Host: Center for German and European Studies (St. Petersburg State University – Bielefeld University)
Working language: English
The primary goal of the NetGloW conference series is to bring together networks researchers from around the globe. It seeks to unite the efforts of various scientific disciplines in response to the key challenges faced by network studies today, and to exchange local
research results – thus allowing an analysis of global processes. It is also crucial for us to support the orientation of junior researchers in the complex landscape of network science, and to encourage applications of network analysis by practitioners.
The idea of the 2014 event is to discuss the key current issues and problems of linking theoretical and methodological developments in network analysis.
· Jana Diesner, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
· Loet Leydesdorff, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
· Tom Valente, University of Southern California, USA
· Dimitris Christopoulos, MODUL University Vienna, Austria
· Mario Diani, University of Trento, Italy
· Peter Groenewegen, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
· Wouter de Nooy, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
· Johanne Saint-Charles, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada
· Marc Smith, Connected Action Consulting Group, USA
· Words and Networks
· Networks in Science, Technology, and Innovation
· Network Perspectives on Knowledge, Communication and Culture
· Social Movements and Collective Action as Network Phenomena
· Network Analysis of Political and Policy-Making Domains
· Big Network Data
Workshops: ConText, Pajek, Node XL, UCINet, RSiena, PNet.
Seminar Network analysis: How can it be used by globally operating practitioners?
Free accommodation will be provided to MA and PhD students who submitted the best abstracts.
Fee: Participation in the conference is free of charge.
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