Network Neuroscience


At its core, network science helps to uncover the relationships between elements in a complex system. The application of this approach has been instrumental in the investigation of various systems as disparate as social networks, biological systems, communication arrays, and transportation networks. Likewise, the field of neuroscience benefits from using a network science approach to understand the brain. The brain represents a complex system that is inherently multiscale and multivariate, and comprises a hierarchy defined by interconnectedness linking brain structure, function and cognition. The use of various methods, from multimodal imaging techniques to model simulations, has lent to discoveries that uncover brain processes at the macroscale, mesoscale and microscale. More importantly, topics including network topology, network dynamics, control theory, and computational modelling, strongly complement traditional neuroscientific studies. With the study of the brain at various scales, Network Neuroscience has emerged as a field encompassing multiple disciplines.


NETSCI 2020 VIRTUAL SATELLITE | SEPTEMBER 19, 2020, 13:00-18:00 (CEST) 

Network Neuroscience

Welcome to the web page for the Network Neuroscience Satellite! This year's satellite will be held September 19, 2020, 13:00-18:00 (CEST). The satellite is FREE and will be a completely virtual event.
This satellite conference is a FREE event, but participants still need to register (via EventBrite)NetSci2020 Satellite Conference: Network Neuroscience
Registration for NetSci is also required. Please visit the NetSci Registration page for conference and satellite options.
If you have any questions, please contact satellite chair:
Rossana Mastrandrea (

Important Dates

Satellite Dates

Abstract submission deadline: July 10, 2020

Communication of acceptance: July 18, 2020

Network Neuroscience virtual satellite: September 19, 2020

NetSci Dates
School & Satellites: September 14-20, 2020
Main conference: September 21-25, 2020

This satellite is supported by Inria.

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