Friday, September 7, 2007

Computer-Mediated Social Networking (ICCMSN), 2008 - Dunedin, NZ

Computer-Mediated Social Networking
Dunedin, New Zealand
11-13 June 2008

The International Conference on Computer-Mediated Social
Networking (ICCMSN 2008) will explore social networking issues
such as formation of online communities and how collaboration and
cooperation can be achieved. The topics covered encompass
multiple disciplines, including Computer Science, Sociology,
Epidemiology, Economics, Marketing, Education, etc. Some of the
applications that can benefit from social network structural
models include social norm spreading, disease propagation,
opinion dynamics, and collective knowledge construction. Network
topologies can play an important role in these applications. The
conference will examine the links between these topics.

Topics of interest include:

* Facilitating effective structure in a Social Network Structure

* Agent-based simulation for studying the dynamic behaviour in
on-line societies

* Issues and solutions in modelling virtual collaborative

* Integration of various communication tools such as Wikis, Blogs,
Discussion Boards etc.

Important dates:

Submission date: 15 February 2008
Acceptance notification: 8 March 2008
Camera-ready submission date: 30 March 2008
Conference: 11-13 June 2008

1 comment:

Carolyn McIntosh said...

looks like it might be a good one to attend. Great that it will be in Dunedin.