Registration is now open for SBP14, the 2014 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction.
SBP14 will be held at the UCDC Center, downtown Washington DC, USA April 1 – 4, 2014.
Link to the main conference pages, http://sbp-conference.org/
*** Please note that early registration deadline is March 8, 2014. ***
Link directly to registration page, http://sbp-conference.org/registration/
SOME EXCITING ITEMS ON THE PROGRAM!
SBP 2014 CHALLENGE – see: http://sbp-conference.org/challenge/
The SBP Challenge aims to demonstrate the real-world and interdisciplinary impact of social computing. The challenge will engage the social computing research community in solving a relevant, interesting, and challenging research problem that will advance the theory, methodology, and/or application of social computing.
TUTORIALS – see: http://sbp-conference.org/tutorial/
Morning and afternoon tutorials are offered on Tuesday, April 1 (included with registration fee):
(1) Modeling a Mobile World
Wendy J. Nilsen, PhD, Health Scientist Administrator, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research/NIH
Stephen Intille, PhD, Associate Professor, College of Computer and Information Science & Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University
Donna Spruijt-Metz, MFA, Ph.D, Director, Mobile and Connected Health Program, Center for Economic and Social Research, Associate Professor, Departments of Preventive Medicine and Psychology, University of Southern California
Misha Pavel, PhD, College of Computer and Information Science, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University
(2) Introduction to social data analysis combining R and Python
Presenter: Dr. Jose Manuel MAGALLANES, Center for Social Complexity, George Mason University, and Departamento de Ciencias Sociales, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
(1) Multiscale Strategic Interaction with vmStrat Models
Presenter: Dr. David Sallach, Associate Director, Center for Complex Adaptive Agent Systems Simulation (CAS), Argonne National Laboratory; Senior Fellow, Computation Institute, The University of Chicago
(2) Charting Collections of Connections in Social Media: Creating Maps and Measures with NodeXL
Dr. Marc A. Smith, Chief Social Scientist, Connected Action Consulting Group
For a full description of tutorials, see: http://sbp-conference.org/tutorial/