### Welcome!

### CV and more

- Abstract nonsence Applied mathematics biology Biology Direct Career chaos Complexity Complex Networks conferences Coursera CRISP-Cas system Delta-function Differential equations diversity dynamical systems Epidemics on networks Error threshold Evolution Evolutionary game theory evolution of altruism Facts genetic code h-index heterogeneous models Heterogeneous populations HGT High energy physics History Human evolution Humor ID interview jobs journals kin selection Lamarckian evolution Lecture Notes lytdybr Math 266: Intro to ODE Math 483: PDE Math 484: Math in Biology Math 760: ODE I Math 767: Mathematics of Networks Math and Bio Math Club Mathematica mathematical epidemiology MFET2010 money Natural selection NDSU open access PDE Peer review Perelman permanence Population genetics Postdoc position Presentations Protein folding publishing publish or perish quasispecies random graphs Reading books Replicator equation Social choice spatial solutions Statistical physics Statistics does not lie teaching textbook tree of life University video courses

# Tag Archives: Math 767: Mathematics of Networks

## 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) Advertisements

## 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

## Video from conference on Random Graphs at Yandex

Yandex uploaded videos from the talks at the Workshop on Random Graphs and their Applications. Some of them are quite interesting.

Posted in Complex networks
Tagged conferences, Math 767: Mathematics of Networks, video courses
Leave a comment

## 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.

## Start of the new semester

The summer is over. I basically did not post during this summer, and it is one of my points on my to do list to resume more or less regular posting. The classes I am teaching this semester: math 266: … Continue reading