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# Please help: NetSci14–the Albert-Moreno-Newman interviews

Mauro Faccin is heading to NetSci14 and as talked about here he is planning to write a blog about the event.

We were thinking it would be better to interview a few interesting attendees: we need to think of a few good quality questions! In fact, there are some very interesting people attending and we were thinking about questions/people along these lines

Since the event is soon, we need to ask John and everyone else for you feedback on the questions.

Current (template) Interview Questions:

• What was your talk about? Do you have a link to your slides so blog readers can take a look?
• What do you consider the most surprising or unexpected thing/talk/announcement which took place at NetSci14?
• What do you think is an important (even long term) future challenge for network science?
• At the Azimuth project, we have worked a lot on general frameworks for networks, chemical reaction networks and of course, quantum networks. What do you think would be interesting for us to better approach complex network science?

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edited May 2014

The questions look good. The last one, especially the last sentence, looks a bit fuzzy. It's not clear that people unfamiliar with the Azimuth Project will understand it: how will they know what we can do, or what we're interested in. I can imagine just dropping it, or making it more specific while clearer to people who don't know the Azimuth Project.

Comment Source:The questions look good. The last one, especially the last sentence, looks a bit fuzzy. It's not clear that people unfamiliar with the Azimuth Project will understand it: how will they know what we can do, or what we're interested in. I can imagine just dropping it, or making it more specific while clearer to people who don't know the Azimuth Project.
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