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(Nearly)The End           Awards and Closing Remarks                     ICWSM-12 Chairs                            www.ic...
Awards
AwardsThanks to everyone whovoted!We have three awards:  Best paper  Best student paper  New! Best dataset
Best paper finalists Distributional Footprints of Deceptive          Grief-Stricken in a Crowd: The language of Product Rev...
Best paper award$500  Sponsored by GoogleThe Livehoods Project:Utilizing Social Media toUnderstand the Dynamics ofa City.J...
Best paper award$500  Sponsored by GoogleThe Emergence ofConventions in Online SocialNetworks.Farshad Kooti, Haeryun Yang,...
Shared dataset authorsZ Luo, Miles O and T Wang. Opinion Retrieval inTwitter.                                             ...
Shared dataset finalists Z Luo, Miles O and T Wang. Opinion Retrieval in Twitter.                                          ...
Best dataset award$250People are Strange When Youre aStranger: Impact and Influence of Botson Social NetworksLM Aiello, M D...
Links
ICWSM-12 NodeXL graphsMore at http://bit.ly/icwsmnodexl
Pic: Derek RuthsWe’d like to gather postersPlease email PDFs, PNGs, whatever toicwsm12@gmail.com
Stay in touch afterwardsGoogle Group at http://bit.ly/icwsmcom
ICWSM-13 bids by 1 JulySee instructions at http://bit.ly/icwsm13
Informal drinks later at 8 PMO’Neill’s, 36 Pearse St. http://bit.ly/o-neills(Note: error on printed program)
And finally, lots of thanks
Pic: Eric Luke, The Irish TimesThank you invited speakersAndrew Tomkins, Lada Adamic, Igor Perisic,Robin Dunbar, Fabrizio ...
Pic: Paul Watson, StoryfulThanks to all our presentersThose who presented at the main conference,also during our workshops...
Thank you organising teamSpecial thanks to Carol and Corina at AAAIand thanks to all of our PC members
Sincere thanks to sponsorsSFI, Google, Bing, Meet in Ireland, Tawlk, Yahoo!,Dejan SEO, Knoesis, IBM, Church & Duncan
Thanks to our participants• You are the ICWSM family• We look forward to our get together next year
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    1. 1. (Nearly)The End Awards and Closing Remarks ICWSM-12 Chairs www.icwsm.org
    2. 2. Awards
    3. 3. AwardsThanks to everyone whovoted!We have three awards: Best paper Best student paper New! Best dataset
    4. 4. Best paper finalists Distributional Footprints of Deceptive Grief-Stricken in a Crowd: The language of Product Reviews. Bereavement and Distress in Social Media. Song Feng, Longfei Xing, Anupam Gogar and Jed R. Brubaker, Funda Kivran-Swaine, Lee Yejin Choi. Taber, Gillian R. Hayes. Privacy in Interaction: Exploring Disclosure The Emergence of Conventions in Online and Social Capital in Facebook. Social Networks. Fred Stutzman, Jessica Vitak, Nicole B. Farshad Kooti, Haeryun Yang, Meeyoung Ellison , Rebecca Gray and Cliff Lampe. Cha, Krishna P. Gummadi, Winter A. Mason. The Livehoods Project: Utilizing Social Media So.cl: Interest Network for Informal Learning. to Understand the Dynamics of a City. Shelly D. Farnham, Michal Lahav, David Justin Cranshaw, Raz Schwartz, Jason Hong Raskino, Lili Cheng, Steven Ickman, Tom and Norman Sadeh. Laird-McConnell. Modeling Spread of Disease from Social Grassroots Professional Development: How Interactions. Teachers Use Twitter. Adam Sadilek, Henry Kautz and Vincent Andrea Forte, Melissa Humphreys, Thomas Silenzio. Park.
    5. 5. Best paper award$500 Sponsored by GoogleThe Livehoods Project:Utilizing Social Media toUnderstand the Dynamics ofa City.Justin Cranshaw, RazSchwartz, Jason Hong andNorman Sadeh.
    6. 6. Best paper award$500 Sponsored by GoogleThe Emergence ofConventions in Online SocialNetworks.Farshad Kooti, Haeryun Yang,Meeyoung Cha, Krishna P.Gummadi, Winter A. Mason.
    7. 7. Shared dataset authorsZ Luo, Miles O and T Wang. Opinion Retrieval inTwitter. Y He, C Lin, W Gao, and KF Wong. TrackingL Chen, W Wang, M Nagarajan, S Wang and AP Sentiment and Topic Dynamics from Social Media.Sheth. Extracting Diverse Sentiment Expressionswith Target-dependent Polarity from Twitter. D OCallaghan, M Harrigan, J Carthy, and P Cunningham. Network Analysis of RecurringJ Mahmud, J Nichols, and C Drews. Where is This YouTube Spam Campaigns.Tweet From? Inferring Home Locations of TwitterUsers. P Agarwal, R Vaithiyanathan, S Sharma, and G Shroff. Catching the Long-Tail: Extracting LocalL Rossi and M Magnani. Conversation Practices News Events from Twitter.and Network Structure in Twitter. FA Zamal, W Liu, and D Ruths. Homophily andLM Aiello, M Deplano, R Schifanella, and G Ruffo. Latent Attribute Inference: Inferring LatentPeople are Strange When Youre a Stranger: Attributes of Twitter Users from Neighbors.Impact and Influence of Bots on Social Networks. F Giglietto. If Likes Were Votes: An Empirical StudyJ Park, M Cha, H Kim, and J Jeong. Managing on the 2011 Italian Administrative Elections.Bad News in Social Media: A Case Study onDomino’s Pizza Crisis.
    8. 8. Shared dataset finalists Z Luo, Miles O and T Wang. Opinion Retrieval in Twitter. Y He, C Lin, W Gao, and KF Wong. Tracking L Chen, W Wang, M Nagarajan, S Wang and AP Sentiment and Topic Dynamics from Social Media. Sheth. Extracting Diverse Sentiment Expressions with Target-dependent Polarity from Twitter. D OCallaghan, M Harrigan, J Carthy, and P Cunningham. Network Analysis of Recurring J Mahmud, J Nichols, and C Drews. Where is This YouTube Spam Campaigns. Tweet From? Inferring Home Locations of Twitter Users. P Agarwal, R Vaithiyanathan, S Sharma, and G Shroff. Catching the Long-Tail: Extracting Local L Rossi and M Magnani. Conversation Practices News Events from Twitter. and Network Structure in Twitter. FA Zamal, W Liu, and D Ruths. Homophily and LM Aiello, M Deplano, R Schifanella, and G Ruffo. Latent Attribute Inference: Inferring Latent People are Strange When Youre a Stranger: Attributes of Twitter Users from Neighbors. Impact and Influence of Bots on Social Networks. F Giglietto. If Likes Were Votes: An Empirical Study J Park, M Cha, H Kim, and J Jeong. Managing on the 2011 Italian Administrative Elections. Bad News in Social Media: A Case Study on Domino’s Pizza Crisis.
    9. 9. Best dataset award$250People are Strange When Youre aStranger: Impact and Influence of Botson Social NetworksLM Aiello, M Deplano, R Schifanella, and GRuffo Mapped the entire aNobii social graph, both in terms of explicit structure as well as messaging structure These networks consist of 1.5 million and 670k edges “It was an impressive effort and a novel dataset”
    10. 10. Links
    11. 11. ICWSM-12 NodeXL graphsMore at http://bit.ly/icwsmnodexl
    12. 12. Pic: Derek RuthsWe’d like to gather postersPlease email PDFs, PNGs, whatever toicwsm12@gmail.com
    13. 13. Stay in touch afterwardsGoogle Group at http://bit.ly/icwsmcom
    14. 14. ICWSM-13 bids by 1 JulySee instructions at http://bit.ly/icwsm13
    15. 15. Informal drinks later at 8 PMO’Neill’s, 36 Pearse St. http://bit.ly/o-neills(Note: error on printed program)
    16. 16. And finally, lots of thanks
    17. 17. Pic: Eric Luke, The Irish TimesThank you invited speakersAndrew Tomkins, Lada Adamic, Igor Perisic,Robin Dunbar, Fabrizio Sestini
    18. 18. Pic: Paul Watson, StoryfulThanks to all our presentersThose who presented at the main conference,also during our workshops and tutorials
    19. 19. Thank you organising teamSpecial thanks to Carol and Corina at AAAIand thanks to all of our PC members
    20. 20. Sincere thanks to sponsorsSFI, Google, Bing, Meet in Ireland, Tawlk, Yahoo!,Dejan SEO, Knoesis, IBM, Church & Duncan
    21. 21. Thanks to our participants• You are the ICWSM family• We look forward to our get together next year
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