Program
2013 IEEE 2nd International Network Science Workshop (NSW 2013)
April 29-May 1, 2013, West Point, NY
updated 2013-04-24

 

Monday 29 April 2013

1500-1800

Registration

 

1800-2000

 

Dinner and Keynote

 

Tuesday 30 April 2013

0645-0830

Breakfast

0800-1800

Registration

0900-0945

Welcome

0945-1030

Keynote Speaker

1030-1100

Break

 

Distributed & Physical Networks

Room A

Complex Networks

Room B

Social Computational

Room C

 

1100-1130

15. Price Based Routing for Event Driven Prioritized Traffic in Wireless Sensor Networks

 

Syed Yousaf Shah and Boleslaw Szymanski

6. A Scalable Null Model for directed graphs matching all degree distributions: in, out, and reciprocal

 

Nurcan Durak, Tamara Kolda, Ali Pinar and C. Seshadhri

33. Network Evolution in Disaster Management: A comparison of response systems evolving after the 2005 and 2008 Gulf Coast hurricanes

 

Louise Comfort, Namkyung Oh, Gunes Ertan and Thomas Haase

 

 

1130-1200

27. Asynchronous message passing Binary Consensus over non-complete graphs

 

Goitom Weldenawaryat and Stephen Wolthusen

5. Using rare event modeling and Networking to Build Scenarios and Forecast the Future

 

David Arney, Kathryn Coronges, Hilary Fletcher, Kira Hutchinson, Charles Thomas and John Hagen

 

41. A Meta-Network Approach for Analysing the Information System Access Vulnerabilities in Organizations

 

Hasala Peiris & Helen Armstrong

 

1200-1230

9. Limits in modeling power grid topology

 

Brian Cloteaux

2. A Coauthorship Network and Preliminary Results of Binary Agreement Model Simulations

 

Matthew Dippel and Chian Lim

 

37. Prominence in networks: A co-evolving process

 

Yang Yang, Nitesh V. Chawla, Xiaohui Lu and Sibel Adali

1230-1400

Lunch and Keynote

1400-1500

Panel - Relevance of Network Science to Various Fields

Key questions:  There are opportunities for collaboration between diverse fields via network science.  What are some of the ripe areas?  What problems could benefit most from a multi-disciplined approach?

Panelists: Anthony Johnson, USMA; Max Planck,  New Mexico Tech; Kate Coronges, USMA

 

 

Distributed & Physical Networks

Room A

Economic Networks

Room B

Social Computational

Room C

1500-1530

21. Exploiting routing information in Wireless Sensor Networks Localization

 

Federica Pascucci, Gabriele Oliva, Stefano Panzieri and Roberto Setola

 

8. On the Relation between tourism and trade: a network experiment

 

Jigar Brahmbhatt and Ronaldo Menezes

25. Social Patterns: Community Detection Using Behavior-Generated Network Datasets


Alice Leung, William Dron, John P. Hancock, Matthew Aguirre, Jon Purnell, Jiawei Han, Chi Wang, Jaideep Srivastava, Amogh Mahapatra, Atanu Roy, Lisa Scott

 

1530-1600

Break

 

Communication Networks

Room A

Economic Networks

Room B

Epidemics

Room C

1600-1620

36. Information-maximizing Caching in Ad Hoc Networks with Named Data Networking

 

William Dron, Alice Leung, Md Uddin, Shiguang Wang, Tarek Abdelzaher, Ramesh Govindan and John Hancock

 

39. US Congress Relations According to Liberal and Conservative Newspapers

 

Basim Mahmood & Ronaldo Menezes

28. Smartphone viruses propagation on Heterogeneous Composite Networks

 

Xuetau Wei, Nicholas Valler,
Michalis Faloutsos, Iulian Neamtiu, Aditya Prakash & Christos Faloutsos


1620-1640

26. Bipartite Internet Topology at the Subnet-level

 

Mehmet Burak Akgun and Mehmet Hadi Gunes

 

32. Community-Based Identification of Banking Networks

 

Max Planck & Peter Anselmo

24. Improving Music Artist recommendations through Analysis of Influences


Matt Grimm and Bilal Gonen

 

1730-1930

 

Boat Cruise on Hudson

 

Wednesday 1 May 2013

0645-0830

Breakfast

0800-0845

Keynote Speaker

 

Command & Control Networks

Room A

Biological Networks

Room B

Social Computational Networks

Room C

0900-1000

0900-0920 

43. Cyber-physical situation awareness and decision support

 

John James, Frank Mabry, Aaron St Leger, Thomas Cook and Kevin Huggins

 

 

0920-0940 

4. Geospatial optimization problems

 

Paulo Shakarian and V.S. Subrahmanian

 

 

0940-1000 

23. Challenges of social cognitive Network Science: Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance Perspective

 

Keryl Cosenzo and Boleslaw Szymanski



0900-0930 

3. Naming Game with Greater Stubbornness and Unilateral Zealots

 

Yosef Treitman, Chjan Lim, Andrew Thompson and Weituo Zhang

0900-0930

20. LabelRank: A Stabilized Label Propagation Algorithm for Community Detection in Networks

 

Jierui Xie and Boleslaw Szymanski

 

0930-1000 

13. Assessing protein resilience via a complex network approach

 

Gabriele Oliva, Roberto Setola, Luisa Di Paola, Federica Pascucci and Alessandro Giuliani

0930-1000 

38. Networks of Nurses: A Case Study in Informal Networks of Advice

 

Helen Armstrong & Desmond Klass

1000-1040

Break

 

Complex Networks

Room A

Communication Networks

Room B

Biological & Complex Networks

Room C

1040-1100

7. Weighted node degree centrality for Hypergraphs

 

Komal Kapoor, Dhruv Sharma and Jaideep Srivastava

29. Initial indicators of topic success in Twitter

 

Max Planck, Isis Lyman Pollard, Alexander George & Charles Brock

12. On the robustness of the Drosophila Neural Network


Hsiu-Ming Chang, Ann-Shyn Chiang, Walter Didimo, Ching-Yao Lin, Giuseppe Liotta and Fabrizio Montecchiani

 

1100-1120

19. Lowering six degrees of Kevin Bacon by Genetic algorithm

 

Brendan Babb and Bilal Gonen

30. Application of Information Diffusion in Social Networks

 

Max Planck, Charles Brock, Dietrich Bachman, Jeffrey Fenchel & Isis Lyman Pollard

99. Cooperative, Dynamic Twitter Parsing and Visualization for Dark Network Analysis


Patrick Dudas

1130-1230

Panel : Advances in Network Science fundamental research.  How are we doing?

 

Key questions:  Where have we as a community made significant progress?  What areas have not advanced as needed?  What are the key fundamental challenges that lie ahead?

 

Panelists:V.S. Subrahmanian, U or Maryland; Chris Arney, USMA; Ronaldo Menezes, Florida Tech

1230-1400

Lunch (Hotel Thayer)

Workshop Conclusion