On June 20, 2017, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented an invited talk “Co-evolution of social ties in multi-layer social networks” at ISODS III NetSci Satellite Workshop in Indianapolis, IN.

On June 20, 2017, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented an invited talk “Co-evolution of social ties in multi-layer social networks” at Information, Self-Organizing Dynamics and Synchronization on Networks (ISODS III) NetSci Satellite Workshop in Indianapolis, IN. Social relations are often collected at different time frequencies and capture various interactions and perceptions which can be represented by different layers of edges connecting the nodes of a social network. Natural question arises what are the temporal interrelations between processes of creation and dissolution of social ties (edges) at different network layers and how these processes influence the changes of node characteristics. This talk focuses on examples of such co-evolution of network structures and node properties for multi-layer social networks.