The science of networks
The art of understanding them

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.

Upcoming Events

Oct
13
Warren Center Speaker: Chad Giusti “A very gentle introduction to algebraic topology for (biological) networks.”

Warren Postdoctoral Fellow Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences Complex Systems Group & Department of Mathematics University of Pennsylvania …

Oct
30
Warren Center Workshop on Econometrics and Statistics

Date: Friday, October 30th, 2015 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Huntsman Hall (room tba) Organizers: Frank DiTraglia, Po-Ling Loh Updated information and …

Nov
05
Warren Center Distinguished Lecture: Mason A. Porter

Mason A. Porter Professor of Nonlinear and Complex Systems Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Mathematical Institute University of …

Latest News

Mar
01
Some Recent Honors and Awards: Dani Bassett and Aaron Roth

Warren Center Admin

Now that the website has been revamped and will hopefully be a little bit more lively, two updates on honors …

Mar
01
Frank Diebold Book on Network Economics

Warren Center Admin

Our own WC faculty affiliate Frank Diebold has just published a timely and fascinating book on an important topic: connectedness …