Digital Library Program Brown Bag Series
All programs will be held in the Herman B Wells Library in Room E174, the Media Showing Room, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm unless otherwise noted, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/education/brownbags/ .
To receive a reminder and an abstract of each presentation, send an email to listserv [at] indiana [dot] edu with the following text
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Networks and Complex Systems, http://vw.slis.indiana.edu/netscitalks/
This talk series is open to all Indiana University faculty and students interested in network analysis, modeling, visualization, and complex systems research. A major intent is to cross-fertilize between research done in the social and behavioral sciences, research in natural sciences such as biology or physics, but also research on Internet technologies. See also the Wikipedia entries on graph theory, small world networks, power law, and complex networks, and self organizing systems.
Katy Börner Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, SLIS, IUB.
Time & Place
Every Monday 6:00-7:00pm in the Wells Library at Indiana University, Bloomington, Room 001. Right after the Cognitive Science Colloquium Series. There is an optional dinner 7-9pm at Lennie's.
Speakers in Spring 11 (*not confirmed)
- January 17 - Martin Luther King Day
- January 24 - Vincent Larivière, UQAM
- Luis Rocha, IUB, DND*
- Marshall Scott Poole, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, and Director of The Institute for Computing in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences,
University of Illinois
- Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, IU, Bloomington
- Suzanne A. Pierce, Center for International Energy & Environmental Policy, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin*
- February 18, Timothy Tangherlini, HUMNet, UCLA
- Jack Owen, ISU*
- Mike McGinnis, Political Science, IUB: Evolving ontological framework
- Scott Long, Sociology*
- April 11, William Trochim, Cornell University, Concept Syctems
- April 18, Mary Walshok, UCSD: Mapping S&T Regions
- William Hetrick and William Barnett, IU