Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Photos from Tutorials from Dynamic Network Analysis to Crowd Sourcing and Public Health
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of introducing the outstanding tutorial presenters at the Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction Conference (SBP 2012) at the University of Maryland College Park.
The tutorials were given by Dr. Kathleen Carley (Dynamic Network Analysis), by Dr. Hyam Hirsh (Crowdsourcing, Human Computation, and Collective Intelligence) and by Dr. Patty Mabry and Dr. Nate Osgood (Public Health Concepts: An Introduction to Modelers).
The audience learned so much from these truly informative tutorials and, as the tutorial chair, I would like to thank the tutorial presenters for the breadth and depth of fascinating information that they delivered yesterday. I am hoping that we can post the slides from the tutorials on the conference website and will let you know if/when this is done.
The day flew by much too soon, and all those in the audience were treated to an intellectual feast on some of the most timely research topics today.
Above are some photos taken yesterday at the SBP 2012 conference.
I had to return early, since I was committed to doing a TV interview today for a PBS Channel and the program Connecting Point.
I will let you know when the interview airs. It was motivated by the upcoming PBS production America Revealed, for which I was interviewed by Yul Kwon, for an educational segment on transportation and the Braess paradox.