A clear understanding of human interactions and more
generally social dynamics has a wide range of applications,
ranging from social sciences to information technology,
and more fundamentally it is crucial for the design and
modeling of social organizations, companies, and
governments that are more efficient, responsive, and
creative. In this context,
however, little is known about the temporal properties of
social dynamics and their effects on relevant diffusion
processes such as epidemics, and ideas spreading.
The aim of the symposium is to bring together researchers
interested in the use of network science and human
behavioral data to improve our understanding of the
physics of human social behavior.
The Symposia will be hosted by NetSci'14 and located
Clark Kerr Campus of the University of California.
For more info http://tnetsphys14.org/
Ciro Cattuto, ISI Foundation, Italy
Aaron Clauset, University of Colorado, USA
Neil Johnson, University of Miami, USA
Marton Karsai, ENS de Lyon, France