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The Erdős–Rényi Prize of the Network Science Society is named for Paul Erdős and Alfréd Rényi. This international prize is awarded annually in a special ceremony at the International Conference on Network Science to an outstanding early-career researcher in the field of network science.
Past recipients include:
- 2012: Roger Guimera, Rovira i Virgili University, for work on the "analysis of network cartography and community identification".
- 2013: Adilson E. Motter, Northwestern University, for work on "synchronization phenomena"."
- 2014: Mason A. Porter, University of Oxford, for research in the "mathematics of networks".
- 2015: Chaoming Song, University of Miami, for work including the application of "self-similarity and renormalization group theory" to networks.
- 2016: Aaron Clauset, University of Colorado Boulder, for work on the structure of networks.
- 2017: Vittoria Colizza, Inserm, for research into "network-based modeling of epidemic processes".
- 2018: Danielle Bassett, University of Pennsylvania, for work on the "network architecture of the human brain".
- Northwestern University press release: Roger Guimera receives 2012 Erdos-Renyi prize
- "Erdős–Rényi prize for young scientists". Network Science Society. Retrieved 21 June 2017.
- Northwestern University press release: Adilson E. Motter receives 2013 Erdos-Renyi prize
- University of Oxford press release: Fellow Mason A. Porter receives 2014 Erdos-Renyi prize
- University of Miami press release: Chaoming Song receives 2015 Erdos-Renyi prize
- Santa Fe Institute press release: Aaron Clauset receives 2016 Erdos-Renyi prize
- ISI Foundation press release: Vittoria Colizza receives prestigious Erdős–Rényi Prize 2017 in network science
- Penn Bioengineering Blog: Erdős-Rényi Prize for Danielle Bassett
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