The fall 2005 Networks and Complex Systems talk series features fourteen presentations for anyone interested in network analysis, modeling, visualization, and complex systems research.
A major intent of the series, organized by SLIS Associate Professor of Information Science Katy Brner, is to cross-fertilize between research done in the social and behavioral sciences, research in 'hard core' sciences such as biology or physics, but also research on Internet technologies.
The lecture schedule, plus information for students seeking credit for attending the series, can be found at http://vw.indiana.edu/talks-fall05/. The talks take place Mondays at 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. in the School of Informatics room 107.
Posted August 29, 2005