This a series of weekly seminars for fellows and students at the University of Oxford to discuss their research in an informal environment.

This a series of weekly seminars for fellows and students at the University of Oxford to discuss their research in an informal environment.

  • Week 1 (Monday 26 April) – Bernie Hogan, University of Oxford: Network as auto-biography: Interpreting Facebook from an ego-centered perspective

  • Week 2 (Monday 3 May) – Mason Porter, University of Oxford: Community Structure in Time-Dependent, Multiscale, and Multiplex Networks

  • Week 3 (Monday 10 May) – Peter Abell, London School of Economics: The evolution of signed graphs , groups and phase changes

  • Week 4 (Monday 17 May) – Christina Prell, University of Sheffield: Social capital and small worlds: exploring network formation through simulation and actor-based models

  • Week 5 (Monday 24 May) – Alessandro Lomi, Università di Bologna: Relational Collaboration Among Spatial Multipoint Competitors

  • Week 6 (Monday 31 May) – Stéphane Reissfelder, University of Oxford: The Dynamics of Philanthropy: Analysing an Online Giving Community

  • Week 7 (Monday 7 June) – James Kitts, University of Columbia: Measuring and Modeling Social Interaction in Multiple Networks Over Long Time Scales

About the speakers

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