The Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences will foster research and innovation in interconnected social, economic and technological systems.
Armed with the quantitative excellence of the Penn School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, The Warren Center will reach across the University to build an interdisciplinary team of researchers, students and entrepreneurs. Together they will forge a new understanding of our networked world and the data that ultimately shapes it.
Matt Jackson, Stanford: “Gossip: Identifying Central Individuals in Networks and Diffusion Processes”
March 3, 2015 at 3PM in Wu and Chen Auditorium, Levine Hall. Matt Jackson is a Professor of Economics at Stanford University and author of Social and Economic Networks.
Talk details TBD. Professor Acquisiti researches the economics of privacy and privacy in online social networks.
Selman Erol and Rakesh Vohra have organized a very nice workshop on “Networks and Systemic Risk”, to be held all day …
Now that the website has been revamped and will hopefully be a little bit more lively, two updates on honors …
Our own WC faculty affiliate Frank Diebold has just published a timely and fascinating book on an important topic: connectedness …