GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences: Go to homepage

Computational Social Science Winter Symposium

Pecha Kucha Sessions

Each accepted poster will be presented very briefly in highlighting talks during Pecha Kucha sessions, so that the audience can get an overview of the topics before the start of the actual poster session.

For the Pecha Kucha session, every presenter gets 2 minutes to introduce his/her poster. You may use up to three slides in total, and we recommend using as little text as possible.

Please send us your Pecha Kucha slides as a PDF-file until November 23rd to css.wintersymposium(at)gesis(dot)org. We would also like to publish your presentation slides on our website, if you prefer your slides not being published, please let us know.

Please see below the list of accepted posters to identify whether you are in the first or second Pecha Kucha session.

Poster Exhibition 

Please bring the printed poster to the event. You may start installing it as soon as registration opens on the first day of the symposium. The official poster session will be in the afternoon, but it might be possible that participants can already take a look at the posters during the lunch break.

The poster board measures 120x150cm (portrait orientation), so we recommend a poster in size A0 (84,1 x 118,9 cm, portrait).If you want to print it locally, you may go to: WB Druck + Kopie GmbH, Christophstraße 52.

We would also like to ask you to send your poster as PDF or PPT-file to css.wintersymposium(at)gesis(dot)org, since we would like to publish it on our conference website after the event.

Accepted Posters - Pecha Kucha session 1, Nov 30 11:25-12:30 [click title to download Pecha Kucha slides]

01Tom Hanika and Daniel BorchmannSocial networks and their base of implications (5.80 MB)
02Julia Eberlen, Olivier Klein and Matteo GaglioloStructured Impact - the Role of Social Network Structure in Individual Stereotype Endorsement (571 kB)
03Anna-Lena Hönig and Julia SemmelbeckThe Cooperation Effect: Explaining the intensity of terror attacks by networked interaction (235 kB)
04Zinayida PetrushynaPredicting user movements between online forum communities (93 kB)
05Mohsen Shahriari, Sabrina Häfele and Ralf KlammaAnalysis of Content-Aware Overlapping Communities in a Learning Forum (445 kB)
06Eric Bettinger, Jing Liu and Susanna LoebConnections Matter: How Interactive Peers Affect Students in Online College Courses (479 kB)
07Sofia Dokuka and Maria YudkevichHow trust enables social cohesion? The evidence from student friendship network dynamics (323 kB)
09Sonja Utz and Jaroslaw JankowskiFriendship formation in virtual worlds: the role of homophily, status, and preferential attachment (167 kB)
10Philipp Singer, Claudia Wagner, Fariba Karimi, Jürgen Pfeffer and Markus StrohmaierEvidence of sampling bias in homophilic and heterophilic networks (2.29 MB)
11Telmo Menezes and Camille RothSocio-Semantic Knowledge Hypergraphs (346 kB) [download poster] (1.66 MB)
12Io Taxidou and Peter M. FischerUser roles in information cascades (3.81 MB)
13Damian TrillingConceptualizing and measuring news exposure as network of users and news items (1.36 MB)
14Anat Ben-David and Oren SofferUser Comments across Platforms and Journalistic Genres: A Computational Analysis (406 kB) [download poster] (1.93 MB)
15Merja MahrtFragmentation of online audiences—What the analysis of large-scale usage data can bring to the table (336 kB) [download poster] (419 kB)
16Jelle W Boumans, Damian Trilling, Rens Vliegenthart and Hajo G. BoomgaardenThe Agency Makes the (Online) News World Go Round: The Impact of News Agency Content on Print and Online News (594 kB)
17Przemyslaw Grabowicz, Mahmoudreza Babaei, Juhi Kulshrestha and Ingmar WeberThe Road to Popularity: the Dilution of Growing Audience on Twitter (457 kB)
18Bence Sagvari and Julia KoltaiLife cycle of an online social network (546 kB)
19Antoine MazièresGeographical projection of Google's suggestions diversity (2.65 MB) [download poster] (698 kB)
20Martin Körner, Tatiana Sennikova and Florian WindhäuserWikiwhere: An Interactive Tool for Studying the Geographical Provenance of Wikipedia References (310 kB) [download poster] (1.01 MB)
21Anna Samoilenko, Florian Lemmerich, Fariba Karimi, Mathieu Genois, Katrin Weller and Markus StrohmaierEuropean languages perspective on the world history through the lens of Wikipedia (2.83 MB)
22Daria KharkinaCross-platform Comparison of Music Preferences and Behaviour (174 kB)
24Ilya Musabirov, Denis Bulygin and Paul OkopnyVirtual Autographs and eSports brands. The Case of Dota 2 (365 kB)
26Ladislav Kristoufek, Helen Susannah Moat and Tobias PreisEstimating current suicide rates using Google Trends (1.30 MB)
27Kanchan Mopari, Alessio Cardillo, Paolo De Los Rios, Alex Arenas and Jesus Gomez-GardenesTo vaccinate or not to vaccinante? A coevolutionary dilemma (894 kB)
28Milena Tsvetkova, Ruth Garcia Gavilanes, Luciano Floridi and Taha YasseriEven Good Bots Fight (2.54 MB)
29Anne Suphan and Christopher ZirnigCSS: A Literature Review (440 kB) [download poster] (3.10 MB)

Accepted Posters - Pecha Kucha session 2, Nov 30 14:00-15:00 [click title to download Pecha Kucha slides]

3OMichael Bossetta and Anamaria DutceacThe ‘Rise of the Eurosceptics’ in 2014: A Europeanized Media Discourse about Euroscepticism (353 kB) [download poster] (0.93 MB)
31Carsten SchwemmerWe are the people - Dynamics of the right-wing movement PEGIDA (183 kB)
32Ioannis Galariotis, Vasiliki Georgiadou, Tzeni Lialiouti, Anastasia Kafe, Haris Papageogiou, Konstantina Papanikolaou and Maria PontikiExamining the phenomenon of xenophobia in Greece: A computational social science approach (535 kB)
33Beatriz Franco, Tayrine Dias, Ariadne Santiago and Luiz VilaçaWho is behind the Anti-Rape Hashtags? A case of political activism on Twitter (554 kB)
35Lutz Maicher, Hendrik Lehmann, Michael Prilop, Kazimir Menzel and Max KießlingCYGAR – Towards an open platform for investigating political decision making processes (618 kB)
41Raoul Könsgen and Mario SchaarschmidtEmpirical insights into online company valuation platforms (203 kB)
42Sebastian G.M. Händschke, Sven Büchel, Jan Goldenstein, Philipp Poschmann, Peter Walgenbach and Udo HahnOrganizations’ emotions and affective language: a joint analysis of corporations by organization and computer science (1.12 MB)
43Orsolya VásárhelyiThe Effect of Team Gender Homophily on Female Developers' Career (1.04 MB)
44Daniel Alexandrov, Ilya Musabirov, Viktor Karepin and Daria ChuprinaEducational Migration from Russia to China  Choosing the Destination (427 kB)
45Ilya Musabirov, Stanislav Pozdniakov, Viktor Karepin and Anastasiya KuznetsovaAnalyzing Web Presence of Russian Universities in Scientometrics Context (1.18 MB)
46Giangiacomo Bravo, Flaminio Squazzoni and Francisco GrimaldoA large-scale dataset on peer review in scientific journals (1.03 MB)
47Andrea Martini, Alessio Cardillo,  Paolo De Los RiosUnveiling the organization of scientific publications using entropy (1.55 MB)
48Marcela Canavarro, Arian Pasquali and Alípio JorgeA Methodology Proposal to explore Facebook’s pages content using text mining (2.15 MB)
49Astrid van Aggelen, Laura Hollink and Jacco van OssenbruggenStudying changes in word meaning by integrating statistical NLP outcomes with Wordnet (370 kB)
50Cäcilia Zirn, Eike Mark Rinke, Charlotte Löb and Hartmut WesslerBig Data Research as Interaction between Topic Models and Expert Data: A New Approach to Capturing National Online Debates (660 kB) [download poster] (1.76 MB)
51Przemyslaw Grabowicz, Niloy Ganguly and Krishna GummadiDistinguishing between Topical and Non-topical Information Diffusion Mechanisms in Social Media (1.09 MB)
52Marko TesicModeling Opinion Dynamics: Homophily, Heterophily, and Exophily (161 kB)
53Eun Lee and Petter HolmeThe effects of correlation between influential level and threshold in opinion dynamics (1.43 MB)
55Leonel Aguilar and Stefano BennatiOn the Interaction between Learning and Evolution in Frequency-Dependent Foraging (3.33 MB)
56Roberto UlloaCulSim: Emergence and Resilience of Cultural Diversity in a Computer Simulator (622 kB) [download poster] (1.86 MB)
57Eli Nomes, André Grow and Jan Van BavelThe Mid-Twentieth Century Baby Boom and the Role of Social Interaction.  An Agent-Based Modelling Approach (407 kB) [download poster] (0.97 MB)
58Stefano Duca, Dirk Helbing and Heinrich H. NaxAssortative matching with inequality in voluntary contribution games (1.79 MB)
59Ujwal Gadiraju, Besnik Fetahu, Ricardo Kawase, Patrick Siehndel and Stefan DietzeIs the Crowd Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Using Worker Self-Assessments for Competence-based Pre-Selection (569 kB)
60Mark Kibanov, Martin Atzmueller, Simone Rödder and Gerd Stumme (invited poster)Detecting Face-to-Face Networks for Sociological Experiments with Active RFID (569 kB)
61Mathieu Génois (invited poster)The GESIS CSS Winter Symposium study (1.32 MB)