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Atlantic Graph Theory Seminar: Robert Kooij (Delft University of Technology)
January 19, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Robustness of Complex Networks
Network Science aims to understand the graph structure of networks and the dynamic processes that take place on networks. Examples of processes on networks are transport of items (IP packets with digitalized information, cars, containers) and diffusion (epidemics, electric current, water flows, human emotions). The Network Architectures and Services Section at the Delft University of Technology contributes to the fundaments of Network Science: we investigate amongst others geometric representations of networks, epidemic spread on networks, spectra of graphs and network algorithms. In addition, we apply our mathematical knowledge to the design, management and control of critical infrastructures, such as telecom networks and power grids, in order to make these networks robust, resilient, efficient and reliable. In this talk we will give three examples of our results in the field of robustness of complex networks, namely robustness with respect to malware spread, robustness of network controllability and the robustness of a real-world critical infrastructure.
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