ASNA 2013 : Applications of Social Network Analysis
Call For Papers
ASNA 2013 – August 27 - 30, University of Zurich
Call for Papers
10 Years of ASNA - We originally aimed at bringing together Social Network
Analysis researchers working in the Zurich area and now find ourselves
organizing the tenth ASNA conference in a row. Time flies ... ASNA became an
internationally recognized and attended conference and besides the by now
common conference elements - the methods workshops, the panels, the
keynotes - this year, we would also like to take stock of what has happened in
the world of SNA applications, discuss current and future trends, and last but
not least celebrate. We accept submissions from all disciplines with a focus on
applications of Social Network Analysis, but submissions on theoretical and
methodological issues are also welcome.
We thus look forward to meeting you in Zurich, Switzerland, 27-30 August 2013.
Keynote by James Fowler, University of California San Diego, USA
Introduction to SNA, Advanced Applications of SNA, SIENA, ERGM, visone, DNA.
Manuel Fischer, EAWAG and University of Bern, IPW
Karin Ingold, U of Bern, Institute of Political Science, and EAWAG
Sabrina Ruggieri, U of Bern, Department of Psychology
Uwe Serdült, Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA) at UZH
Fabio Sticca, U of Konstanz and Pädagogische Hochschule Thurgau
Submission and Presentation
ASNA 2013 accepts three different types of submissions. Besides offering
two types of paper presentations, we now also organize a poster session.
The paper formats differ with respect to submission criteria, presentation and
discussion time, and consideration for publication. Only full papers presented at
the conference will be considered for publication in the reviewed conference
proceedings (Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, by Elsevier). Posters
will be exhibited in the main entrance hall during the conference and presented
during a specific poster session.
All types require the submission of an extended abstract (700-1’000 words) by
May 15, and receive notice of acceptance by June 15, 2013. Abstracts have to
be submitted via Conftool.