Complex Systems and Networks Seminar

The Complex Systems and Networks Seminar is held every Thursday at 14.00. The seminar is a combination of scholars talking about their own work and journal club presentations. Everybody is welcome to attend the seminar. Please do not hesitate to contact the seminar organizers, Mikko KivelÀ and Alex Jung, if you have any questions or suggestions.

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Next seminar:

Journal Club: The multi-layer approach in network neuroscience

June 1, 2017 @ 14.15 - 15.00
Room T3, T-building
Presenter: Onerva Korhonen

Modeling the human brain as a network has opened new insights on the structure and function of the brain. However, the human brain is not a single, unchangeable network. On the contrary, network neuroscientists should be able to handle a number of different brain networks: structural and functional networks, networks at different frequency bands, networks evolving in time, and even networks of different subjects. In this journal club talk, I will discuss the multilayer network approach applied in the context of the brain: why would it be used and what could it offer to neuroscience?

The presentation is based on the following articles:

Multilayer modeling and analysis of human brain networks
Author: De Domenico

Structure-function clustering in multiplex brain networks
Authors: Crofts, Forrester & O'Dea

Frequency-based brain networks: From a multiplex framework to a full multilayer description
Authors: BuldĂș & Porter


Nothing from June 26, 2017 to October 25, 2017.

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