We hope you'll join us for the Advanced Networks PDW: Cutting-Edge Social Network Theoretical Work and ERGM Workshop on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 12:30PM - 4:30PM at Sheraton Boston Hotel, Independence West.
This is program submission 11993, session 414. There is NO COST to attend the PDW and pre-registration is not required, but it is preferred. Light refreshments will be provided by the LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis at the University of Kentucky. This PDW is sponsored by the OB Division, in collaboration with the OMT, STR, and CM Divisions.
Social networks is a field of study that focuses on relations among a set of actors. Network researchers have developed a set of distinctive theoretical perspectives and methodological techniques for collecting data, statistical analysis, and visual representation. This PDW's goals are to:
We'll begin with presentations in a plenary format by senior researchers illustrating the new directions in which SNA is moving. We then break out the workshop into two groups, based on interest: 1) the introductory methods workshop on the use of ERGM, SAOM, and REM models by Eric Quintane; or, 2) small group research discussion roundtables with prominent SNA scholars.
If you're interested in attending the Advanced Networks PDW, please take a few (1-3) minutes to fill out this brief survey by clicking the link below:
In the survey, you'll let us know whether you intend to attend either the Methods Session or the Round Table Discussion Session. Those interested in being matched with prominent SNA scholars will be able to select which social network scholar they prefer to be matched with. Below are descriptions of the sessions:
If you have any questions about the Advanced Networks PDW, please contact Seong Won Yang, Univ. of Kentucky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Organizers: Joe Labianca, Courtney Hart, Seong Won Yang, Jyoti P. Gupta, Jason Ross (U. of Kentucky), and Eric Quintane (Los Andes University)
Connect to the Division