Virtual Opening Workshop: SAMSI Spring 2021

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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Event Details

Please join us for Virtual Opening Workshop of the SAMSI Spring 2021 Program on Data Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, January 5, 11 and 12, 2021. The last of the three days is devoted to networks. 

 

Registration is free at https://www.samsi.info/data-science-in-the-social-and-behavioral-sciences-virtual-opening-workshop/ 


Program on Data Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Networks in Neuroscience, Health, and Information Spread workshop day is part of a broader, semester-long NSF sponsored SAMSI Program on Data Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. See the following link for more information: https://www.samsi.info/programs-andactivities/semester-long-programs/program-on-data-science-in-thesocial-and-behavioral-sciences/

Virtual Opening Workshop Day on Networks in Neuroscience, Health, and Information Spread: January 12, 2021

Register (FREE) at the following link - https://www.samsi.info/data-science-in-the-socialand-behavioral-sciences-virtual-opening-workshop/


Featured Speakers

8:45AM to 10:45AM (EST)

  • Eric Kolaczyk (Boston University) 
  • Emily Falk (University of Pennsylvania) 
  • Sarah Muldoon (University of Buffalo) 
  • David Dunson (Duke University) 
  • Jessica Cohen (University of North Carolina)

11:15AM to 1:15PM (EST) 

  • Ashton Verdery (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Bengt Muthén (Mplus software) 
  • Brea Perry (Indiana University) 
  • Sam Jenness (Emory University) 
  • Nina Yamanis (American University) 
  • Krista Gile (University of Massachusetts)

2:00PM to 3:35PM (EST) 

  • David Lazer (Northeastern University) 
  • Yu-Ru Lin (University of Pittsburgh) 
  • Paul Resnick (University of Michigan) 
  • Diego Fregolente (SAMSI)

3:45PM to 5:00PM (EST) 

Open meeting to form working groups to meet during the spring semester on topics related to Networks in Neuroscience, Health, and Information Spread. Individuals can suggest topics or volunteer to lead a working group.