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12th Mathematics of Networks: mathematics of social networks

The 12th Mathematics of Networks meeting MoN12 [*] will be held at the University of Southampton on Monday 16th September 2013.    This meeting will have the theme mathematics of social networks.    The meeting website is http://www.monmeetings.org/meeting12/.

If you would like to present a talk at MoN12 you need to submit a title and a short abstract by August 09.   Talks on the theme of social networks will have priority, but in principle talks on other aspects of networks will be considered too.  Please email abstracts to Keith Briggs or Richard Clegg.   Also please email us to register your attendance, so that we can organize the catering.

The University of Southampton is easy to reach from Southampton Airport Parkway station.

This meeting is sponsored and hosted by the Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute and the Southampton Initiative in Mathematical Modelling (http://www.southampton.ac.uk/s3ri/ ).

 

 

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Date and time

Start Date :
16/09/13
End Date:
16/09/13
Duration :
All Day
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Organiser details

Organiser :
Dr. Keith M. Briggs: http://keithbriggs.info

Address details

Venue :
Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute
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