Short Course on Stochastic Geometry and Spatial Complex Networks, and the 3rd Symposium on Spatial Networks

Many networks are spatial in that nodes have a location and links are more common between closely spaced nodes. As in the previous events held in Oxford in 2016 and 2017, we are running a short course for PhD students and researchers new to the field, and a two-day symposium on spatial networks and applications to diverse complex networks and wireless communications.

This year the short course will focus on stochastic geometry, including point and line processes, and on spatial complex networks. Contributions for research talks in the symposium in all areas relevant to spatial, complex and/or wireless networks and stochastic geometry are very welcome.

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