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Cambridge Networks Day 2017

The Cambridge Networks Day is organised by the Cambridge Networks Network (cnn.group.cam.ac.uk) and brings together researchers with an interest in complex networks from a wide variety of fields.
When Jun 13, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Sainsbury Laboratory, Bateman Street, Cambridge CB2 1LR
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Cambridge Networks Day (CNDay) is a one-day conference bringing together researchers with an interest in complex networks from various departments and institutes in Cambridge and beyond.

Some fantastic speakers have already confirmed, including:

  • Nicholas Christakis, Yale University (keynote speaker)
  • Alain Barrat, Centre de Physique Théorique
  • Marseille Martin Everett, University of Manchester
  • Jasmin Fisher, Microsoft Research and University of Cambridge
  • Sune Lehmann, Technical University of Denmark
  • Suzy Moat, University of Warwick
  • Pietro Panzarasa, Queen Mary University of London

Registration will open at 9am and the event will finish by 6pm.

CNDay 2017 is kindly supported by King's College, Cambridge and Cambridge Big Data.

Please register here by 13 May 2017.

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