Department of Mathematics

Event calendar for the Department of Mathematics

Felix Klein Colloquium: Why do many large complex networks look similar?

In the talk a possible answer to the question in the title is offered by defining a random network model that is constructed from simple and universal principles and by showing that typical features of large networks, like small-world effect, robustness and clustering, emerge from this construction.

 

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Peter Mörters, University of Cologne

Time: 17:15 - 18:30 o'clock

Place: Building 48, room 210

The lectures of the Felix Klein Colloquium will be held at 17:15 in room 210 of the Mathematics Building 48. Beforehand - from 16:45 - there will be an opportunity to meet the speaker at the colloquium tea in room 580.

Semester Schedule

Here you will find important dates for studying and examinations, commission meetings and special events for the Department of Mathematics.

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