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On NetworkPages we aim to promote both network science and its real-world applications. We view this primarily as a mathematical endeavor with intimate connections to computer science. Understanding networks science can help readers to improve their understanding of the world around them. We aspire to include connections to other branches of science relating to networks, such as physics, biology, chemistry, economics, sociology, medicine, neuroscience and artificial intelligence. And vice versa, real-world examples can help them understand the mathematics.

With NetworkPages we do both, but the focus lies on the mathematics: it is not necessary that all articles have a practical or applied flavor. Our aim with the articles and the blogs on NetworkPages is to present mathematical and algorithmic aspects of the theory of networks to a broader audience, and to show how amazing this modern scientific field is.

The target readers of NetworkPages consist of a broad audience that is generally interested in mathematics but doesn’t have concrete ambitions related to network science.

Important points to be considered for submissions are as follows:

If you would like to contribute to the NetworkPages, you can find further information in the complete editorial guidelines. You are most welcome to post any further questions to