IC2S2 2021 – 7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE
July 2021, ETH Zurich
Call for Posters: 31 May 2021
The International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) is the premier conference bringing together researchers from different disciplines interested in using computational and data-intensive methods to solve problems relevant to society. IC2S2 hosts academics and practitioners in computational science, complexity, network science, and social science, and provides a platform for new research in the field of computational social science.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, IC2S2 2021 will be organized as an online conference with social viewing and second screens. Research contributions are presented as video recordings or as posters (with live elements) during the conference.
The selection of oral presentations has concluded, however it I still possible to submit abstracts to be considered as posters at the conference.
We are excited to have enlisted the following distinguished speakers to present at IC2S2. Look forward to their introductions in the weeks leading up to the conference!
Yong-Yeol Ahn, Indiana University
Meeyoung Cha, KAIST
Brooke Foucault Welles, Northeastern University
David Garcia, Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Thomas Grund, University College Dublin
Margaret Hu, Penn State
Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland & LMU Munich
Sune Lehmann, Technical University of Denmark
Deborah Lupton, University of New South Wales
Christian Sandvig, University of Michigan
Frank Takes, Leiden University
Robert West, EPFL
CALL FOR POSTERS
IC2S2 solicits extended abstracts presenting research
in the social sciences with a clear component of computation, simulation, or data analysis. This includes for example sociology, psychology, communication science, anthropology, media studies, political science, public health, and economics.
in computer science, data science, and computational science with clear applications in the social sciences or related fields.
We emphatically welcome abstracts that attempt to integrate both aspects. This is not limited to empirical studies; more general theoretical contributions are also welcome.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Network analysis of social systems
Large-scale social experiments
Agent-based or other simulations of social phenomena
Text analysis and natural language processing (NLP) of social phenomena
Cultural patterns and dynamics
Computational science studies (sociology of science)
Social news curation and collaborative filtering
Social media studies
Theoretical discussions in computational social science
Causal inference and computational methods for social science
Ethics in computational social sciences
Reproducibility in computational social science
Large scale infrastructure in computational social science
Novel digital data sources
Computational analyses for addressing societal challenges
Methods and analyses of observational social data
Computational social science research in industry
Posters can also describe new software tools or data sets that are relevant to the IC2S2 community.
Please follow the extended abstract template guidelines for Word (IC2S2-word-template.docx) and LaTeX (IC2S2-latex-template.zip) for formatting instructions. Note that abstracts should be submitted as a PDF file no larger than 20MB. Submissions that exceed the 2-page limit (including figures and references) will be automatically rejected.
extended abstract should include a title and a list of 5
but no authors’ names or affiliations. The abstract should
the main contribution, data and methods used, results, and
of the work. Authors are encouraged to include one figure in
submission (the figure counts towards the page limit).
Please do not include authors’ names and affiliations in the submitted document, as peer review will be double blind. Each extended abstract will be reviewed by multiple members of the program committee, composed of experts in computational social science.
Submissions are handled on EasyChair, where you will be asked to provide information about the authors and their affiliations, topics that relate to the presented work, and to include a one-sentence abstract (20-50 words) of the content. Topics and the summary will be used for reviewer assignment and in the program announcement.
Submissions will be non-archival, and the presented work can be already published, in preparation for publication elsewhere, or ongoing research. Submission implies willingness to present the work in a poster format at the conference.
The deadline for abstract submission is May 31, 2021.
May 31, 2021 – Abstract submission deadline
June 14, 2021 - Acceptance notification
27-31 July 2021 - Conference
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Termeh Shafie & Christoph Stadtfeld
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