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A paper on "Influence of Personal Preferences on Link Dynamics in Social Networks," by A. Bahulkar, B.K. Szymanski, N. Chawla, O. Lizardo & K. Chan was published in Complexity, vol. 2017:4543563.

Sep. 20, 2017: A paper on "Influence of Personal Preferences on Link Dynamics in Social Networks," by Ashwin Bahulkar, Boleslaw K. Szymanski, Nitesh Chawla, Omar Lizardo and Kevin Chan was published in Complexity, 2017:4543563. The paper studies a unique network dataset including periodic surveys and electronic logs of dyadic contacts via smartphones. (more)

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On September 5, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented ICM and Warsaw University seminar entitled "Social Networks through the Prism of Cognition"

Sep. 08, 2017: On September 5, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented an invited talk entitled "Social Networks through the Prism of Cognition" for ICM and Warsaw University. (more)

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On June 2nd, 2017, B.K. Szymanski presented a keynote entitled "Large Scale Community Detection in Social and Bio-Medical Networks" at the IEEE Parallel & DistributedProcessing for Computational Social Systems (ParSocial 2017) Orlando, FL see link below.

Jun. 05, 2017: On Friday, June 2nd, 2017, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented  the keynote entitled "Large Scale Community Detection in Social and Bio-Medical Networks" at the IEEE Parallel and Distributed Processing for Computational Social Systems (ParSocial 2017), part of the IPDPS2017 Conference in Orlando, Florida. (more)

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Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented an invited talk on "Social Networks and Influence through the Prism of Cognition" at the research seminar of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Temple University, Philadelphia. PA.

May. 05, 2017: On May 4, 2917, Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski presented an invited talk on "Social Networks and Influence through the Prism of Cognition" at the research seminar of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Temple University, Philadelphia. PA. The talk demonstrates how human cognition impacts influence in social networks. (more)