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Boleslaw Szymanski and Ananthram Swami Elected to IEEE Steering Committee of Journal

Mar. 26, 2013: IEEE approved a new Transactions on Network Science and Engineering to be published starting in 2014. SCNARC Director, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski and the ARL Lead for IRC, Dr. Ananthram Swami have been elected to the Steering Committee of the journal. (more)

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SCNARC Community Detection Algorithm featured on Atelier

Mar. 19, 2013: Atelier, a French website devoted to informing a broad audience on technological innovations important for industries, published an article about the SCNARC community detection algorithm authored by Jierui Xie and Boleslaw Szymanski. The original site in French can be found here, and it's edited Google translation in English here. (more)

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SCNARC Director Invited as Speaker at the Workshop on Complex Networks

Feb. 28, 2013: Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski, the Director of the Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center at RPI, is an invited speaker at the 4th Workshop on Complex Networks in Berlin, Germany. His talk titled "Impact of Social Networks on Human Mobility and Consensus" will be presented on March 15, 2013. The abstract of this talk is available here. (more)

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The AAAS session with SCNARC speakers featured in The Economist

Feb. 25, 2013: The American Association for the Advancement for Science session with SCNARC speakers was featured in The Economist article that discusses the impact of this research on social sciences. The article is available here. (more)

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SCNARC members presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Feb. 20, 2013: SCNARC members presented at the American Association for Advancement of Science (publisher of Science Magazine) Annual Meeting on the Beauty and Benefits of Science. One of the invited symposiums, titled: "Predictability: From Physical to Data Sciences" was organized by Prof. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, and two of the six invited speakers are also member of SCNARC. Dr. Chaoming Song was speaking on Limits of Predictability in Human Mobility (research that currently contributes to task Q3), and Prof. (more)