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Dear colleagues,
The deadline for the Computational Social Science satellite workshop,
co-located with the Conference in Complex Systems, has been *extended until
July 5th*.

What: Computational Social Science — CCS’19 Satellite Workshop
Where: Singapore
When: October 2-3, 2019
More info: 
Submission deadline: July 5 2019
Notification: July 10 2019 (*still 20 days before Early Registration ends*)

Already at the 7th edition of this satellite, which started in Barcelona
(ECCS'13), CSS@CCS'19 will be held as a 1.5-days event. On October 2,
CSS@CCS'19 will address broad topics in Computational Social Sciences, i.e.
the question of ICT-mediated social phenomena unfolding over multiple
scales, ranging from the interactions of individuals to the emergence of
self-organized global movements. On the other hand, the morning session of
October 3 will be devoted to highlight the contribution of an ecological
approach to computational social science.

Broad topics in Computational Social Science (day 1 - October 2nd):

    Dynamics of social contagion.
    Online communication and (mis)information diffusion.
    Interdependent social contagion processes.
    Peer production and mass collaboration.
    Viral propagation in online social networks.
    Crowd-sourcing; herding behaviour vs. wisdom of crowds.
    Online socio-political mobilizations.
    Temporal and geographical patterns of information diffusion.
    E-democracy and online government-citizen interaction.
    Group formation, evolution and group behaviour analysis.
    Modelling, tracking and forecasting dynamic groups in social media.
    Community detection and dynamic community structure analysis.
    Social simulation, and cultural, opinion, and normative dynamics.
    Empirical calibration and validation of agent-based social models.
    Online and lab experiments.
    Hierarchical structure and ranking dynamics in society.

The ecological special focus includes the following questions (day 2 -
October 3rd):

    Nestedness and in-block nestedness in social and economic systems.
    Bipartite and d-partite social systems.
    Information ecosystems.
    Producer-consumer interactions.
    Ecological modelling of Information Systems.
    Ecological interactions in cooperative platforms and the online labour
    Emergent patterns in social-ecological systems.

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Thank you.

JB-H on behalf of the CSS Workshop Organizing Committee
Taha Yasseri (OII), Samir Suweis (Università di Padova), Albert
Solé-Ribalta (IN3-UOC), Sandro Meloni, Márton Karsai (ENS de Lyon), Gerardo
Íñiguez (Central European University), Javier Borge-Holthoefer (IN3-UOC)
Javier Borge-Holthoefer
CoSIN3 - Complex Systems @ IN3
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