Recent collaborations with my colleagues at Beijer Institute, Princeton and Posdam Institute have constantly bring me back to the topic of how is resilience understood from a network perspective. While resilience scholars constantly remind us that network structure are a key feature of resilient systems (e.g. modularity) [e.g. Biggs]; very little is know on what is the functional form between these qualitative claims and the actual resilience of systems. For example, if I give you a dataset consisting of 100 cities with a plethora of networks metrics already measured for you, could you figure out which city is more resilient?