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Call for Workshops and Organized Sessions for Sunbelt XXII
13-17 February 2002
Le Meridien, New Orleans, LA USA

http://www.sunbelt.uiuc.edu/

It is time to consider sessions for the next Sunbelt conference. At this
time we would like to receive submissions for Workshops, and for
Organized Sessions. An Organized Session is one you put together and you
tell us who will be presenting.

A call for Contributed Papers and further information on the conference
will go out in September. Please do not send contributed papers at this
time.


TO SUBMIT A WORKSHOP

Send EMAIL to : [log in to unmask]  (please do NOT "reply" to this
message)

Include

* full name and contact information for workshop organizers

* the title of your workshop

* a one paragraph description of the workshop

* the length of the workshop (full day, half day, 2 hours)

* maximum number of participants

* anticipated cost for participants

For full consideration, please send your submissions by September 15.


TO SUBMIT AN ORGANIZED SESSION:

Send EMAIL to : [log in to unmask]  (please do NOT "reply" to this
message)

Include

** full name and contact information for the organizer of the session
(and the chair if different)

** the title of your session

** paper titles and names of presenters of 3 papers for the session

** the name of a discussant for the session

For full consideration, please send your submissions by September 15.


Session topics in the past two Sunbelt conferences have included

Biological Networks
Clustering Network Data
Cognitive Networks
Communication Networks
Computer Networks as Social Networks
Corporate and Inter-organizational Networks
Data Mining
Developments in Network Methods in the 1990's
Diffusion of Innovations
Evolution of Social networks
Infectious Diseases and Social Networks
International Networks
Intra-organizational Networks
Methods and Statistics for Network Analysis
Network Exchange
Network Sampling Issues
Network Visualization
Networks and Game Theory
Networks and Health
Networks and Needles
Networks in East Asia
Networks in Politics and Public Policy
Networks on the Web
Networks Through Time
Personal Community Networks
Scholarly Networks
Social Capital
Social Support
Statistical Methods for Social Networks


Further announcements about the conference will be made to the SOCNET
list in the near future. Also check the website for updates regarding
the SUNBELT XXII conference (http://www.sunbelt.uiuc.edu/).


/Caroline Haythornthwaite and the UIUC Organizing Committee