Extended versions of top papers of analytic/optimization orientation will be considered for publication in a special issue of Networks journal (Wiley).
Accepted and presented papers are planned to be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.


In order to register and pay the workshop fee (as an author), please go to your USRR'16 paper webpage in EDAS and follow the "Registration" button.

In order to register as a non-author please choose this link.

Please be aware that full registration (and payment) until August 5, 2016 for a presenting person is mandatory to include the paper in the proceedings. One full registration covers presentation of one accepted paper.

until August 5, 2016
Early fee
August 6 - September 2, 2016
Late fee
IEEE members
non IEEE members
IEEE members
non IEEE members
Full registration
240 EUR
270 EUR
270 EUR
300 EUR
IEEE Life Member
50 EUR
50 EUR
Accompanying person (non-author)
80 EUR
100 EUR

Registration fee includes
For participants For accompanying persons (non-authors)
» presentation of one own paper
» access to lunch and coffee breaks
   on September 15, 2016
» one copy of CD-ROM proceedings
   and participants kit
» printed proceedings
» Gala Dinner on September 14, 2016
» Gala Dinner on September 14, 2016

Cancellation policy
Cancellation of participation is possible:

Emerging network sciences (interdisciplinary science of networks of networks) aim at discovering/identifying, formalizing/representing and analyzing common processes and phenomena underlying physical, chemical, biological, communication, social and cognitive networks. The fundamental objective of this emerging interdisciplinary field is to propose predictive models of these processes and phenomena in these networks that are characterized as adaptive, interdependent, unpredictable, nonlinear, and dynamic. From this perspective, a fundamental question arises as how interdependent network systems can be designed to support unpredictable disturbance and unexpected changes when vulnerable to natural disasters, (un)voluntary disruptions, malfunctions, and changes in its usage patterns due to socio-economic or technological changes. The latter changes could also impact operations for system maintenance as operators running an infrastructure might operate differently than system design assumes. For this purpose, a better understanding of the aforementioned properties characterizing interdependent networks requires to first capture the fundamental interplay between sustainability, resilience and robustness.

Workshop Objective:
Technical networks exhibit many inter-dependencies which are complex to measure and model but also lead to multi-objective decision problems where uncertainty becomes the transversal notion to capture. To this end, understanding the fundamental interplay between sustainability, resilience, and robustness becomes essential in order to rejuvenate and/or improve current design and evaluation methods that are currently unable to cope with this fundamental dimension.

Authors are invited to submit papers that describe state-of-the-art research, present work-in-progress, or suggest open problems covering one or more of the topics of interest to the workshop:
We invite submissions (via EDAS) of original contributions of 5-7 pages, formatted according to the IEEE two-column conference template.

Workshop Chairs:

Technial Program Committee (tentative):

To submit your paper, click here.

This workshop is co-organized by the
EINS project, the FP7 European Network
of Excellence (NoE) in Internet Science
funded by the European Commission