The HEROIC team won the Best Social Science Student Paper Award at the Web Science 2012 conference held June 22-24th. Sponsored by Microsoft Research, the award recognized the best student led paper from the social sciences at the conference. The … Continue reading →
NCASD lab member Sean Fitzhugh presented “The Enumeration Problem: An Illustration with Political Activist Networks,” a portion of his ongoing work with NCASD PI Carter Butts as well as Minas Gjoka, Maciej Kurant, and Athina Markopoulou. Using simple modifications of traditional link-trace methods, Fitzhugh and coauthors demonstrated an efficient method for locating members interested in
Almquist and Butt’s article “Point process models for household
distributions within small areal units” is currently available online
Lab PI Butts will present a full-day workshop on “Exponential Random Graph Models for Social Networks” at the 5th Annual Political Networks Conference and Workshops at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The conference brings together those who study political networks from across a variety of disciplines. The workshop will take place on June 13, 202.
HEROIC project members Spiro, Johnson, and Fitzhugh will attend the 5th Annual Political Networks Conference & Workshops to be held in Boulder, CO, June 13-16, 2012. Both Spiro and Johnson will present recent research from the HEROIC team. Spiro will present “Shifting … Continue reading →