Program

The preliminary program of IC²S² 2019 can be found below. This page will be updated regularly in the future. The program is still subject to minor changes.

Author inquiries or questions regarding the program should be sent to the program chairs, see the author information page.

In due time, an interactive digital program will be made available.

Oral presentations and posters

See the page with author information for any issues or questions about these schedules.

Day-by-day program

Note that except for the welcome reception and dinner, all activities take place directly at the conference venue. The warmup has its own warmup program.

Day 1 – Wednesday July 17 (tutorials & datathon)
8:30 9:00 Registration & Coffee
9:00 10:30 Tutorials 1
10:30 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 12:30 Tutorials 2
12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 15:00 Tutorials 3
15:00 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 17:00 Tutorials 4
Drinks
Day 2 – Thursday July 18
8:15 9:00 Registration & Coffee
9:00 9:10 Opening ceremony
9:10 9:50 Keynote: Emma Spiro on Online Social and Information Behaviors During Crisis Events
9:50 10:30 Keynote: Kenneth Benoit on The Social Scientific Analysis of Textual Data and What Computer Science Won’t Teach You
10:30 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 12:30 Oral presentations 1
12:30 13:40 Lunch
13:40 14:20 Keynote: Deen Freelon on Wandering in the post-API desert: Hey, is that an oasis?
14:20 15:00 Keynote: Devra Moehler
15:00 16:30 Poster presentations 1 & Coffee break
16:30 18:00 Oral presentations 2
Welcome Reception

Day 3 – Friday July 19
8:30 9:00 Registration & Coffee
9:00 9:40 Keynote: Cesar Hidalgo on How Humans Judge Machines
9:40 10:20 Keynote: Lukas Vermeer on Democratising Online Controlled Experiments at Booking.com
10:20 10:50 Coffee break
10:50 12:20 Oral presentations 3
Panel “Using Social and Behavioral Sciences to Advance Intelligence Analysis”
12:20 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:10 Keynote: Claudia Wagner on Minorities in Social Networks
14:10 14:30 Panel opening
14:30 15:10 Panel “Five Years of IC2S2 & The Future of Computational Social science”
15:10 16:30 Poster presentations 2 & Coffee break
16:30 18:00 Oral presentations 4
Canal boat tour (pick-up @venue, drop-off @dinner)
Dinner at Royal Tropical Institute (“KIT”)
Day 4 – Saturday July 20
8:30 9:00 Welcome & Coffee
9:00 9:40 Keynote: Scott Page on Institutions and the structure of collective intelligence
9:40 10:20 Keynote: Mirta Galesic on What can small, biased crowds tell us about societal change?
10:20 10:50 Coffee break
10:50 12:20 Oral presentations 5
12:20 13:30 Lunch
13:30 15:00 Oral presentations 6
15:00 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 16:10 Keynote: Jana Diesner on Responsible Social Computing: Validating Network Data and Theory
16:10 16:50 Keynote: Leto Peel on Mixing patterns in social interactions
16:50 17:00 Closing ceremony & Awards