Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed all in-house events and speakers. We will begin to post virtual talks and meetings as they are scheduled.
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NetSI is hosting a summer institute with eight network science courses offered over two weeks. The 2020 Summer Institute in Network Science and its Applications (SINSA) will be a two-week long program offering (8) short, intensive courses that explore fundamental network science and special applications of network approaches.
NetSI, in conjunction with DK-Lab and NSF, is sponsoring the Fifth Workshop on Critical and Collective Effects in Graphs and Networks (CCEGN-V). The workshop aims at facilitating the transfer of ideas, insights and interdisciplinary approaches to tackle new and exciting problems in random graph theory and its applications to real networks.
Harvard University will be leading an afternoon mini-workshop on foundations of Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory. Speakers will include Chip Sebens, Assistant Professor of Philosphy at CalTech, Jacob Barandes, Co-Director of Graduate Studies for Physics at Harvard, and Ned Hall, Norman E. Vuilleumier Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University.