Sunday, July 15 / Gies Plaza, 1st Floor

Title Authors
Microfinance Revisited: The Role of Modularity and Tie Multiplexity in Diffusion Processes on Networks
Kinga Makovi and Byungkyu Lee
Mitigating Overexposure in Viral Marketing
Rediet Abebe, Lada Adamic and Jon Kleinberg
Mitigating Strategic Attack Diffusion in Security Games
Marcin Waniek and Aamena Alshamsi
Modeling Association in Multiple Layer Networks using the Conway-Maxwell Binomial Distribution in an Exponential Random Graph Framework
Chris Marcum
Modeling Policy-relevant Intent related to Gender Violence Myths on Social Media using Social Construction Theory
Hemant Purohit, Bonnie Stabile, Aubrey Grant and Rahul Pandey
Models of bursty human dynamics
Márton Karsai, Hang-Hyun Jo and Kimmo Kaski
Network analysis of surgical innovation: Measuring value and the virality of diffusion in robotic surgery
George Garas, Isabella Cingolani, Pietro Panzarasa, Ara Darzi and Thanos Athanasiou
Network Neighborhood Analysis for Detecting Anomalies using Scan Statistics of Time Series of Graphs
Suchismita Goswami and Edward Wegman
Omnivorousness as a Precondition for Specific and Obscure Tastes
Helge Marahrens, Sam Regas and Patrick Kaminski
On the Network Origins of Approximate Factor Models
Andrew Butters and Scott Brave
Patterns of Online Contention: A Microsociological Analysis of Dispute Resolution on Wikipedia
Xiaolin Zhuo
Platform Filtering: How Rumors Crystallize when Crossing Platform Boundaries
Peter Krafft, Matt Goerzen and Joan Donovan
Plug-Or-Not: Identifying commercial "plugs" within Twitter
Gurpreet Ahitan, Michael Fagan and Federica Nocera
Predicting the Performance of Software Development Teams on GitHub
Samaneh Saadat and Gita Sukthankar
Qualities and Inequalities Gendered Valuation in the Contemporary Art Market
Taylor Brown
Relating Human Activities with Phrasal Embeddings
Li Zhang, Steven Wilson and Rada Mihalcea
Scientific Collaboration Patterns Vary with Scholars' Academic Age
Wei Wang, Shuo Yu, Teshome Bekele, Xiangjie Kong and Feng Xia
Scientists Get a Brain Boost: AI Mind + Machine Partnership and the Reproducibility Problem in Science
Youyou Wu, Yang Yang and Brian Uzzi
Selecting newspaper coverage to achieve continuous views of the social world over long periods of time
Alix Rule and Jean-Philippe Cointet
Sex Differences in Social Networks Predict Placement in STEM Leadership Positions
Yang Yang, Nitesh Chawla and Brian Uzzi
She's got the "it" factor: An investigation of charisma and female leaders
Mary Monroe, George Banks and Ryan Wesslen
Social capital and mobile phone data: Evidence from a developing country
Didem Gundogdu, Pietro Panzarasa, Nuria Oliver and Bruno Lepri
Social Change in Media Perspective: The Coverage of the 2007 Parental-Leave Reform in Germany
Alexandra Ils, Katia Begall and Daniela Grunow
Spatial and Temporal Separation in Coordination Structures in OSS
Sabine Brunswicker and Satyam Mukherjee
Stabilizing block model inference in sparse networks
Xiaoyan Lu and Boleslaw Szymanski
Studying Limits of Information Spread with Sequential Seeding
Jaroslaw Jankowski, Boleslaw Szymanski, Przemysław Kazienko, Radosław Michalski and Piotr Bródka
The Content of Informal Communication: Topic Modeling on a Spontaneous Speech Corpus
Boróka Pápay, Bálint Kubik, Júlia Galántai and Károly Takács
The Duet of Persuasion and Social Influence in Decision Cascades
Jingwen Zhang, Cuihua Shen, Jarosław Jankowski and Piotr Bródka
The Dynamics of Peer-Produced Political Information During the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign
Brian Keegan
The Effects of Departmental Prestige on Researcher Productivity and Impact
Samuel Way, Allison Morgan, Daniel Larremore and Aaron Clauset
The Fragility of Opinion Leadership
Gabriel Rossman and Jake Fisher
The hidden constraints on career mobility: how skills determine a worker's next move
Morgan Frank, Esteban Moro and Iyad Rahwan
The Impact of Private Information and Social Influence on Consumer Behavior
Jeroen van Den Ochtend, Markus Meierer and René Algesheimer
The Poor Read for Entertainment and the Rich Read for Education: Poverty, Fragmentation, and Knowledge Homogeneity
Zhi-Cong Chen, Lingfei Wu, Naipeng Chao and Cheng-Jun Wang
The Production of New Meaning in a Networked Public: Evidence from an Online Community
Jon Atwell
The Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Work Stress: Effects of Supervisor Support and Gender
Yu-Ya Rong
The Role of Advisor in Faculty Hiring: a case study of U.S. Information Schools
Zhiya Zuo and Kang Zhao
The Wisdom of Political Crowds: Increasing Accuracy and Reducing Polarization How Echo Chambers
Joshua Becker, Damon Centola and Ethan Porter
Trade-off Between Social Exchange and Homophily in Social Network Formation
Yuan Yuan, Ahmad Alabdulkareem and Alex Pentland
Two Types of Social Grooming Methods depending on the Trade-Off between the Number and Strength of Social Relationships
Masanori Takano
Uber's Impact on Flu Infections: An Exploratory Analysis
Andres Abeliuk, Nathan Bartley and Kristina Lerman
Urban Dreams of Migrants: A Case Study of Migrant Integration in Shanghai
Yang Yang, Chenhao Tan, Zongtao Liu, Fei Wu and Yueting Zhuang
Using Facebook Ad Data to Track the Global Digital Gender Gap
Masoomali Fatehkia, Ridhi Kashyap and Ingmar Weber
Using Linguistic Cues for Analyzing Social Activism
Rezvaneh Rezapour and Yodsawalai Chodpathumwan
Visual Rhetoric and Collective Memory across Peer-Produced Accounts of Political Crises
Emily Porter and Brian Keegan
Voting Behavior, Beliefs, and Online News Consumption: A comparison of survey responses and clickstream data during Brexit using topic models and network analysis
Lorien Jasny, Susan Banducci, Iulia Cioroianu, Travis Coan, Iain Weaver and Hywell Williams
Weak ties in job change: Evidence from business card exchange in Japan
Hirotake Ito, Takanori Nishida, Lav R. Varshney and Yoshiki Ishikawa
What Counts as a Weak Tie? A Comparison of Thresholding Techniques for Analyzing Weighted Networks
Subhayan Mukerjee and Sandra González-Bailón
When everyone agrees: Similarity of centrality indices in citation networks
Igor Zakhlebin and Emőke-Ágnes Horvát
“Fake News” Drives out Real: Analyzing Posts and Links shared in Virtual Communities of Facebook Public Pages during 2016 US Presidential Election
King-Wa Fu

Poster Sessions take place at the following times. Poster authors are asked to be near their posters during poster sessions:

July 14 from 2:50PM – 3:30PM

July 15 from 8:40AM – 9:20AM

Poster set-up is Saturday, July 14 from 8:00 - 8:30 AM.