UQAM - Université du Québec à Montréal Faculté des sciences humaines
Institut des sciences cognitives

Programme

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First week

July 8th July 9th July 10th July 11th
09:00

Registration and welcome address at 9h45

Open Science and the Web

Tony Hey

Humanexus: Envisioning Communication and Collaboration

Katy Borner

Learning Along with Others

Robert Goldstone

10:00

Global Brain: Web as Self-organizing Distributed Intelligence

Francis Heylighen

Scholarly Big Data: Information Extraction and Data Mining

Lee Giles

Visualizing Dynamic Interactions

Jean-Daniel Fekete

Enculturated Cognition

Richard Menary

11:00 Pause
11:30

Mapping the Brain Connectome

Alan Evans

New Models of Scholarly Communication for Digital Scholarship

Stephen Griffin

Visual Tools for Interacting with Large Networks

Charles-Antoine Julien

Social and Semantic Web: Ap the Missing Links

Fabien Gandon

12:30 Lunch
14:00

Web Impact on Society

Les Carr

Scientific Interaction Before and Since the Web

Vincent Lariviere

Collaborative Innovation Networks

Peter Gloor

Optional meeting for students

15:00  

Web Impact Metrics for Research Assessment

Kayvan Kousha

Network Ready Research: The Role of Open Source and Open Thinking

Cameron Neylon

Optional meeting for students

16:00

Web science:It's All In the Mind

Wendy Hall

This conference will be held at the Notman House, a 15 minutes walk from UQAM (16h00 - 17h30)
Pause
16:30 Summary and discussion
Poster session and cocktail

Second week

July 14th July 15th July 16th July 17th July 18th
09:00

Bursts, Cascades and Time Allocation

Adilson Motter

The Data Web

Jim Hendler

Does the Web Extend the Mind - and Semantics?

Harry Halpin

Collective Intelligence: What is it? How to measure it? Increase it?

Thomas Malone

Natural Language Processing on the Web

Guy Lapalme

10:00

Controllability and Observability of Complex Systems

Yang-Yu Liu

Foraging in the World Mind and Online

Peter Todd

Extended Mentality: What It Is and Why It Matters

Mark Rowlands

Domains and Dimensions of Group Cognition

Georg Theiner

The Social Data Revolution: Are We Ready?

Claude Théoret

11:00 Pause
11:30

Semantic Web Data Mining

Petko Valtchev

Macrocognition: Situated versus Distributed

Bryce Huebner

Transactive Memory and Distributed Cognitive Ecologies

John Sutton

Social Informatics

Derek Ruths

Memetrics: Monitoring Measuring and Mapping Memes

Stevan Harnad

12:30 Lunch
14:00

You Can't Hide: Predicting Personal Traits in Social Media

Jennifer Golbeck

Visual Analytics: Network Structure Beyond Communities

Takashi Nishikawa

Knowledge Mining in Heterogeneous Information Networks

Jiawei Han

Socio-Technical Epistemology

Judith Simon

15:00

Collective Memory in Wikipedia

Simon Dedeo

Analogies between Interconnected and Clustered Networks

Filippo Radicchi

What is Cognition and How Could it be Extended?

Robert Rupert

Applying Data Mining to Real-Life Crime Investigation

Benjamin Fung

16:00 Pause
16:30 Summary and discussion
Optional poster session
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