Copenhagen Seminar on Computational Social Science (CS-CSS), 2014
Time & Place
09:00-15:30 on Thursday, 04 December 2014
Department of IT Management
Copenhagen Business School
Howitzvej 60, 5.floor
Frederiksberg, 2000, Denmark
Contact: Ravi Vatrapu (email@example.com)
Computational social science is an emerging research field that investigates foundational issues in social science using computational techniques, methods and tools with a broad range of applications ranging from systems development, translation, management and epidemiology.
The seminar features a gathering of researchers from 3 Danish and 2 US universities who will present and discuss philosophical, theoretical, methodological, analytical and instrumental issues in and aspects of computational social science.
Participation in the seminar is by invitation only given the seminar format and space constraints. We do have a few places available. If you are interested in participating, please contact the seminar convenor, Prof. Ravi Vatrapu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|09:10-10:00||Keynote: Scott Robertson, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
The Core of Data Science Is Human Science
|10:00-10:30||Network Science #1: Sune Lehman, Danish Technical University, Denmark
Measuring Complex Networks
|10:30-11:00||Network Science #2: Luca Rossi, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Exploring the Multiplex Nature of Online Social Networks
|11:30-12:00||Computational Linguistics #1: Michael Carl, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Ten years of Translation Process Research at CRITT
|12:00-12:30||Computational Linguistics #2: Daniel Hardt, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Text Analysis and Social Media
|12:30-13:00||Group Informatics: Sean Goggins, University of Missouri, USA
CSS for Open Online Communities: Toward an Open Collaboration Data Factory
|14:00-14:30||Organizations #1: Nicolai Pogrebnyakov, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Developing a typology of Twitter messages of emergency response organizations
|14:30-15:00||Organizations #2: Ravi Vatrapu, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Set Theoretical Approach to Big Social Data Analytics
Next Steps: CS-CSS 2015? Grant Proposal?