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Online Talks

"Cross-Cutting Interaction, Out-Group Hostility, and Partisan Identity: Investigation of Affective Polarization on Social Media." Zeyu Lyu.

"Detecting Potentially Harmful and Protective Suicide-related Content on Twitter: A Machine Learning Approach." Hannah Metzler, Hubert Baginski, Thomas Niederkrotenthaler and David Garcia.

"Emergence of the Power-disparity in Author-Citation Networks." Buddhika Nettasinghe, Nazanin Alipourfard, Vikram Krishnamurthy and Kristina Lerman.

"Falsehood in, falsehood out: A tool for measuring exposure to elite misinformation on Twitter." Mohsen Mosleh and David Rand.

"Gendered patterns of global scholarly mobility: Evidence on mobile researchers from bibliometric data." Xinyi Zhao, Ridhi Kashyap, Aliakbar Akbaritabar and Emilio Zagheni.

"Mutual ties dramatically increase social tie formation in a Twitter field experiment." Mohsen Mosleh, Dean Eckles and David Rand.

"Publishing the first patent boosts scientists' performance." Xiancheng Li, Yifan Qian, Mauricio Barahona and Pietro Panzarasa.

"Quantifying knowledge synchronisation in the 21st century." Jisung Yoon, Jinseo Park, Jinhyuk Yun and Woo-Sung Jung.

"Small interlocking groups improve mass deliberation in the presence of strong social influence." Edward Platt and Daniel Romero.

"Talking to Themselves': How the Politicization of Climate Change Leads to Polarized and Disconnected Individuals in Post-video Discussions." Yuhan Li.

"The Moral Roots of Political Polarization: Analyzing 144 years of moral arguments in the US Congress." Simon Schweighofer, Max Pellert, Anna di Natale and David Garcia.

Online Posters

"A Community-aware Backbone Filtering Technique based on Modularity Vitality." Stephany Rajeh, Marinette Savonnet and Hocine Cherifi.

A Computational Investigation of Scientific Uncertainty Cascades Online.” Joshua Anderson.

“Analyzing conversations about deepfakes in Reddit and Twitter.” Dilrukshi Gamage and Kazutoshi Sasahara.


“Analyzing Gender Pay Gap in STEM Fields by Life Trajectory.” Wenchao Dong, Bryan Wong, Hasnain Irshad Bhatti, Lanu Kim and Meeyoung Cha.

“Clash of Climate Change Discourse: Re-examining Climate News in the Background of US-China Relationship.”

Yifei Wang, Xiaoheng Xia, Kokil Jaidka and Drew Margolin.

“Complex contagion of vaccination behaviors in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.” Javier Alvarez-Galvez.


“Detecting Tomorrow’s Fake News with Data Augmentation: A Case Study with COVID-19 News.” Ying Kiat Tan, Junzhe Tang, Zhiyong Huang and Tsuhan Chen.

“Digital Media and Democracy: A Systematic Review of Causal and Correlational Evidence Worldwide.” Philipp Lorenz-Spreen, Lisa Oswald, Stephan Lewandowsky and Ralph Hertwig.

“Estimating Exposure to Information on Social Networks.” Buddhika Nettasinghe, Kowe Kadoma, Mor Naaman and Vikram Krishnamurthy.

“From plan to practice: Interorganizational response networks extraction from emergency management plans, situational reports, and tweets about hurricane events.” Ly Dinh, Pingjing Yang and Jana Diesner.

“Foraging in the venture capital community: Graph Neural Networks used to analyze the dynamics of investment strategies.” Theophile Carniel, Dilva Maupou and Jean-Michel Dalle.

“Generation of Individual Daily Trajectories by GPT-2.” Takayuki Mizuno, Shouji Fujimoto and Atushi Ishikawa.

“GET-Viz: a library for automatic generation of visual dashboard for geographical time series.” Daniele Fadda, Michela Natilli and Salvatore Rinzivillo.

“Hatemoji: Detecting Online Hate Expressed in Emoji.” Hannah Rose Kirk, Bertie Vidgen, Paul Röttger, Tristan Thrush and Scott Hale.

“How Food Images Posted by Restaurant Owners and Customers Differ on Social Media?: A Food Aesthetics Perspective.” Alessandro Gambetti and Qiwei Han.

“How social media metrics shape news production on Facebook?” Subhayan Mukerjee, Tian Yang and Yilang Peng.

“Invisible Information and the Internet: Estimation and Implications.” Saurabh Khanna.

“Microscopic and macroscopic impact of social network heterogeneity on innovation.” Fatemeh Zarei, Luis E C Rocha, Koen Schoors and Jan Ryckebusch.

“Online Social Integration of Migrants: Evidence from Twitter.” Jisu Kim, Soazic Elise Wang Sonne, Kiran Garimella, André Grow, Ingmar Weber and Emilio Zagheni.

“Pandemic Calls for Revisiting the Dichotomy of Offline Versus Online Social Capital.” Aliakbar Akbaritabar.

“Perception of Acceptably-Deceptive Machines.” Stefan Sarkadi and Edmond Awad.

“Quantifying labor market activity using Twitter.” Do Lee, Boris Sobol, Manuel Tonneau, Nir Grinberg and Samuel Fraiberger.

“Revisiting International News Flow: A Network Analysis of Online News Websites’ Mentions and Hyperlinks.”

Diyi Liu.

“Social discourses and meanings around COVID-19. Natural Language Processing techniques to reader’s comments in pandemic news. Argentina, 2020.” Germán Rosati, Adriana Chazarreta, Laia Domenech Burin and Tomás Maguire.

“Spam in the Era of End-to-End Encryption: A Case Study of WhatsApp.” Pushkal Agarwal, Aravindh Raman, Damilola Ibosiola, Nishanth Sastry, Gareth Tyson and Kiran Garimella.

“The effect of government regulations and social media metrics on the news agenda in Singapore.” Yi Ting Chen and Kokil Jaidka.

“The evolution and dynamics of sharing networks under risk and uncertainty.” Alejandro Pérez Velilla and Paul Smaldino.

“The narrowing of literature use and the restricted mobility of papers in the sciences.” Attila Varga.

“The Transnational Diffusion of Social Movements: The Case of #MeToo.” Hubert Au.

“(Un)interesting correlations: What are the chances that correlations indicate causation?” Marko Tesic, Ulrike Hahn, Jason Burton and Kirsty Phillips.

“What Circulates on Partisan WhatsApp in India? Insights from an Unusual Dataset.” Simon Chauchard and Kiran Garimella.

“What’s a Parent to Do? Measuring Parenting Styles in the U.S. with Topic Modeling for Short Texts.” Orestes P. Hastings and Luca Maria Pesando.

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