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FYI, this workshop would be of interest to social network researchers
working with ERGMs. There are a limited number of fellowships available,
from applied researchers. You can apply at:
Deadline is 4/12/2013, and decisions will be made by 4/15/2013.
* From the official workshop solicitation:
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will bring practicing
social scientists and statisticians who study exponential random graph
models and use these models into contact with an emerging group of
mathematicians who use a variety of new tools, including graph limit
theory and tools from statistical mechanics such as spin glasses.
For more details please see the workshop announcement page:
The event will take place June 17 to June 21, 2013, at the American
Institute of Mathematics (AIM) in Palo Alto, California. The workshop is
being run through the AIM Research Conference Center (AARC). Please
contact Quanie Mitchell ([log in to unmask]) for details.
Note that there are workshop activities every afternoon, including
Friday afternoon. If you wish to do tourist activities, we can
arrange for you to get the conference rate at the hotel if you
want to arrive early or stay late.
The workshop organizers have specific goals for this workshop,
which are described on the announcement page (see link above).
Workshop activities will be designed to help the group meet
these goals. Typically this means there will be few lectures,
and frequently the participants will be working in small groups
on different aspects of the workshop focus.
Please contact us at AIM if you have any logistical or
organizational questions. Otherwise, you may contact the
Sourav Chatterjee ([log in to unmask]),
Persi Diaconis ([log in to unmask]),
Susan Holmes ([log in to unmask]), and
Martina Morris ([log in to unmask]).
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