IN NETWORK SCIENCE
AND ITS APPLICATIONS
SINSA 2020 offers eight short, intensive courses that explore fundamental network science and special applications of network approaches.
SINSA is a summer institute for network science hosted by NetSI at Northeastern University in Boston.
The Network Science Institute at Northeastern University NetSI, in partnership with Indiana University Network Science Institute IUNI, is hosting a summer institute in Boston, MA, June 22 to July 3, 2020.
SINSA 2020 offers (8) short, intensive courses in network science theories, methods, and applications to meet the increasing interest across disciplines in network science approaches. Course offerings are loosely divided into two parallel tracks. Track 1 courses cover fundamental network science topics such as the principles, dynamics, structures and geometry of networks. Track 2 courses are focussed on network science applications including network topics in social, biological, neural and machine learning systems.
Tracks consist of four 3-day courses, each of which can be taken as a stand-alone class, or participants can register for up to four classes for a full 2-week immersive experience. Each course will be taught by two highly esteemed instructors. There will also be numerous collaboration opportunities, social events and special activities organized throughout the 2 weeks, to be announced.