Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks 2nd Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci 2011

LEONARDO is pleased to invite you to:

Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks

– 2nd Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci 2011

taking place on Tuesday, June 7, 2011
at Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
Auditorium, 2nd floor, Komor Marcell utca 1, H-1095 Budapest

Attending this symposium is free of charge. As space is limited, we require registration. Both NetSci2011 main conference attendees as well as external guests need to get a free ticket at Tickets will be given out in a first come, first serve basis..

For the program and more information on our symposium go to

Albert-László Barabási: Opening Remarks

Maximilian Schich: Introduction

Marek Claassen: Keynote [ArtFacts.Net]

Agnes Szanyi and Attila Varga: Aesthetic and Social Structure of the Hungarian Contemporary Art Field. /

Tom Brughmans, Simon Keay and Graeme Earl: Complex Networks in Archaeology: Urban Connectivity in Roman Southern Spain.
archaeologicalnetworks /

Thomas Petzold, Han-Teng Liao, John Hartley and Jason Potts:
Inter-Language Linking in Wikipedia: A Global Dependency Explorer for Languages and Content. /

Juan Luis Suárez, Fernando Sancho and Javier De La Rosa: Sustaining a Global Community: Art and Religion in the Network of Baroque Hispanic-American Paintings.

Jean-Baptiste Michel and Erez Lieberman Aiden: Keynote [Culturomics]

Nathalie Henry Riche: Keynote [Matrix Visualization]

14:20–14:40 Coffee break

Christian Thiemann and Dirk Brockmann: Shortest-Path-Tree Tomography: A Structured, Quantitative Visualization of Complex Networks for Exploration and Communication.

Robin W. Wilkins, Matthew Steen, Paul J. Laurenti, Jonathan H. Burdette and Donald A. Hodges: The Effects of Music on the Brain: Investigating Music Preference Using Network Science Methods. /

Wouter Van Den Broeck, Marco Quaggiotto, Lorenzo Isella, Alain Barrat and Ciro Cattuto: The Making of Sixty-Nine Days Of Close Encounters At The Science Gallery. /

George Legrady: Culture, Data & Algorithmic Organization.

The AHCN organizers,
Maximilian Schich, Roger Malina, Isabel Meirelles, Tijana Stepanovic

Posted by:  Ozden Sahin (LEA Co-editor and Curator)