• Best paper award for Mark de Berg, Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak and Mehran Mehr at ISAAC 2019

    The paper On One-Round Discrete Voronoi Games  by Mark de Berg (TU/e), Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak (former NETWORKS PhD student), and Mehran Mehr won the best-paper award at the 30th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC 2019).

  • NETWORKS goes to school 2020 - Announcement

    It is almost time for the annual masterclass on network science organized by the NETWORKS program!


  • PACE 2019 winners announced

    Last week the prize-giving ceremony of the 2019 version of PACE, the "Parameterized Algorithms
    & Computational Experiments Challenge", took place in München. Bart Jansen was one of the
    organisers and the event was sponsored by Networks.
  • Best Paper Award QTNA for Onno Boxma

    Onno Boxma recently received the QTNA 2019 best-paper award for the paper entitled "A Single Server Queue with Workload-Dependent Service Speed and Vacations", co-authored with Yutaka Sakuma (who visited us last year) and Tuan Phung-Duc.


  • Cum laude distinction for Pieter Kleer

    On September 9th, Pieter Kleer successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "When Nash met Markov: Novel results for pure Nash equilibria and the switch Markov chain" at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Pieter received the cum laude distinction for his research on the quantifying effect of safety margins in route planning.


  • Veni grant for Yorgos Amanatidis

    The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 250,000 euros to Yorgos Amanatidis for his project 'Fair Division in Dynamic Environments with Social Structure'. This grant providese Yorgos with the opportunity to further elaborate his ideas during a period of three years.


  • NWA-ORC grant for project PrimaVera

    A multidisciplinary team from the Eindhoven University of Technology together with several scientists and companies, receives five million euros from science funder NWO for the "PrimaVera: Predictive maintenance for Very effective asset management" project.


  • Cum laude distinction for Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak

    On June 27th, Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled 'ETH-Tight Algorithms for Geometric Network Problems' at TU Eindhoven. He received his degree cum laude, a very rare distinction that is only given for outstanding results that have been obtained with a very high level of independence.


  • Networks publishes 5th Annual Report

    2018 has been quite a remarkable year for NETWORKS, with great scientific progress
    and many highlights. In this fifth year of the funding period, the program continues to
    be in full swing.


  • An impression of the YEP 2019 workshop

    by Clara Stegehuis

    On March 25th – 29th the 15th YEP (Young European Probabilists) workshop took place in Eindhoven, focusing on information diffusion on networks.