You have until February 10, 2019 to submit an extended abstract for the International Conference on Computational Social Science, IC²S² 2019.
The line-up of keynotes has been announced, and it promises to be an exciting event with 11 renowned speakers as well as a panel discussion in light of 5 years IC²S², featuring 5 well-known computational social scientists.
The conference will be held at the University of Amsterdam from July 17 to 20, 2019. Check out the call for abstracts!
Submissions are non-archival and should be just 2 pages in length.
The Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Open Online Media (MISDOOM) aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from communication science, computer science, and economy, as well as journalists and online media professionals to discuss current topics, technical advances and societal challenges in the area of online media. I am happy to serve as program chair for this exciting symposium. Be sure to submit your paper before January 26 via the website: https://www.misdoom.org.
RISE_SMA forms an interdisciplinary, international network combining excellent scholars and practitioners to enable vigorous knowledge sharing and to develop solutions for contemporary challenges for Social Media Analytics (SMA). From Leiden, Michael Emmerich, Suzan Verberne and Frank Takes are involved. It is the result of a EU H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange Call (MSCA RISE) proposal. The kick-off meeting is in Duisburg on April 15-16, 2019 and the RISE_SMA project website provides more information.
The International Conference on Computational Social Science, abbreviated IC²S² 2019, will be held at the University of Amsterdam from July 17 to 20, 2019. Eelke Heemskerk and I are, together with many other organizers, extremely enthusiastic and excited about bringing this large conference to the Netherlands. More information will follow soon!
Elsevier’s Information Processing and Management Journal will feature a special issue on Social Network Mining. The deadline for submissions is October 15, 2018. Please consider submitting your original work on social network mining to this special issue. More information can be found at the special issue’s website.