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September 23, 2007

DIMACS Workshop on Computational Methods for Dynamic Interaction Networks

For the first part of this week I'm at Rutgers University giving a talk on analyzing dynamic social network data (really, dynamic proximity data from which you can infer network data) at a DIMACS workshop run in part by Tanya Berger-Wolf (now at UIC; I first met her when she was a post-doc at UNM). Some of the presentations overlap with those I saw at another DIMACS workshop back in January at GA Tech, but I hope the emphasis in this event will be more on dynamic (i.e., temporally varying) networks, and some of the interesting questions you can answer computationally with that kind of data.

Then, I'll be spending the rest of the week in New York City thinking about science with Chris and Jake at Columbia.

posted September 23, 2007 09:24 PM in Conferences and Workshops | permalink