Dear SOCNET list readers,
2020 is a special year for social network analysis: the 40th anniversary of the Sunbelt Conference. And on this occasion, the Sunbelt will come to Paris. Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in this memorable Sunbelt, and submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation!
All topics relevant to social network analysis are welcome, including theory, methods, and applications.
There are two Presentation Formats:
- 20-minute Oral Presentation: 20 minutes for an oral presentation, as part of a larger themed session
. There is an open session available for abstracts that do not fit well within any of the pre-organized sessions currently listed. For oral presentations, abstracts should be submitted, if possible, to a specific session. Please select the appropriate organized session name as you begin your online submission.
- Poster: You will stand next to your poster to share the important points of your paper, during the collective Poster Session held on Wednesday evening. Select Poster Session as you begin your on-line submission.
Please limit all abstracts to 500 words, not including the title (and please do not include references).
The Sunbelt 2020 Scientific Committee
will create additional sessions, if necessary, and allocate the presentations to them. Please note that we cannot guarantee that your presentation will be allocated to your preferred session.
Each participant can be a presenting author only once at the conference for either a paper or a poster. So you can be author on multiple papers, but you will not be accepted to present more than one.
Abstract submission dates
- Submission deadline: January 31, 2020 (23.59 hrs. CET time)
- Acceptance notification: February 28, 2020
Submit your proposal here
Thank you! Looking forward to seeing you in Paris in June!
Emmanuel Lazega and Paola Tubaro
Associate Research Professor
LRI - TAU
CNRS - INRIA - Université Paris Sud
Bâtiment 660 - Claude Shannon
91405 Orsay, FRANCE
P. Tubaro. Whose results are these anyway? Reciprocity and the ethics of “giving back” after social network research. Social Networks, online-first, doi: 10.1016/j.socnet.2019.10.003 (open access)
P. Tubaro, A. Casilli. Micro-work, artificial intelligence and the automotive industry. Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, 2019, 46(3):333-345.