SocInfo 2009

22-24 June 2009, Warsaw, Poland

Conference Program

Keynote Speakers


Day 1
8.00 AM – Registration
9:00 AM – Opening - Prof. Maria Or這wska
9:30 AM-11:00 AM – Keynote 1 – Leaders and Networks in the Social Space - Prof. Janusz Ho造st (Warsaw University of Technology)
11:00 AM-11.30 AM – Coffee break
11:30 AM – 1 PM – Session 1: Social Networks in Practice
1. The Adoption of Social Networking Services. A case study of LinkedIn's impact on professional networkers – Linda Elen Olsen (Bergen University) and Frode Guribye (University of Bergen)
2. Mapping Social Networks into P2P Directory Service – ㄆkasz 畝czek (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology) and Anwitaman Datta (NTU Singapore)
3. Web of Friends – How to Build a Social Network by Mining Data from Instant Messengers – Aleksandra Doniec (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology), Albert Hupa (Warsaw University) and Rados豉w Nielek (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology)
1 PM – 2:30 PM – Lunch break
2:30 PM – 4 PM – Session 2: Social Aspects of CSCW
1. TimePlace: Towards a Populated 3D Information Place – Pei-Hsien Hsu (Cambridge University)
2. Collaborative Web Service Interface Design on the Web 2.0 – Markus Held (University of Tbingen) and Max Gtner (University of Tbingen)
3. Computer Supported Collaborative Design using Augmented Reality – Tor Gjøsæter (Bergen University)

Day 2
9:30 AM-11:00 AM – Keynote 2 – Computational Social Choice - Prof. Ulle Endriss (University of Amsterdam)
11:00 AM-11.30 AM – Coffee break
11:30 AM – 1 PM – Session 3: Social Networks: Theory and Analysis
1. Statistical properties of portals' users activity – Anna Chmiel, Kamila Kowalska and Janusz Ho造st (Warsaw University of Technology)
2. Social Network Analysis Supporting Collaborative Knowledge Building – Weiqin Chen (Bergen University)
3. Fine partitioning of 2-connected components using Fiedler vector – Jiri Dvorsky (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava)
1 PM – 2:30 PM – Lunch break
2:30 PM – 4 PM – Session 4: Trust and Fairness
1. On Principles of Fair Resource Allocation for Importance Weighted Agents – W這dzimierz Ogryczak (Warsaw University of Technology)
2. Trading Anonymity for Influence in Open Communities Voting Schemata – Marco Viviani and Ernesto Damiani (The University of Milan)
3:30PM-5PM - Polish-Norwegian Research Session

Day 3
9:30 AM-11:00 AM – Keynote 3 – Reasoning about Cooperation – Prof. Thomas Ågotnes (Bergen University)
11:00 AM-11.30 AM – Coffee break
11:30 AM – 1 PM – Session 5: Web Mining and Social Simulation
1. Web site description based on Genres and Web design patterns – Milos Kudelka (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava), Vaclav Snasel (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava), Zdenek Horak (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava) and Ajith Abraham (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
2. On Mining and Social Role Discovery in Internet Forums – Miko豉j Morzy (Pozna University of Technology)
3. Patterns in Time: Modelling Schedules in Social Networks – Aleksander Wawer, Rados豉w Nielek and Romuald Kotowski (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology)
1 PM – 2:30 PM – Lunch break
2:30 PM – 4 PM - Panel: What is social informatics?
4PM - Closing