Researchers and collaborators can interact with CINET by running analytics on networks, visualizing networks, adding networks to the system, and adding structural analysis tools. CINET is actively being used in classrooms in several universities. The platform for research, teaching and collaboration offers an environment for resource sharing in network science.

 
 

CINET Workshop - University at Albany - SUNY

August 11, 2015
Invited Speaker: Dr. Bolek Szymanski, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

University at Albany Resources

Workshop Schedule

CINET Welcome

Dr. Boleslaw K. Szymanski's Talk Abstract

GRANITE exercises

EDISON exercises

Presentation slides for CINET Tools

CINET applications and research

Courses on Network Science


Courses at Northeastern University:
Network Science
Network Science Data

Course at Georgia Tech:
Network Science

Course at Purdue:
Elements of Network Science

Course at Santa Fe Institute:
Network Analysis and Modeling

Course at Emory University:
Network Science: Theory, Methods and Applications

Course at Columbia University:
Topics in Signal Processing: Network Science

Course at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI):
Foundation of Network Science

Course at the University of Michigan:
Networks: Theory and Application

Course at Indiana University:
Introduction to network science: from the social atom to Facebook

Course at Rutgers University:
Introduction to Network Science: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications

Course at the University of Rochester:
Network Science Analytics

Course at the University of Texas at Austin:
Topics in Complex Networks

Course at Wright State University:
Network Science

Course at the University of Oregon:
The New Science of Networks

Course at the University of Florida:
Network Science and Applications

Course at Carnegie Mellon University:
Introduction to Network Science

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Course Material


  • Madhav Marathe delivers a seminar at the Stanford University Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series.

  • Virginia Tech PhD student S.M. Shamimul Hasan gave a presentation about CINET on behalf of the project team.

  • This course presentation serves as an introduction to the mathematical and computational aspects of Network Science.

  • A Glimpse of CINET Workings & Purpose as part of the CINET Workshop on July 10th, 2015 in Blacksburg, VA.

  • Using CINET presentation as part of the CINET Workshop on July 10th, 2015 in Blacksburg, VA. CINET applications include Granite, GDS Calculator, and EDISON.

  • Use of CINET in Education and Research as part of the CINET Workshop on July 10th, 2015 in Blacksburg, VA. This presentation includes an overview of institutions using CINET in their courses.