STATPHYS28 Satellite Meeting

New Frontiers in Complex Networks


Dongwon Jang Bogo Hall, Pukyong National University, Busan
August 2 ~ August 6, 2023

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8/2 Wednesday


10:30-11:00 Young-Soo Jang (Pukyong Natl. Univ.) Opening Remarks

11:00-11:40 Maxi San Miguel (IFISC) Link-node co-evolution dynamics in complex networks

11:40-12:00 Mi Jin Lee (Hanyang Univ.) Degree distributions under general node removal: Power-law or Poisson?

14:30-15:10 Yamir Moreno (Univ. of Zaragoza) On the role of human behavior during the spreading of diseases

15:10-15:30 Inho Hong (Chonnam Natl. Univ.) Unraveling employment growth and human mobility in cities with scaling relations

16:00-16:40 Vittoria Colizza (Inserm and Sorbonne Univ.) Controlling SARS-CoV-2 transmission in schools


8/3 Thursday


09:40-10:20 Stefano Boccaletti (CNR - Institute for Complex Systems) Synchronization and cluster synchronization of networked dynamical systems

10:20-10:40 Joon-Young Moon (IBS & Sungkyunkwan Univ.) Human brain network exhibits fluctuations between top-down and bottom-up modes of dynamics

11:00-11:40 Heetae Kim (KENTECH) Understanding the frequency stability of power grids with network communities

11:40-12:00 Cook Hyun Kim (KENTECH) Ising model on complex network and universality class


8/4 Friday


09:40-10:20 Guido Caldarelli (Univ. of Venice) Financial Networks

10:20-10:40 Jongshin Lee (KENTECH) Higher-order core decomposition of hypergraphs

11:00-11:40 Sang Hoon Lee (Gyeongsang Natl. Univ.) Information theoretical perspectives on networks: mutuality and complexity

11:40-12:00 Sudo Yi (KIAS) Structural correlations and economic decline spreading on hypergraph based on international trade data

14:30-15:10 Takashi Shimada (Univ. of Tokyo) On the robustness of open evolving systems

15:10-15:30 Young-Ho Eom (Univ. of Seoul) Empirical analysis of urban traffic networks: Network efficiency and congestion spreading

16:00-16:40 Byungjoon Min (Chungbuk Natl. Univ.) Lessons from message-passing approaches in epidemics on networks


8/5 Saturday


09:40-10:20 Stefan Thurner (CSH Vienna) TBA

10:20-10:40 Seong-Gyu Yang (KIAS) Understanding biodiversity through self- regulation

11:00-11:40 Eun Lee (Pukyong Natl. Univ.) High-order network analysis on academic trajectories of faculty

11:40-12:00 Young Sul Cho (Jeonbuk Natl. Univ.) Study on entropy of cluster size distribution in percolation models




[P1] Minwoo Bae (Pukyong Natl. Univ.) Balance and dynamics of indirect reciprocity

[P2] Jonghoon Kim (KENTECH) Role of a Community Structure in a Power-grid Network

[P3] Meesoon Ha (Chosun Univ.) Dynamics of Epidemic Models on Complex Networks

[P4] Yongsung Kwon (Hanyang Univ.) Variation in Cluster Formation between Free and Congested Flow in Urban Road Networks

[P5] Yeonsu Jeong (Hanyang Univ.) Finite Size Scaling Approach for Revealing Inherent Scale-Freeness in Heterogeneous Networks

[P6] Gugyoung Kim (Hanyang Univ.) Oscillating synchronization order parameter of the Kuramoto model with inertia

[P7] Dahan Choi (Hanyang Univ.) Hidden Directionality of Co-citation Network and Its Relation to the Impact of Scientific Papers

[P8] Dahae Roh (Korea Univ.) Growing Hypergraphs with Preferential Linking

[P9] Jihye Kim (Korea Univ.) Contagion dynamics on hypergraphs with nested hyperedges

[P10] Jung-Ho Kim (Korea Univ.) Higher-order components dictate higher-order dynamics in hypergraphs

[P11] Jaiyong Lee (KENTECH) Link-data can locate missing power-grid nodes

[P12]  Gangmin Son (KAIST) Interplay between Multiscale Organization and Robustness in Real Multiplex Networks

[P13] Daekyung Lee (KENTECH) Self-consistent inference formalism for the gravity model

[P14] Yunju Choi (KENTECH) Improving Stability of a power grid: Insights from Shortcut Configurations

[P15] Bukyoung Jhun (Seoul National University) Effective hyperbolic mapping of complex networks

[P16] Jaeseok Hur (KAIST) Wealth dynamics on the networked TvL model