to EUSN 2023 in Ljubljana
The 7th European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2023) is hosted by the Centre for Methodology and Statistics of Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, 4 – 8 September 2023.
Continuing the traditions of previous conferences in Barcelona (2014), Paris (2016), Mainz (2017), Zurich (2019), Naples (2021) and Greenwich (2022), as well as the legacies of predecessors Applications of Social Network Analysis (ASNA) and UK Social Network Analysis (UKSNA), the conference brings together researchers and practitioners from the social sciences in the broad sense as well as statistics, computer science, data science, physics, economics, humanities, and other areas dealing with social networks.
Conference week: 4 – 8 September 2023
Early bird: 21 May – 20 July 2023
Regular: 21 July – 20 August 2023
Last-minute: 21 August – 1 September 2023
Workshop and session proposals due: 17 February 2023 (notification 27 February 2023)
Abstracts due: 30 April 2023 (notification 29 May 2023)
Posters due: 30 June 2023 (notification 15 July 2023)
Prof. Dr. Betina Hollstein
Betinas research focuses on social networks and the life course, social inequality and methods of empirical social research.
Prof. Dr. Károly Takács
Research interest of Károly are the theoretical, experimental and empirical analysis of the dynamics of social networks in relation to problems of cooperation and conflict.
Contributions to EUSN 2023 should be submitted to one of four tracks. Submissions to all tracks must be made via the CMT3 submission page.
Deadline 17 February 2023.
Tutorials and other workshops are held on the first and the last day of the conference, 4 and 8 September 2023.
If you are interested in offering a 3- or 6-hour workshop, please submit a proposal describing the content and target group, and provide an indication of your own qualification.
Deadline 17 February 2023.
If you would like to contribute by organizing a session focused on a particular topic, please submit a description of that topic along with information on how the session will be populated.
Accepted sessions will be included in the submission form for presentations.
Deadline 30 June 2023 (submissions open in March).
Posters are exhibited during a poster session and reception at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana.
Deadline 30 April 2023 (submissions open in March).
Presentations are allocated 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion. Any topic relevant to social network analysis, including theory, methods, and empirical applications will be considered.
Abstracts are limited to 500 words, not including the title, and should not contain references. You will be asked to indicate a preferred session and to designate a speaker. Contributors are restricted to one presentation but may be co-authors of multiple submissions.
Luka Kronegger, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Marjan Cugmas, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Marina Trkman, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Katja Koren Ošljak, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Poster Session organiser
Špela Orehek, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
Viviana Amati, ETH Zürich
Spyros Angelopoulos, Durham University
Elisa Bellotti, University of Manchester
Per Block, University of Zurich
Zsófia Boda, University of Essex
Ulrik Brandes, ETH Zürich
Dimitris Christopoulos, Heriot Watt University
Guido Conaldi, University of Greenwich
Bruce Cronin, University of Greenwich
Mario Diani, University of Trento
Marten Düring, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History
Alexandra Gerbasi, Exeter Business School
Stefano Ghinoi, University of Greenwich
Giuseppe Giordano, University of Salerno
Marina Hennig, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz
Bernie Hogan, University of Oxford
Robert W Krause, University of Kentucky
Miranda Lubbers, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Matteo Magnani, Uppsala University
Sophie Mützel, University of Lucerne
Francesca Pallotti, University of Greenwich
Juergen Pfeffer, Technical University of Munich
Anna Piazza, University of Greenwich
Giancarlo Ragozini, University of Naples Federico II
Yasaman Sarabi, Edinburgh Business School Heriot-Watt University
Termeh Shafie, University of Manchester
Matthew Smith, Edinburgh Napier University
Tom Snijders, University of Groningen and University of Oxford
Christoph Stadtfeld, ETH Zürich
Paola Tubaro, CNRS
Srinidhi Vasudevan, University of Greenwich
Maria Prosperina Vitale, University of Salerno
Susanna Zaccarin, University of Trieste
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
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