Malik and Taylor at NetSci 2014

Postdoctoral associates Dr. Nishant Malik and Dr. Dane Taylor both participated in this week’s greater NetSci conference activities.

On Monday, June 2nd, Dane presented his work on “Causal network inference by optimal causation entropy” in the NetSci satellite Statistical Inference for Network Models.

On Tuesday, June 3rd, Nishant presented on “Social environment and social clustering in collective opinion formation on co-evolving networks” in the NetSci satellite Information, Self-organization and Synchronization on Complex Networks (ISODS). This satellite was co-organized by Dane Taylor, along with Jie Sun and Sebastian Skardal.

Then on Thursday, June 5th, Dane presented on “Complex contagion on noisy geometric networks” in a NetSci parallel session on Spreading Processes.