Ideas through Collaboration

ICeNSA Network Opens Flow of Ideas, Collaboration

September 06, 2012 • Gene Stowe

Red lines in the carpet connect the orange and yellow dots in the third-floor Nieuwland Hall headquarters of the University of Notre Dame’s Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications (iCeNSA), a network of researchers studying networks in the real world.

The lines are not limits, but rather connectors to greater knowledge and greater good. iCeNSA is a connector and a hub whose interdisciplinary work and faculty affiliates span computing, science, engineering, mathematics, social science, and humanities.

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