Many important dynamic processes are determined by an underlying network structure. Examples include the spread of epidemics, the dynamics of public opinions, the diffusion of information about social programs, and biological processes such as neural spike trains. Data about these processes is becoming increasingly available which has lead to a number of different research communities to tackle related questions independently. What is the source of a rumor? Will a given disease spread widely? Who is the key player? This workshop will cover some new tools being developed to address such questions. The workshop speakers are Devavrat Shah, Lori Beaman, Rebecca Willet, and Arun Chandrasekhar. There will be short talks from 11am-3pm Central and a panel discussion 4-5pm. Participants can register to join on Zoom (see link for details), or stream the video on Panopto.