We are interested in the applications of network theory to solve problems in a variety of real-world scenarios. These applications currently include: biomolecular networks, such as protein-protein interaction and metabolic networks; infrastructural networks, such as urban street and airline transportation networks; ecological systems, such as food webs and landscape networks; fracture networks in rocks and the diffusion of oil and gas on them; social networks and the influence of direct and indirect peer pressure on the diffusion of information; networks that change in time, such as telecommunication networks; deployment of wireless sensor networks in geographical areas; etc.
Prof. Ernesto Estrada
Chair in Complexity Sciences
Institute of Complex Systems at Strathclyde and
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Strathclyde Glasgow, U.K.
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