Seminar 'Looking at Crime Networks from all sides'

Seminar 'Looking at Crime Networks from all sides'

Seminar: Looking at Crime Networks from all sides: A collaboration between the Maths Department and School of Law, University of Limerick

The morning session consists of two methodological approaches to examining crime networks, while the afternoon session consists of  public lectures. You are welcome to attend all or part of this event


Date and Time: Friday 8th November, 10.00-15.30
Location: A&L Goodbody Appellate Court Room, UL Glucksman Library
Further Information:  RSVP to by Wednesday 6th November
All welcome to attend

09:30 – Registration (@ the hall of the UL Glucksman Library)
10:00 – Opening remarks
10:20 – Graph theory methods and scaling of criminal phenomena - Dr. Bruno Requião da Cunha

10:40 – Coffee break & networking
11:00 – The value of case study design in understanding the context and phenomenon of criminal networks -                                                                                                                                                                                                        Prof. Sean Redmond
11.15 – Open panel
13:00 – Lunch

14.00 – Public lecture - Lifting the lid on Greentown, Bluetown and Redtown - Dr. Catherine Naughton
14.45 – Public lecture - The mathematics of criminal networks - Dr. Bruno Requião da Cunha
15:30 – Close