Professor Ginestra Bianconi elected a new Fellow of the Network Science Society
25 September 2020
Professor Ginestra Bianconi, Professor of Applied Mathematics at Queen Mary's School of Mathematical Sciences and Turing Fellow, has been elected a Fellow of the Network Science Society.
The Fellowship Program of the Network Science Society recognises researchers who have made outstanding contributions to network science research and the worldwide community of network scientists.
Professor Bianconi was recognised by the Network Science Society for her foundational contributions to network science, and in particular her work on the formulation of the Bose-Einstein condensation in complex networks and advances on the structure and dynamics of multilayer networks.
Commenting on her award, Professor Bianconi, said: "I am honoured to receive this award in recognition of my work on the mathematics of networks. I would like to acknowledge all my collaborators and the institutions that hosted and supported my research, especially Queen Mary."
Professor Bianconi joins a list of 14 existing fellows, which include high profile network scientists Steven Strogatz, Mark E. J Newman and Yoshiki Kuramoto.
Updated by: Michal Filus