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Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining ASONAM 2016
UC Davis, Davis, CA, USA, 18 - 21 August, 2016

MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRACK   FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
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Dear Colleagues,

We now invite submit abstracts/or papers for presentations and posters  
to the Multidisciplinary Track of Advances in Social Network Analysis  
and Mining Conference (ASONAM2016) UC Davis, Davis, CA, USA, 18 - 21  
August, 2016.

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The IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network  
Analysis and Mining (ASONAM) provides a premier interdisciplinary  
forum to bring together researchers and practitioners from different  
disciplines using social network analysis and mining. ASONAM hosts  
presentation of original research results, as well as exchange and  
dissemination of innovative, practical development experiences. ASONAM  
2016 is intended to address important aspects with a specific focus on  
the emerging trends and industry needs associated with social  
networking analysis and mining. The conference solicits experimental  
and theoretical works on social network analysis and mining along with  
their application to real life situations.

Within the general conference, the ASONAM 2016 multidisciplinary track  
will include the intersections of social network analysis and  
mathematics, communication, business management, statistics,  
scientometrics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, history,  
archeology, political sciences, applied linguistics, chemistry,  
neuroscience, biology, physics  and health.

Papers of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topics:
?	Methodological problems in large network studies
?	Statistical methods for the analysis of network data
?	Structural network properties
?	Community detection and structure in large networks
?	Network Visualization
?	Dynamics and evolution patterns of large and complex networks
?	Social and media analysis
?	Knowledge and innovation networks
?	Cultural networks
?	Adolescent and peer networks
?	Social movements and civic organization networks
?	Analysis of communication, collaboration, organizational, economic,  
trade, political, governance, or criminal networks
?	Network analysis in human and social sciences (e.g., anthropology,  
psychology, sociology, history, law, archeology, etc.)
?	Computational social science
?	Politics and networks
?	Complex systems, physics and networks




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Instructions for authors:
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Please submit an extended abstract not exceeding 4 pages or a full  
paper not exceeding 8 pages in IEEE/ACM format. Please send the PDF or  
Word file by e- mail to [log in to unmask] In few days you  
will receive a confirmation mail of the submission.

Abstracts and Full paper manuscripts must be in English (using the  
IEEE two-column template). Submissions should include the title,  
author(s), affiliation(s), e-mail address(es), tel/fax numbers,  
abstract, and postal address(es) on the first page.

All submitted extended abstracts and full papers are subject to review  
and acceptance by the MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRACK Program Committee.  
Accepted abstracts and papers will be presented at the conference  
either as full talks or posters. Full papers must report original and  
unpublished research results pertaining to the above topics are  
solicited. Full papers will be published in the proceedings of ASONAM  
2016. Extended abstracts could contain also preliminary research  
results, as well as already published works.


This is an initial template to get you started formatting your paper.  
The final submission will be done based on IEEE CPS requirements. More  
information will be provided. You will be asked to guarantee that your  
submission meets IEEE CPS standards and you will complete online  
copyright form by following the link to be provided.
Since IEEE CPS will publish the proceedings of ASONAM 2016, all the  
rules and regulations of IEEE CPS will be applied as explained in the  
following link: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/

Abstract and Full Paper submission implies that the intent is for one  
of the authors to present the paper if accepted and that at least one  
of the authors register for a full conference fee.


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IMPORTANT DATES
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Abstract or Full paper submission 	May 6, 2016 (Friday)
Notification of acceptance		June 17, 2016 (Friday)
Camera-ready papers due			July 8, 2016 (Friday)
Conference events			August 18-21, 2016
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRACK Chairs
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Renaud Lambiotte, University of Namur, Belgium
Pietro Panzarasa, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Giancarlo Ragozini, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
S. Felix Wu, University of California at Davis, USA




Contact information:
Website http://asonam.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/2016/index.php

for further information:
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or
Giancarlo RAGOZINI
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-- 
Prof. Giancarlo Ragozini
Department of Political Science
University of Naples Federico II
Via L. Rodiṇ 28 - 80138 Napoli
++39 081 2537460

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