IC2S2 2019 : 5th International Conference on Computational Social Science
Call For Papers
We welcome submissions on any topic in the field of computational social science, including (a) work that advances methods and approaches in computational social science, (b) data-driven work that describes or explains social phenomena, and (c) theoretical work that generates new insights into computational social science research.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Network analysis of social systems
Large-scale social experiments
Agent-based or other simulations of social phenomena
Text analysis and natural language processing (NLP) of social phenomena
Cultural patterns and dynamics
Computational science studies (sociology of science)
Social news curation and collaborative filtering
Social media studies
Theoretical discussions in computational social science
Causal inference and computational methods for social science
Ethics in computational social sciences
Reproducibility in computational social science
Large scale infrastructure in computational social science
Novel digital data sources
Computational analyses for addressing societal challenges
Methods and analyses of observational social data
Computational social science research in industry
The submission should include a title, a list of 5 keywords, and an extended abstract (= main text of the submission) with at least one figure, formatted as a PDF file. Please give a sufficiently detailed description of your work and your methods so we can adequately assess its relevance.
Each extended abstract will be reviewed by a Program Committee composed of experts in computational social science. Contributions to the conference should be submitted via EasyChair at the conference website https://2019.ic2s2.org/call-for-papers/
We will do our best to have mostly oral presentations of the selected contributions, both plenary and in parallel sessions. However, since we cannot estimate the number of submissions we may accept some abstracts for a poster session. For additional information, see the conference website which also includes the Extended Abstract Template (.docx and LaTeX available).
The deadline for abstract submission is February 5, 2019.