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Finholt, Thomas
Wed, 12 Sep 2007 10:04:31 -0400
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3rd International Conference on e-Social Science

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI

October 7-9, 2007


This is the final call to register for the Third International
Conference on e-Social Science. The conference program includes over 50
papers from leading researchers at the intersection of
cyberinfrastructure and social science.  The papers span a range of
topics including: computational and data grids; social computing; social
network analysis; modeling and simulation of social behavior; GIS and
spatial analysis; online survey methods; online experiments; and
ethnographic studies of cyberinfrastructure projects. The conference is
sponsored by the NSF with the cooperation of the UK ESRC.


The conference also includes an exciting list of invited panelists,
including: Marc Smith (Microsoft Research), Nosh Contractor
(Northwestern), Katy Borner (Indiana), Julia Lane (University of
Chicago), Michael Macy (Cornell), Tony Hey (Microsoft), Diana Rhoten
(NSF), and David Lightfoot (NSF SBE).


Keynote speakers include: Dan Atkins (NSF), Roberta Balstad (Columbia),
and Carole Goble (University of Manchester).


There is also an interesting workshop program, including a tutorial on
grid computing presented by Ian Foster (University of Chicago and
Argonne National Laboratory).


Learn more and register at:


Online registration will remain open through Monday, October 1.


Conference chair: Tom Finholt, University of Michigan

Program co-chairs: Gary Olson, University of Michigan; Rob Procter,
University of Manchester



Thomas A. Finholt

Associate Dean for Research and Innovation

School of Information, University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI USA 48109-2112

(v) 734 764 6131

(f) 734 647 4085


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