COMPLEX NETWORKS 2020 – December 1-3, 2020 – Madrid, Spain

The 9th International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications
December 1-3, 2020 – Madrid, Spain

Submission Deadline
September 02

Acceptance Notification
September 28

Camera Ready
October 02

Author Registration
October 11

The International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications aims at bringing together researchers from different scientific communities working on areas related to complex networks. Two types of contributions are welcome: theoretical developments arising from practical problems, and case studies where methodologies are applied. Both contributions are aimed at stimulating the interaction between theoreticians and practitioners.

Authors are encouraged to submit both theoretical and applied papers on their research in complex networks. Topics for the conference include, but are not limited to:

Models of Complex Networks
Structural Network Properties
Complex Networks and Epidemics
Community Structure and Discovery
Motif Discovery
Dynamics on and of Complex Networks
Link Prediction
Multiplex Networks
Network Controllability
Synchronization in Networks
Algorithms for Network Analysis
Complex Networks Mining
Temporal and Spatial Networks
Networks Visual Representation
Large-scale Graph Analytics
Social Reputation, Influence, and Trust
Information Spreading in Social Media
Rumor and Viral Marketing
Financial and Economic Networks
Complex Networks and Mobility
Biological and Technological Networks
Mobile Call Complex Networks
Resilience and Robustness
Graph Signal Processing
Network Medicine
Cognitive Network Science
Networks for Physical Infrastructures
Networks, Smart Cities and Smart Grids
Political Networks
Supply Chain Networks
Complex Networks and Information Systems
Recommendation Systems and Networks
Complex Networks and CPS/IoT
Network Neuroscience
Quantifying Success through Social Network Analysis
Bio-informatics and Earth Sciences Applications

Carnegie Mellon University, USA

KDD Lab Pisa, Italy

Central European University, Hungary

Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Alex ‘Sandy’ PENTLAND
MIT Media Lab, USA

Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain


Complexity Science Hub Vienna, Austria

Aalto University, Finland

Madrid is the capital of Spain, and is home to the Spanish Royal family as well as the Spanish Government. It is a modern metropolitan city and an economical and industrial center of Spain, and, with its population of nearly 3,5 million people, is also the biggest city in Spain. It is located in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, and is surrounded by mountains and natural parks. Although it is located in the centre of the country, it has traditionally been the hub between different areas of Spain.
Madrid has a lot of interesting attractions that offer both culture and amusement. The city is full of great monuments, like the royal palace, the Plaza Mayor or the many statuettes, and for people interested in art, the museums Del Prado, Reina Sofia or Thyssen have some of the most fantastic collections of famous Spanish painters like Velazquez, Goya, Picasso or Miro. If you like going out at night, Madrid has a very interesting nightlife throughout the whole week and which is available all year round. You can either go out for a tapa (Spanish snack), eat at a very nice restaurant, go to the cinema or one of the many theatres, or find nearly any type of bar or disco.

The International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications

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