Mathematical Adventures

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Speaker: Anthony Bonato
Title: Dots and Lines: The Hidden Networks Around US

Via Zoom at 7:30 pm February 13, 2024

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Networks measure interactions. The last twenty years have witnessed an explosion of network methods applied to every discipline. From early examples like the web graph, we now study networks made from neurons in the brain, banking transactions, characters in novels and films, and species interacting in an ecosystem, to name a few.

Dr. Anthony Bonato’s research is in graph theory and network science. He authored over 150 papers with over 120 co-authors. He is the author of five books, with the most recent one, An Invitation to Pursuit-Evasion Games and Graph Theory, published by the American Mathematical Society in 2022. Bonato is currently a full Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Toronto Metropolitan University. Bonato has a passion for writing and communicating mathematics, and his words were published in Nature, Salon, and The Conversation.

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