From social to biological, individuals are deeply embedded in networks—even if one doesn’t actively seek to be networked.
Valdis Krebs, founder and chief scientist of orgnet.com, has been mapping, modeling and measuring networks since the late 1980s—examining networks ranging from the halls of academia to corruption in Cuyahoga County, from the Sept. 11 hijackers to budding economies in rural America.
At the Monday, Jan. 14, Science Café Cleveland, Krebs will lead a discussion on the networked nature of our daily lives and the mathematics behind them.
The presentation will take place at The Market Garden Brewery with drinks at 6:30 p.m. and the discussion beginning around 7 p.m.
The event is sponsored by the Case Western Reserve University chapter of Sigma Xi, WCPN ideastream and the Market Garden Brewery.