MultiNet 2022: Future Directions in Multilayer Network Science

**The recording of the satellite is now available for viewing on demand.**

What do you think are the most promising areas of development or the biggest scientific challenges to meet in the area of multilayer network science? Join our conversation on July 15 and talk with other members of this fast-growing area.

MultiNet is holding an in-person meeting in Boston, and will open a virtual discussion on the topic of the promises and challenges for the area of multilayer network science. After opening comments from Ginestra Bianconi, José Fernando Mendes, and Taha Yasseri, we will open to all attendees - in person and virtual - to join the conversation.

Accelnet-MultiNet is an NSF-funded international collaboration to advance multilayer network science that involves meetings, exchanges of early career scholars, an ongoing webinar series, and community building. One of the charges of AccelNet-MultiNet is to produce a report highlighting promises and challenges in the field. We anticipate and hope that the satellite discussion will assist in the drafting of a first iteration of this report. The report will be open to community comment and contribution, and we will continue to have meetings at future in person NetSci meetings and virtually to allow for participation.


We will begin at 1:30 pm EDT (New York) on Friday, July 15. After a brief discussion and remarks, we will accept questions, comments, and Q&A from participants both online and in person. The conversation will be recorded and shared on our website. Link:

Jul 15, 2022

1:30 pm


3:30 pm



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Taha Yasseri

Ginestra Bianconi

José Fernando Mendes



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