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Open Calls

Call for Open Arms Grant

Deadline Apr 21st (23:59 CET)

Notification May 2nd

We are offering a limited number of travel grants for researchers from low and middle-income countries

Call for Childcare NetSci 2023

Deadline Apr 15th

We are exploring the possibility of offering childcare at NetSci 2023 to accommodate the needs of academic parents.

Call for Open Arms Grant

Deadline Apr 21st (23:59 CET)

Notification May 2nd



The NetSci organising committee is pleased to announce a limited number of travel grants to attend the conference. The goal is to support people from low and middle-income countries that require financial support for travel and conference costs in order to attend. Conference grants are limited to some amount and may be used for participation fee, economic flights, accommodation, visa costs, and/or health insurance.


Grants will only be awarded to people with an abstract submission to NetSci. If the applicant has not yet submitted an abstract, please include a one-page abstract for the poster session during submission. Applicants must reside in one of the low and lower-middle, and upper-middle-income economies (defined by the World Bank)


Applicants must submit a motivation letter (250-word limit) disclosing their affiliation(s), career stage, publications (if any), and the title and submission number. 

Send your application documents to


Applicants will be notified via email of the decision by April 25. The budget will depend on the number of applicants. Decisions will be made public on the NetSci website.

Applicants who are awarded a grant are required to attend the conference in person.

Call for abstracts

Deadline Feb 15th (23:59 CET)

Author Notification Mar 22nd

NetSci is the flagship conference on Complex Networks promoted by the Network Science Society. It brings under one umbrella a wide variety of leading researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders with a direct interest in Network Science, from Physics to Computer Science, Biology, Social Sciences, Economics, and Technological and Communication Networks, among others.

We are looking forward to seeing the best of your new insights into network science at the International School and Conference on Network Science 2023, in Vienna, Austria, to be held from July 10 to 14, 2023. The conference focuses on interdisciplinary research on all aspects of network science and modeling, ranging from foundational works to applications in various disciplines.

Broad Topics

Ecological and Biological networks


Network medicine

Network neuroscience

Diffusion, spreading, and transport

Mobility and urban networks

Computational Social Sciences

Social groups and networks

Social political and technical systems

Economics and Financial networks

Network Science and Education

Synchronization and control

Temporal networks

Multilayer/multiplex networks

Higher-order interactions

Data analysis and Network measures

Statistical inference

Network Geometry

Network models

Percolation, resilience, phase transitions



We invite you to submit a one-page abstract including one (mandatory) descriptive figure and caption by the 15th of February 2023, via our EasyChair submission.

We accept contributed talks (regular talks in parallel sessions and lightning, shorter talks in plenary sessions) and posters.

Please indicate your preference for one of the following categories to present your research:

​- Poster submission

- Regular talk

- Lightning talk

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:



Call for satellite

Deadline Jan 15th

Following the successful tradition of previous venues, NetSci 2023 will host several Satellite Symposia on July 10 and 11 as precursors of the main conference.

These satellite events are full-day or half-day meetings with a focus on a specific topic of Network Science and its Applications.

All subjects are welcome.

Organizers of a full-day Satellite will be given 1 fully-waived registration fee for NetSci 2023 that could be used to cover the participation of either an invited speaker to the satellite or any other participant/organizer.


We invite you to submit a proposal for a satellite symposium including:
  • title

  • abstract (brief summary of the topic and aims of the satellite),

  • contact information (names and emails of all organizers, with the mandatory indication of 1 contact organizer),

  • format (number of speakers, number of participants, length/duration/0.5 or 1 day, preliminary program, number of participants at previous editions if applicable),

  • preliminary list of speakers (confirmed or pre-contacted speakers are a plus during the review, to be indicated in the proposal).


Submit proposals (single PDF file, maximum 2 pages, longer proposals will not be accepted) 

by email to:


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