Cooperative Team Networks

Project: Research project

Project Details


NetSci 2014 is designed to bring together the world-leading researchers spanning all areas of network science, including civilian and military interests, to allow the synthesis of the research questions and directions at the frontier of our understanding. Particular emphasis is on enhancing relevance and deepening scientific understanding to real-world systems. NetSci 2014 is the 9th annual incarnation of the NetSci International School and Conference on Network Science. The first two days are dedicated to satellite meetings. This enables us to leverage the opportunity to draw social and mathematical scientists who work on issues of cooperative team networks. Research areas that contribute to team science range from cognitive science, psychology, organizational psychology, sociology, computational social science, mathematics, and the physical sciences. Network methods and concepts focus on relational data and interactions among agents from a systems level perspective. This makes Network Science an exceptional and useful area to bridge these scientific efforts. Designing this workshop as a satellite session to the main NetSci will raise awareness of Network science to researchers of other disciplines, facilitating the development of cross-cutting methods and theory.
Effective start/end date4/25/144/24/15


  • U.S. Army RDECOM Acquisition Center, Research Triangle Park Contracting Division (W911NF-14-1-0188)


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