We would like to announce the third Summer School on Methods for Computational Social Science. The application is now open until March 13, 2019. Please feel free to share the information.
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3rd Summer School on Methods for Computational Social Science
Methods for Analyzing Multimedia Data
July 22-27, 2019
Akademie Berlin-Schm÷ckwitz, Berlin, Germany
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Application deadline: March 13, 2019 (midnight GMT)
Notifications: April 3, 2019
Summer School: July 22-27, 2019
The third summer school of this series will focus on methods for analyzing multimedia data (e.g. computer vision methods, spatial and temporal analysis of urban spaces via multimedia content analysis, spreading and mutation models for multimedia content). We have invited outstanding speakers from different disciplines that will teach different methods and show how multimedia data can be used to answer interesting research questions that are relevant for the social sciences and gain insights into cultural phenomena like social orientation and its expression for instance in urban spaces, images and art. Students will conduct small projects in which they will apply the newly learned methods and will be supervised by the invited speakers.
We will offer full financial support for up to 10 students (or early career researchers). Students have to apply for the travel grants and a committee of experts will select scholars based on academic excellence, financial needs and diversity (e.g. gender, ethnic and disciplinary diversity).
Luca Maria Aiello, Nokia Bell Labs
Andreu Casas, New York University
Sandra Gonzßlez-Bailˇn, University of Pennsylvania
Jackelyn Hwang, Stanford University
Mauro Martino, IBM
Yelena Mejova, ISI Foundation
Miriam Redi, Wikimedia Foundation
Maximilian Schich, UT Dallas Arts & Technology
Bj÷rn W. Schuller, University of Augsburg & Imperial College London
Claudia Wagner, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences & University of Koblenz-Landau
Nicola Perra, Greenwich University
Emilio Ferrara, University of Southern California
Michael Macy, Cornell University
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your motivation letter (one page max), CV, and publication list in one PDF file via EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=csssummer19
The school is open to anyone interested in learning about Computational Social Science. The aim is to bring together an heterogeneous international group of people. However, we have a limited number of places for participants. That means everyone needs to apply (also if you have your own funding).
Registration fee for the summer school is 100 EUR. Lunch, coffee breaks and a social event are included.
Please indicate in your motivation letter if you would like to apply for a travel grant which will cover your registration fee, accommodation for the whole week and basic travel costs. Please note that travel grants are intended for students.
Please also indicate if you will only participate if you receive the travel grant or if we should also consider your application for normal positions if no travel grants are left. Students with travel grant will have to share rooms.
Miu Ting Ho from the CSS Summer School Organizing Team
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