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Keynote

Dynamics of Adaptive Networks

Thilo Gross

Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems

Abstract: Research in the dynamics of complex networks has for long a time followed two distinct lines of exploration: One line focuses on the dynamics of networks. Here, the network is considered as a dynamical system which evolves in time due to addition or deletion of nodes and links. A second line of research focuses on dynamics on networks, where the nodes of the network are considered as independent dynamical systems, coupled according to the (static) network topology. Only 10 years ago these two strands were brought back together in 4 pioneering publications that considered the dynamics of adaptive networks, combining local dynamics in the network nodes, with topological evolution of the network structure. These and subsequent works showed that the adaptive interplay between dynamics and topology gives rise to a number of intriguing phenomena. In this talk I will give an overview over the emerging field of adaptive networks research. A particular focus of my talk will be the phenomenon of adaptive self-organized criticality, in which the topology of a network evolves to a point at which the dynamics on the network is in a critical state.

Short bio: Thilo Gross obtained his PhD in 2004 from University of Oldenburg, Germany. He conducted postdoctoral research at University of Potsdam and Princeton University. Since 2007, he has been directing the BioND research group at the Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.

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