Events

Stay tuned for upcoming speakers!

Talk recording available
Dec
13
2019
11:00 am
Kristina Lerman
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Data Biases and Algorithmic Fairness
Dec
09
2019
3:00 pm
Maximilian Schich
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
A Shared Foundation for Network Science and Cultural History
Nov
18
2019
10:00 am
Cristopher Moore
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
The Planted Matching Problem
Nov
08
2019
2:00 pm
Matteo Riondato
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
SPuManTe: Significant Pattern Mining with Unconditional Testing
Nov
08
2019
10:00 am
Rossano Schifanella
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Combined Effect of Content Quality and Social Ties on User Engagement
Nov
07
2019
10:00 am
Zachary Chase Lipton
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Robust Deep Learning Under Distribution Shift
Nov
05
2019
1:00 pm
Miriam J. Metzger
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
How Bad is Fake News? Motivations for Sharing Misinformation Online
Nov
05
2019
10:00 am
Giovanni Petri
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
The Impact of Higher Order Descriptions On Structural Analysis and Dynamical Processes
Nov
04
2019
10:00 am
Nicola Perra
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
The Spreading of Computer Viruses on Time-varying Networks
Oct
16
2019
2:00 pm
Helder Nakaya
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Integrative Biology Applied to Neglected Infectious Diseases
Oct
15
2019
2:00 pm
Pedro Rodríguez
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Political Semantics: Methods and Applications in the Study of Meaning for Political Science
Oct
09
2019
2:00 pm
Giancarlo Ruffo
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Divided We Stand: Methods and Tools to Represent, Understand, and Analyze a Digital Society
Oct
07
2019
10:30 am
Bruno Ribeiro
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Unearthing the Relationship Between Graph Neural Networks and Matrix Factorization
Oct
03
2019
2:00 pm
Mary Elizabeth Sutherland
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
How Nature will make a systematic investment of effort into the social sciences
Oct
02
2019
12:00 pm
Jamie Settle
Visiting Speaker
Visiting Speaker
Frenemies: How Social Media Polarizes America
Talk recording available
Jan
25
2016
Zoltán Toroczkai
What do Sudoku and turbulence have in common?
Nov
24
2015
Andrea Bertozzi
Mathematics of Crime
Oct
18
2015
Sinan Aral
Is Exercise Contagious? Peer Effects in a Global Health Behavior
Unless otherwise noted, all NetSI talks and events take place at the Institute.
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Boston, MA 02215

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Nov
08
Way Forward in the Age of Algorithms
Way Forward in the Age of Algorithms
Panel Discussion
On campus
NetSI on the road
Harvard Graduate School of Education
13 Appian Way, Cambridge
Oct
22
#HashtagActivism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice
#HashtagActivism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice
Book Discussion
On campus
NetSI on the road
Northeastern Alumni Center
716 Columbus Ave, Boston