Posts Tagged "Social Systems Informatics"



Post-Event report on 9/21/2018 Student Social Systems Flash Talks

On Friday, September 21st, the CCS Social Systems Informatics program hosted graduate students and postdocs from across the University for an afternoon of networking and flash presentations of their research, at an event titled "Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM". A program created in 2015, Social Systems Informatics is about modeling (big) behavioral data to understand human and non-human social...

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“Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM” 9/21

A Flash Talks and Networking Symposium Friday, September 21, 2018 | 4:00-6:00 PM Ungar Building, Room 230C-D | RSVP Now It is a pleasure to invite you to Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM, organized by the Center for Computational Science. Social informatics includes modeling big behavioral data to understand human and non-human social interaction. Students working in psychology, education, geography,...

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CCS Social Systems Informatics Members Flash Talks & Happy Hour 12/1/17

Join us for Flash Talks and Happy Hour! The second meeting of the CCS Social Systems Informatics Members will now take place (reschedule post-Hurricane-Irma from 9/8) on Friday, 12/1 in the Abess Center (Ungar Building 230C-D) from 3:00 to 5:30 PM. Please feel free to drop in during those hours.  Refreshments (beer, wine, hors d'oeuvre) will be served.  CCS SSI Members will give flash talks (approx. 5 minutes each) on what they are...

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CANCELLED:  CCS Social Systems Informatics Flash Talks Friday 9/8/17

We regret to announce that the CCS Social Systems Informatics Meeting #2 (FLASH TALKS & Happy Hour) on Friday, September 8, has to be cancelled due to the approach of Hurricane Irma. We hope you all stay safe, and we look forward to rescheduling this event at a later date. -Daniel Messinger -Athena...

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Researchers Go High-Tech to Explore the Social World of Children

Remember your earliest friends from preschool? Researchers from the University of Miami want to know how those friendships formed, and they plan to do just that through a $200,000+ grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF Award Abstract #1052736), and a nifty device that will track the movements of children at two UM centers in real time for four years. “We know that early social experiences in the classroom impact later...

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