Papers accepted to WIN
Howe School faculty and Ph.D. students are participating in the Workshop on Information in Networks [WIN] 2013 at the Stern School, NYU in October, they include:
Yegin Genc, Ph.D. student
Germán G. Creamer, Associate Professor
Yue Han Ph.D. student
Harris Kyriakou Ph.D. student
Jie Ren Ph.D. student
The papers accepted for WIN this year:
- Bernardo Creamer and Germán Creamer, Longitudinal Social Network Analysis of the U.S. Coal Market
- Yegin Genc and Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Exploring Content with Semantic Transformations using Collaborative Knowledge Bases
- Yue Han and Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Remix Networks in Scratch
- Harris Kyriakou and Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Idea Inheritance, Originality, and Collective Innovation
- Jie Ren and Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Examining the Relationship Between Online Review Sentiment and Sales: The Role of Product Price and Product Type
WIN is a Social Networks Summit intended to foster collaboration and to build community. The purpose of WIN is to bring together leading researchers studying ‘information in networks’ – its distribution, its diffusion, its value, and its influence on social and economic outcomes – in order to lay the foundation for ongoing relationships and to build a lasting multidisciplinary research community.
Contact Prof. Creamer firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.