School on Network Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - January 02 - 06, 2012

Venue: Golden Jubilee Seminar Hall, ECE Department, IISc Bangalore

  9:30-11:00 11:30-1:00 2:00-3:30 4:00-5:30
Ayalvadi Ganesh Jean Walrand Devavrat Shah Eva Tardos
Ayalvadi Ganesh Andrea Montanari Devavrat Shah Eva Tardos
Ayalvadi Ganesh Jean Walrand Andrea Montanari Eva Tardos
Ayalvadi Ganesh Jean Walrand Devavrat Shah Andrea Montanari
Andrea Montanari Jean Walrand Devavrat Shah Eva Tardos


Workshop on Network Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - January 09 - 13, 2012

Venue : January 09 - 13, 2012 : Golden Jubilee Seminar Hall, ECE Department, IISc Bangalore

  9:00 - 10:00
(Plenary Talks)
10:15 - 11:00 11:30 - 12:15 12:15 - 1:00 2:00 - 2:45 2:45 - 3:30 4:00 - 4:45 4:45 - 5:30
Sanjoy Mitter Prasanna Chaporkar Niloy Ganguly Jeff Johnson Y. Narahari D. Manjunath Onkar Dabeer Rahul Jain
Francois Baccelli Vinod Prabhakaran Fernando Vega-Redondo Sujay Sanghavi Aravind Srinivasan P. Vijay Kumar Rahul Vaze Alexandre Proutiere
Alan Willsky Madhav Marathe Noshir Contractor Shalabh Bhatnagar Shivani Agarwal Srikanth Iyer Marc Lelarge Atul Saroop
Deepak Dhar Sanjay Shakkottai B.Ravindran Aditya Karnik Gaurav Raina Open Discussion Open Discussion --
P. R. Kumar Ravi Mazumdar Moez Draief Massimo Franceschetti Krishna Jagannathan N. Viswanadham Vinod Sharma Eitan Altman


School on Network Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: January 02 - 06, 2012
Speakers: Title:
Ayalvadi Ganesh, U. Bristol, UK Rumours, epidemics and consensus on networks
Andrea Montanari, Stanford Inference and learning in Ising models
Devavrat Shah, MIT Rumours, epidemics and consensus on networks
Eva Tardos, Cornell University Network Games, Learning, and the Price of Anarchy or Stability
Jean Walrand, UC, Berkeley Resource Allocation in Networks
Workshop on Network Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: January 09 - 13, 2012
Plenary Speakers: Title:
Francois Baccelli, ENS, Paris Performance of P2P Networks with Spatial Interactions of Peers
Deepak Dhar, TIFR  Vibrational Spectrum of Spider-Web Networks
P. R. Kumar, UIUC Real-time wireless networking
Sanjoy Mitter, MIT Towards a Theory of Layered Architectures for Communication and Control
Alan Willsky, MIT Distributed Algorithms for Graphical Models
Invited Speakers: Title:
Shivani Agarwal, IISc Bangalore Ranking on Graphs: A Machine Learning Approach
Eitan Altman, INRIA, Paris New Game Theoretic Models in Networking
Shalabh Bhatnagar, IISc Bangalore Actor-Critic Algorithms and an Application to Vehicular Traffic Control
Prasanna Chaporkar, IIT Bombay Stability and Power Control in Limited Information Based MAC
Noshir Contractor, Northwestern University

Using Multi-theoretical Multilevel Models to Understand and Enable Communities

Onkar Dabeer, TIFR, Mumbai

Scheduling Tweets in a Campaign

Moez Draief, Imperial, UK    Reaching Consensus through Probabilistic Polling
Massimo Franceschetti, UCSD Human matching behavior in social networks: an algorithmic perspective
David Gamarnik, MIT Statistical physics methods in combinatorial optimization, inference and graphical games
Niloy Ganguly, IIT Kharagpur

Stability Analysis of Real-World P2P Networks

Srikanth Iyer, IISc Bangalore Non- Uniform Random Geometric Graphs with Location Dependent Radii
Krishna Jagannathan, IIT Madras Queue length asymptotics under heavy-tailed traffic: Why CSMA is more robust than max-weight scheduling
Rahul Jain, USC, LA Multi-player Multi-Armed Bandits: Combinatorial and Decentralized Settings
Jeff Johnson, Open University, UK

Hypernetworks in complex multilevel systems

Aditya Karnik, GM India Science Lab, Bangalore How to spread a rumor?
P. Vijay Kumar, IISc Bangalore Regenerating Codes for Distributed Storage
Marc Lelarge, INRIA, Paris Applying the cavity method to design efficient load balancing schemes
D. Manjunath, IIT Bombay Load Balancing and Routing Games with Admission Price
Madhav Marathe, Virginia Technology, USA

Science and Engineering of Co-evolving Networks: Population Dynamics and Epidemics

Ravi Mazumdar, Waterloo, Canada Robust Resource Sharing in Networks: Insensitivity and Tractability
Y. Narahari, IISc Bangalore Influence Limitation in Multi-Campaign Social Networks: A Game Theoretic Approach
Vinod Prabhakaran, TIFR, Mumbai

Secure Coordination

Alexandre Proutiere, KTH Decentralized Optimization: A Simulation Approach
Gaurav Raina, IIT, Madras Design of a rate controlled transport protocol
B. Ravindran, IIT Madras Exploring Small World Property in Reinforcement Learning
Fernando Vega-Redondo, EUI, Florence Social networks and the process of "globalization"
Sujay Sanghavi, UT, Austin  

Finding the Graph of Cascades and Games

Atul Saroop, GM Labs, Bangalore Building Fast Crawlers for Social Networks
Sanjay Shakkottai, UT, Austin Large Deviations of Wireless Scheduling: Incomplete State Information and Optimality
Vinod Sharma, IISc Bangalore Modelling and analysis of p2p IPTV systems
Aravind Srinivasan, UMD, College Park Maximal Independent Sets in Networks
Rahul Vaze, TIFR Mumbai Percolation in the Information Theoretically Secure Wireless Network Graph
N. Viswanadham, IISc Bangalore Emerging Market Network Chains