Multilayer Social Networks

 Multilayer Social Networks

Authors

MARK E. DICKISON is a Data Science Manager at Capital One, where he attempts to put his knowledge of complex systems and technical skills at the forefront of solving business problems while still nding time to stay current with theory. He has been a postdoctoral fellow at Pennsylvania State University in its USP program, which supports the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, one of the rst organizations to focus on multiple network models. His research interests fall within multidisciplinary network modeling, including network formation, and epidemiological and opinion spreading as well as data mining and machine learning.

MATTEO MAGNANI is a Senior Lecturer in database systems and data mining at Uppsala University, Sweden, and has previously held positions at the National Research Council (CNR), Italy, at the University of Bologna and at Aarhus University, Denmark. He has written around 1.5 Kg of papers and he has an h-index. He has received several awards, including a Funniest Presentation award and a Best Young Chess Player at a local tournament with two participants. Matteo's mission is to create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the service of humanity. Luckily enough, most of the humanity is not aware of Matteo's mission.

LUCA ROSSI is an Assistant Professor in the Communication and Culture Research Group of the IT University of Copenhagen. His research connects traditional sociological approaches with computational approaches. He has presented his work at many international conferences, including IR, SBP, ASONAM, SunBelt, and ICWSM. He has teaching experience at both undergraduate and graduate levels and has successfully attracted funding on complex social network analysis from PRIN and FIRB schemes (Italian Ministry for Education, University, and Research).