NetGloW'20 conference in St. Petersburg is calling for abstracts until January 13.
The Centre for German and European Studies (St Petersburg University - Bielefeld University) invites papers to a set of regular and organized sessions within the Fifth Biannual International Conference ‘Networks in the Global World’, the largest regular conference on network analysis in Russia and Eastern Europe, held with support from International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), Junior Sociologists Network of International Sociological Association (JSN of the ISA), and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at St Petersburg University on July 7-9, 2020, including, but not limited to the following network-analytical foci:
- Quantitative Methods of Network Analysis
- Qualitative and Mixed Methods of Network Analysis
- Networks and Culture
- Networks in Politics, International Relations, and Economy
- Networks in Science, Education, and the Arts
- Urban, Environmental, and Socio-Technical Networks
- Online Networks.
For more information on the conference sessions, visit: ngw.spbu.ru/programme.
Abstracts of up to 2000 characters (with spaces) should be submitted online before January 13th 2020 at http://ngw.spbu.ru/submission.
Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be sent out to the applicants not later than March 2, 2020.
A selection of conference papers will be published as a ‘NetGloW 2020’ volume of the Springer’s ‘Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems’ indexed in Scopus. Full papers of up to 8 000 words will be collected by June 1, 2020 and reviewed by July 27. More information will be provided in the call for full papers after notification of abstract acceptance/rejection.
Note that citizens of most of the European countries can get an electronic Visa to St. Petersburg for up to 8 days online, see http://ngw.spbu.ru/practical.
For further details, see the call: http://zdes.spbu.ru/images/Call_for_abstracts_NetGloW_2020.pdf.
and the NetGloW’20 website: http://ngw.spbu.ru.