Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management is hosting the Computational Social Science Conference from May 15th to 17th. The purpose of the summit is to advance sociological knowledge through computational methods. The conference will host workshops, a datathon, and prominent speakers such as David Ferrucci (Bridgewater Associates), Katy Börner (Indiana University), Sandra González-Bailón (University of Pennsylvania), and Michael Macy (Cornell University). The conference is for social science researchers, open data activists, tech workers, and think tank analysts and is co-hosted by Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems and SONIC.

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