May 25th: Multiscale structure of complex networks
- Hébert-Dufresne, Laurent, Joshua A. Grochow, and Antoine Allard. “Multi-scale structure and topological anomaly detection via a new network statistic: The onion decomposition.” Nature Scientific Reports, 2016.
- Bagrow, James P. and Erik M. Bollt. “An information-theoretic, all-scales approach to comparing networks.” arXiv preprint 1804.03665, 2018.
May 4th: New approaches to homophily and assortativity
- Peel, Leto, Jean-Charles Delvenne, and Renaud Lambiotte. “Multiscale mixing patterns in networks..” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018.
- Altenburger, Kristen M., and Johan Ugander. “Monophily in social networks introduces similarity among friends-of-friends..” Nature Human Behaviour, 2018.
April 13th: The shape and frequency of Twitter cascades
- Goel, Sharad, Ashton Anderson, Jake Hofman, and Duncan J. Watts. “The structural virality of online diffusion.” Management Science, 2015.
January 26th: The great network science debate
- Broido, Anna D., and Aaron Clauset. “Scale-free networks are rare.” arXiv preprint: 1801.03400, 2018.