Call for papers: ANALYSIS OF MOBILE PHONE DATASETS AND NETWORKS (NETMOB 2011)Call for papers: ANALYSIS OF MOBILE PHONE DATASETS AND NETWORKS (NETMOB 2011)

CALL FOR PAPERS
NETMOB 2011

Second conference on the
ANALYSIS OF MOBILE PHONE DATASETS AND NETWORKS

Mobile phone datasets have become widely available in recent years and have opened the possibility to improve our understanding of large-scale social networks by investigating how people exchange information, build trust, create markets and develop social interactions. Mobile phone data is also helping us understand complex processes such as the spread of information and viruses or transportation and the use of urban infrastructures.

Given the success of the first NetMob conference we have decided to organize a second edition. NetMob2011 will take place (again!) at the Media Lab at MIT and will be co-located with the Third IEEE Conference on Social Computing. The conference format of the first NetMob will be essentially unchanged:one track of short contributed talks, a simplified submission procedure, no proceedings (except for a book of abstracts), and the possibility to present recent results or results submitted elsewhere.

We hope to see you there and look forward catching up with the latest developments in mobile phone dataset analysis.

Media Lab, MIT (Cambridge, USA)
October 10-11, 2011

http://www.inma.ucl.ac.be/~blondel/netmob/

The conference format is flexible: one track of short contributed talks, a
simplified submission procedure (abstracts only), and the possibility to
present recent results or results submitted elsewhere. All contributions
that deal with the analysis of mobile phone datasets are welcome. The
conference is co-located with the IEEE Conference on Social Computing.
Abstract submission deadline: July 15, 2011.

*** Workshop co-chairs ***
Vincent Blondel UCLouvain (Belgium) and MIT
Alex Pentland Media Lab, MIT
*** Scientific committee ***
Samuel Arbesman Harvard University
Laszlo Barabasi Northeastern University
Nicholas Christakis Harvard University
Rob Claxton British Telecom (UK)
Massimo Colonna Telecom Italia (Italy)
Nicolas de Cordes Orange Group Strategy (France)
Nathan Eagle txteagle
Kenth Engø-Monsen Telenor (Norway)
Alexandre Gerber AT&T Research
Marta Gonzales MIT
Cesar Hidalgo Media Lab, MIT
Kimmo Kaski Aalto University (Finland)
János Kertész Budapest University of Technology (Hungary)
Renaud Lambiotte University of Namur (Belgium)
Juha Laurila Nokia Research (Switzerland)
David Lazer Northeastern University
Franck Legendre ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
Esteban Moro Egido Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
Nuria Oliver Telefonica Research (Spain)
Jukka-Pekka Onnela Harvard University
Dino Pedreschi Università di Pisa (Italy)
Daniele Quercia University of Cambridge (UK)
Carlo Ratti Senseable City Lab, MIT
Jari Saramäki Helsinki University of Technology (Finland)
Zbigniew Smoreda Orange Labs (France)
John Tsitsiklis LIDS, MIT
Paul Van Dooren UCLouvain (Belgium)
Alex Varshavsky AT&T Labs
*** Organizing committee ***
Francesco Calabrese IBM Research (Ireland) and MIT
Yva de Montjoye Media Lab, MIT
Gautier Krings UCLouvain (Belgium)
Dashun Wang Northeastern UniversityCALL FOR PAPERS
NETMOB 2011

Second conference on the
ANALYSIS OF MOBILE PHONE DATASETS AND NETWORKS

Mobile phone datasets have become widely available in recent years and have opened the possibility to improve our understanding of large-scale social networks by investigating how people exchange information, build trust, create markets and develop social interactions. Mobile phone data is also helping us understand complex processes such as the spread of information and viruses or transportation and the use of urban infrastructures.

Given the success of the first NetMob conference we have decided to organize a second edition. NetMob2011 will take place (again!) at the Media Lab at MIT and will be co-located with the Third IEEE Conference on Social Computing. The conference format of the first NetMob will be essentially unchanged:one track of short contributed talks, a simplified submission procedure, no proceedings (except for a book of abstracts), and the possibility to present recent results or results submitted elsewhere.

We hope to see you there and look forward catching up with the latest developments in mobile phone dataset analysis.

Media Lab, MIT (Cambridge, USA)
October 10-11, 2011

http://www.inma.ucl.ac.be/~blondel/netmob/

The conference format is flexible: one track of short contributed talks, a
simplified submission procedure (abstracts only), and the possibility to
present recent results or results submitted elsewhere. All contributions
that deal with the analysis of mobile phone datasets are welcome. The
conference is co-located with the IEEE Conference on Social Computing.
Abstract submission deadline: July 15, 2011.

*** Workshop co-chairs ***
Vincent Blondel UCLouvain (Belgium) and MIT
Alex Pentland Media Lab, MIT
*** Scientific committee ***
Samuel Arbesman Harvard University
Laszlo Barabasi Northeastern University
Nicholas Christakis Harvard University
Rob Claxton British Telecom (UK)
Massimo Colonna Telecom Italia (Italy)
Nicolas de Cordes Orange Group Strategy (France)
Nathan Eagle txteagle
Kenth Engø-Monsen Telenor (Norway)
Alexandre Gerber AT&T Research
Marta Gonzales MIT
Cesar Hidalgo Media Lab, MIT
Kimmo Kaski Aalto University (Finland)
János Kertész Budapest University of Technology (Hungary)
Renaud Lambiotte University of Namur (Belgium)
Juha Laurila Nokia Research (Switzerland)
David Lazer Northeastern University
Franck Legendre ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
Esteban Moro Egido Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
Nuria Oliver Telefonica Research (Spain)
Jukka-Pekka Onnela Harvard University
Dino Pedreschi Università di Pisa (Italy)
Daniele Quercia University of Cambridge (UK)
Carlo Ratti Senseable City Lab, MIT
Jari Saramäki Helsinki University of Technology (Finland)
Zbigniew Smoreda Orange Labs (France)
John Tsitsiklis LIDS, MIT
Paul Van Dooren UCLouvain (Belgium)
Alex Varshavsky AT&T Labs
*** Organizing committee ***
Francesco Calabrese IBM Research (Ireland) and MIT
Yva de Montjoye Media Lab, MIT
Gautier Krings UCLouvain (Belgium)
Dashun Wang Northeastern University

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