For next few days, I will be writing a series of articles about Complex Networks, a new branch of interdisciplinary science that is rapidly growing and about which researchers from all fields are equally enthusiastic.

According to me, this is going to be a fascinating series for me as well as for readers. I will upload the first article soon and you can search the series using tags 'Complex Networks' or 'Goldbach's conjecture group'. This so called preface I am writing so that I would get to know interest of Brilliant community about this topic. So please Reshare and give me the feedback as well!

We will start soon! :)

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TopNewestHey Snehal, do you want to coordinate via email? If so I'll make a throwaway email account and we can exchange our real info.

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Hey.. I have no problem at all.. In fact I can post my personal id here if that is fine with Brilliant or I can request Calvin to do give my email id to you.. just tell me what would be better.. :)

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Either one works the same for me ^_^

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I hope that Brilliant wouldn't have problem abut posting email ids. :)

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How exciting. I posted a simple random network problem to get things started. If they doesn't detract from the articles you're writing, I can post more complex network themed problems as your material develops.

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That would be simply great.. Do you work in the area of network theory? If yes then we can actually collaborate! :) I will follow you.. If you do same, we will get to know abut our activities easily.

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Sort of... I work on biological physics and a lot of it touches upon big (perhaps complex) networks. I've also read about the topic, removed from its application to regulatory networks, and find it fun to think about. It would be really awesome if we can find something to work on together.

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Jürgen Kurths.

Thats really great.. Currently I am working on building up a theory of "interacting networks" withMy initial point was that we could collaborate to add material related to Complex networks on Brilliant! If that is fine then please let me know.. :)

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