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Events and Conferences
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Emerging Markets Conference (Evanston, IL)

May 07, 2016

The Kellogg Emerging Markets Conference is the school’s premier platform aimed at facilitating a rich dialog on emerging markets. Focused on the theme of Rediscovering Sustained Growth, the 2016 conference will feature over 30 prominent business leaders, academics, and policy-makers from around the world. The conference is organized around regional tracks highlighting four of the world’s most promising emerging economies: Africa, China, India, and Latin America. Each of the four regional tracks includes panel discussions in three key areas: The Consumer, Technology/Innovation and Policy. Conference attendees will have a unique opportunity to learn about key trends, opportunities and issues in emerging markets directly from influential leaders while networking with business students and professionals from across the globe.

2016 International Conference on Computational Social Science (Evanston, IL)

June 23, 2016

This 2nd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (June 23-26, 2016) is an interdisciplinary event designed to engage a broad community of researchers - academics, industry experts, open data activists, government agency workers, and think tank analysts – dedicated to advancing social science knowledge through computational methods. This event affords the opportunity to meet and discuss works in which social systems and dynamics are investigated in a quantitative way through large datasets that are either mined from various sources (e.g. social media, communication systems) or created via controlled experiments or computational modeling.