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Computational Social Science Winter Symposium

Wednesday, December 2: Poster presentations

01Haiko Lietz

Social Networks, Meaning, and Culture

02Johannes Wachs and Mihaly FazekasDo Networks See Corruption Risk?
03Oul Han, Suin Kim and Camille RothWho are Birds of the Same Feather? Epistemic Communities in the EU Twittersphere
04Io Taxidou and Peter M. FischerIdentifying and Correlating Patterns and User Roles in Information Diffusion
05Mahmoudreza Babaei, Przemyslaw Grabowicz, Isabel Valera, Krishna P. Gummadi and Manuel Gomez RodriguezOn the Efficiency of the Information Networks in Social Media
06Denzil Correa, Mainack Mondal and Krishna P. GummadiEffect of Anonymity on User Behavior in Social Media
07Simon SchellerRationally Stubborn: A Simple Agent-based Model for the Emergence of Inequality
08Stefano Bennati, Leonard Wossnig, Johannes Thiele and Dirk HelbingThe role of information in group
09Claudia Müller-Birn & Janette Lehmann

Describing community dynamics by transitions between participation patterns in a structured data community project

10Dominik Kowald, Paul Seitlinger, Tobias Ley and Elisabeth LexModeling Activation Processes in Human Memory to Improve Tag Recommendations
11Ségolène Charaudeau and Camille RothDetecting Temporally Stable Content-Sharing Communities
12Telmo Menezes and Camille RothImplicit Interregional and Temporal Borders from Photo Sharing Data
13Marcella Tambuscio, Gianluca Tursi, Mirko Lai and Giancarlo RuffoUnderstanding the attraction dynamics of geolocated hashtags
14Rijurekha Sen, Daniele Quercia and Krishna GummadiSnapCity: Measuring Accessibility in Cities Worldwide
15Ujwal Gadiraju, Stefan Dietze and Ernesto Diaz-AvilesRanking Buildings and Mining the Web for Popular Architectural Patterns
16Aline Morais and Nazareno AndradeThe Diversity of Users on Geo-Social Networks
17Stefan Schweers, Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda and Stefan MülleThe analysis potential of georeferenced survey data: Combining the ALLBUS survey with environ-mental noise measurements and census data
18Emilio Sulis, Mirko Lai, Giancarlo Ruffo, Rocco Corriero and Mario MirabelliSocial Sensing and Official Statistics: Signals from Phone Calls and Social Media
19Annerose Nisser and Nils B. WeidmannA Field Experiment Using Mobile Advertising in Bosnia
20Raphael H. Heiberger and Jan RieblingThe German Transportation System - Using trains, airports and the Autobahn as network data
21Yon Soo ParkHarnessing Behavioral Spillover in Organizational Networks
22Jon Mackay and James WilsonThe Impact of the Silicon Valley Wage Cartel on Management Job Transitions
23Lester Lasrado and Ravi VatrapuTowards a computational social science fuzzy set-theoretic approach to assess an organisations’ digital maturity
24Oul Han and Jinyeong BakStudying Political Contention using Text as Data



Vytautas Mickevičius, Tomas Krilavičius and Vaidas MorkevičiusWebsite for Quantitative Analysis of Voting in Lithuanian Parliament
26Manuel Mittler, Christoph Kling, Jérôme Kunegis and Markus StrohmaierPolarisation in Voting Platforms: A Case Study of LiquidFeedback in the German Pirate Party
27Daria Kharkina, Valerii Nechai and Ilya MusabirovPolitical Polarization: Case of Russian Social Media
28Annerose Nisser and Nils WeidmannEthnic Salience in a Post-Conflict Blogosphere
29Ruth McAlisterTrafficking and Technology: Facilitation, Investigation and Prevention
30Mark Kibanov, Imaduddin Amin and Jong Gun LeeSupporting Peat Fire Management using Social Media
31Felix Schmitt, Heinz Kredel and Tobias KienzleHigh Performance Computing for Social Science in Baden-Württemberg
32Alexander Hinneburg and Christian OberländerVisual interactive Exploration of Online Discourses with TopicExplorer
33Ingo Wolf, Flavio Gortana, Ivo Herrmann, Paul Thiele, Frank Heidmann and Tobias SchröderDrag and Drop Cognition: Graphical User Interface for Cognitive-affective Models in Multi-agent Systems
34Andreas Niekler and Gregor Wiedemann(Semi)-automatic content analysis for the identification of neo-liberal justifications in large newspaper corpora
35Damian Trilling and Jeroen G .F. JonkmanPacking and Unpacking the Bag of Words: Introducing a Toolkit for Inductive Automated Frame Analysis
36Andreas BlätteDialogue and interaction with large-scale textual data. Analysing parliamentary speeches using the polmineR package
37Jacco van Ossenbruggen and Laura HollinkThe nature of digitally-produced data: towards a social-scientific tool criticism
38Jérôme Kunegis, Markus Strohmaier and Steffen StaabSocial Network Observatory
39Sara Day ThomsonPreserving Social Media: a Technology Watch report
40Ruth Garcia Gavilanes, Milena Tsvetkova and Taha YasseriQuantifying Collective Memory through Online Data
41Daniel Alexandrov, Viktor Karepin and Ilya MusabirovEducational Migration Patterns in Russia: Social Network Data Approach
42Joana Gonçalves-Sá, Pedro Leal Varela, Ian B. Wood, Johan Bollen and Luis M. RochaHuman Sexual Cycles Are Driven By Culture And Collective Moods
43Olesya Volchenko and Violetta KorsunovaSocial Values and Film Industry: the Internet Movie Database Analysis
44Paul Okopny, Denis Bulygin, Ilya Musabirov and Grigorii LysovExploring Social Adaptation in Online Games
45John Ternovski and Taha YasseriSocial Influence in Music Listenership: A Natural Experiment on 1.3 Million Users
46Fabian FlöckData services and visual analytics for researching word provenance, content disputes and longitudinal editor interaction networks in Wikipedia
47Anna Samoilenko, Fariba Karimi, Daniel Edler, Jérôme Kunegis and Markus StrohmaierQuantifying cultural similarity through language co-occurrences in Wikipedia editing activity
48Michael Ruster, René Pickhardt and Steffen StaabWill I be Blocked? A Word-Level Analysis of Wikipedia Articles Deletion Discussions
49Ujwal Gadiraju, Ricardo Kawase, Stefan Dietze and Gianluca DemartiniUnderstanding Malicious Behavior in Crowdsourcing Platforms: The Case of Online Surveys
50Ramine Tinati, Markus Luczak-Roesch, Elena Simperl and Wendy HallExploring the Global Adoption of Citizen Science
51Neal Reeves, Max Van Kleek and Elena SimperlFrom crowd to community: Support for Community Features in Online Citizen Science Projects
52Zinayida Petrushyna, Mohsen Shahriari and Ralf KlammaAsking an Expert or a Friend? Simulating Forum Communities of Learners Using Reciprocity and Preferential Attachment
53Daniel Davis, Claudia Hauff and Geert-Jan HoubenIdentifying Trigger Events in MOOCs
54Guanliang Chen, Claudia Hauff and Geert-Jan HoubenBeyond the MOOC Environment: Enriching Learner Models through Social Web Mining
55Martin Rehm, Allison Littlejohn and Bart RientiesWhat are the Driving Forces behind Informal Learning in Social Media?
56André Grow and Jan Van BavelToo Few Alternatives? The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education and its Consequences for Union Stability
57Fariba Karimi, Mohsen Jadidi and Claudia WagnerGender representation in co-authorship network
58Athanasios Mazarakis and Isabella PetersDigging Conference Tweets and Finding Conference Related Tweeting Behavior and Gender Disparities
59Aline Morais and Robert JäschkeThe Diversity of Computer Scientists on Twitter
60Mark Kibanov, Martin Atzmueller, Jens Illig, Christoph Scholz, Alain Barrat, Ciro Cattuto and Gerd StummeIs Web Content a Good Proxy for Real-Life Interaction? A Case Study Considering Online and Offline Interactions of Computer Scientists
61Timothy Bowman and Fereshteh DidegahTerms and sentiments may apply: Examining sentiments in tweets and epistemic terms in scientific abstracts
  • Each poster will have exactly 2 min to be presented during one of the two Pecha Kucha sessions and may use up to 4 slides.
  • Presentation slides should be submitted in PDF (horizontally / landscape) prior to the symposium. Please submit your slides by November 25th to this email address: css.wintersymposium(at)gesis(dot)org
  • We would like to publish your presentation slides on our conference website after the event – if you prefer your slides not being published, please let us know. 

Poster exhibition: 14:45 – 16:15

  • Posters may be up to DINA0 in size and will be hung vertically / portrait
  • Please hand over your posters at the registration desk
    • on December 1: all day at GESIS Cologne
    • on December 2: from 08:15-09:00 at the main symposium venue (Maternushaus)