Are you working with a social network? Do you want to map it?
Join us in Atlanta in May for the Spatial Social Network Workshop!
Mark your calendar for our two-day, in-person Spatial Social Network (SSN) Workshop in Atlanta, GA on Thursday, May 18 and Friday, May 19 (hosted by Georgia Tech). This workshop will bring together researchers of all levels from across disciplines, creating a rich learning environment to advance the exciting field of SSN analysis. Select sessions (lightning talks and tutorials) will be offered in a hybrid format via Zoom.
What can I expect from this workshop?
- Connect with other researchers working on geographic and spatial social network analysis
- Learn how to use R and our custom SSN software to analyze your own dataset
- Share your work and have your research featured on the SNoMaN website
- Participate in a white paper on spatial social network analysis for the humanities and social sciences
Who should attend this workshop?
- PhD students and faculty working with smaller social networks will find this workshop to be particularly valuable
- Researchers in the following disciplines (note that this list is not comprehensive): Anthropology, Sociology, Landscape Ecology, Geography, Archaeology, Organizations Sciences, Political Science
Travel support will be available for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
Check back soon for more information! Please contact us if you have any questions.
We plan to launch our SSN Software at the workshop! Take a sneak peak below!
This work is funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant SBE-2045271.