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ARS 2013 : Networks in space and time: models, data collection and applications

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Link: http://www.ars13.unisa.it
 
When Jun 20, 2013 - Jun 22, 2013
Where Rome (Italy)
Abstract Registration Due Feb 15, 2013
Submission Deadline Apr 15, 2013
Notification Due Apr 30, 2013
Categories    social network analysis   economics   statistics
 

Call For Papers

Submission deadline: February 15, 2013

International workshop ARS’13
“Networks in space and time: models, data collection and applications”

The fourth biennial ARS workshop will be held on 20-22 June at the Università Roma Tre, Rome, Italy.

ARS'13 aims at:
• presenting the most relevant results in Social Network Analysis when data are collected across space and time;
• looking at the development of new space/time representations and methods for the analysis of networks in society, economics and nature.

The workshop also aims to deepen existing scientific cooperation between social network analysts, to establish new cooperation between researchers, and to provide a multi-disciplinary forum for exchange of ideas.

The workshop will include invited and contributed sessions.

The Scientific board is very pleased to announce a number of world-class keynote speakers for ARS’13 invited sessions.

A provisional program is:

- “Analyzing and visualizing large networks” (Organizers: V.Batagelj/P.Doreian)
Invited Speakers: Vladimir Batagelj, Jure Leskovec
- “Data collection” (Organizers: A. Ferligoj/M.P. Vitale)
Invited Speakers: Peter Marsden, Tina Kogovšek, Betina Hollstein
- “Networks and international relations” (Organizers: L. De Benedictis/G. Fagiolo)
Invited Speakers: Marc Berthelemy, Ethan Cohen-Cole, Lucia Tajoli
- “Networks and space: a multi-disciplinary perspective” (Organizers: M.A. Maggioni/M.R. D'Esposito/S. Zaccarin)
Invited Speakers: Patrick Doreian, Nicolas Carayol
- “Network Dynamics” (Organizers: G. Giordano/P. Panzarasa/A. Ferligoj)
Invited Speakers: Alessandro Vespignani, Carter Butts, Johan Koskinen


The organizing committee is soliciting abstracts for paper presentations on any facet of network analysis relating, but by no means limited, to:

• Dynamic network visualization
• Large networks
• Longitudinal social networks
• Models for spatial-temporal networks
• Networks and geography
• Network data collection
• Social Network Analysis methods for longitudinal data
• International networks
• Statistical methods for network data

We especially welcome papers that cross disciplines and methodologies.

Authors who wish to submit a contributed paper should send a tentative title, via our website by FEBRUARY 15, 2013 filling in the online form.
An abstract should be submitted by APRIL 15, 2013 following the online procedure.
Full details about the abstract submission process can be found on the workshop website.
Abstracts should be no longer than 1000 words.
Acceptance will be notified to the authors by APRIL 30, 2013.


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Key deadlines - www.ars13.unisa.it

• February 15, 2013: Tentative title

• April 15, 2013: Abstract submission

• April 30, 2013: Acceptance notification

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