a course by Bryan Graham. For more informations, please vistit its website.
Bryan S. Graham, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Where and when?
BeNet 2016 will take place at CORE (Centre for Operation Research and Econometrics) in Louvain-la-Neuve on the 15th of December (see here).
- Abstract Deadline: Mon, Oct 31, 2016
- Registration Deadline: Sun, Nov 20, 2016
- Notification of acceptance: Tue, Nov 15, 2016
See here for a more complete information on how to apply and register for this event.
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