# Category Archives: Math 767: Mathematics of Networks

## Mathematics of Epidemics on Networks

It looks like that finally a monograph about mathematical approaches to the modeling of epidemic spread on networks is written and will be published in May, 2017. Here is the publisher’s web page. Here is Table of contents. Really looking … Continue reading

## Lecture Notes

I put together in one file the lecture notes I have written for my courses, here they are: Undergraduate ODE Graduate ODE I Dynamical Systems and Models in Biology Mathematics of Networks (Unfinished)

## Mathematics of Networks: Summer 2015

On May 19th I am starting summer graduate course at NDSU. The course in on Mathematics of Networks, and an ultimate goal for these four weeks is to get by the end of the course to the existing tools of … Continue reading

## Dynamical systems on networks

A recent tutorial from arXiv: Dynamical Systems on Networks: A Tutorial

## Epidemic models on networks

A very interesting issue of Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena is online now.

## Yandex Seminar Video

Here is a link to Yandex seminar. In particular, A modern view on centrality measuress Random graph process models for large networks (upcoming)

## Literature for Mathematics of Networks

I got to the middle of my course Mathematics of Networks, and definitely a lot of things are much clearer for me now than they were before. I am not sure I will be able to cover some applied aspects … Continue reading

## Mathematics of Networks

The preliminary part of the course is almost over. I had time to talk about: Internet as a graph and its properties Ramsey numbers and probabilistic method Basic definitions of the graph theory Measures and characteristics of networks Basics of … Continue reading

## Mathematics of Networks

Here are first two lectures for my course that started today. The idea is give a glimpse of the required mathematics, and after it review the basics of the pertinent material. Lectures 1-2.

## Fall 2013: Mathematics of Networks

In Fall 2013 I am scheduled to give a graduate course Math 767: Topics in Applied Mathematics, and the topic I chose is Mathematics of Networks. Course theme and course description: Networks are the language that is used today in … Continue reading