eSoN Overview Slides

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2nd Workshop on the Analyzing and Improving Collaborative eScience with Social Networks. At IEEE eScience 2012.
http://www.ci.uchicago.edu/eson2012/

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eSoN Overview Slides

  1. 1. h<p://www.facebook.com/events/231066173673013/   Analyzing  and  Improving   Collabora3ve  eScience  with  Social   Networks  (eSoN  12)       Kyle  Chard,  Tanu  Malik,  Simon  Caton,    Wei  Tan   Sponsors:   www.ci.anl.gov  h<p://www.ci.uchicago.edu/eson2012/   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  2. 2. Social  Networking   •  Social  Networks   –  Ubiquitous:  Facebook  recently  surpassed  1  billion  users   –  Represent  mostly  pre-­‐exisPng  real  world  relaPonships   •  Explicit  and  implicit  networks  underpin  all  forms  of   (scienPfic)  collaboraPon   –  ApplicaPon  Portals,  Social  network  apps/pages   o  MyExperiment,    NanoHUB,    progress  thru  processors   –  Researcher  social  networks   o  VIVO,  ResearchGate,  iamResearcher     –  Co-­‐authorship,  grants,  scholar  networks     o  Mendley,  Google  Scholar,    DBLP,  NSF/EU   www.ci.anl.gov  2   h<p://www.ci.uchicago.edu/eson2012/   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  3. 3. Wokshop  Goals  and  Themes   •  Bring  together  interdisciplinary  researchers   –  Computer  science,  sociology,  economics   •  Establish  a  community  of  researchers  studying   social  networking  and  collaboraPon  in  science   •  Major  themes   1.  Using  social  networks  for  collaboraPve  eScience   o  Applying  social  networking  concepts  in  science     o  New  forms  of  collaboraPve  compuPng  and  sharing   2.  Analyzing  collaboraPon  through  social  networks   o  ExtracPon  of  networks  from  scienPfic  acPviPes   o  Measurement  and  analysis  through  social  networks   www.ci.anl.gov  3   h<p://www.ci.uchicago.edu/eson2012/   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  4. 4. 10:00  -­‐  10:05   Workshop  Introduc3on   Keynote:  Research  Discovery,  Social  Networks  and  VIVO  10:05  -­‐  11:00   Mike  Conlon,  Associate  Director  and  Chief  Opera7ng  Officer,  UF  Clinical  and  Transla7onal  Science  Ins7tute   ExSciTecH:  Expanding  Volunteer  Compu3ng  to  Explore  Science,  Technology,  and  Health.  11:00-­‐  11:30   Michael  Matheny,  Samuel  Schlachter,  Lindsey  Crouse,  Edward  Kimmel,  Trilce  Estrada,  Marcel  Schumann,   Roger  Armen,  Gary  ZoppeI  and  Michela  Taufer   RunMyCode.org:  a  novel  dissemina3on  and  collabora3on  plaPorm  for  execu3ng  published  11:30  -­‐  12:00   computa3onal  results.   Victoria  Stodden,  Christophe  Hurlin  and  Christophe  Perignon  12:00  -­‐  13:30   Break   A  Satellite  Data  Portal  Developed  for  Crowdsourcing  Data  Analysis  and  Interpreta3on.  13:30  -­‐  14:00   Zhenghui  Hu  and  Wenjun  Wu   g-­‐Social:  Enhancing  Integrated  e-­‐Science  Tools  with  Social  Networking  Func3onality.  14:00  -­‐  14:30   Andriani  Stylianou,  Nicholas  Loulloudes  and  Marios  D.  Dikaiakos   Experiences  in  the  Design  and  Implementa3on  of  a  Social  Cloud  for  Volunteer  Compu3ng.    14:30  -­‐  15:00   Ryan  Chard,  Kris  Bubendorfer  and  Kyle  Chard  15:00  -­‐  15:30   Break   Towards  a  quan3ta3ve  academic  interna3onaliza3on  assessment  of  Brazilian  research  groups.  15:30  -­‐  16:00   Evelyn  Perez  Cervantes,  Jesus  Mena-­‐Chalco  and  Roberto  Cesar   Towards  the  Gamifica3on  of  Well-­‐being  Measures.  16:00  -­‐  16:30   Margeret  Hall,  Steven  O.  Kimbrough,  Chris7an  Haas,  Christof  Weinhardt  and  Simon  Caton  16:30  –  17:00   4   Summary  and  Discussion   www.ci.anl.gov   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  5. 5. Facebook  Event  QR  Code  (Again)   www.ci.anl.gov  5   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  6. 6. Key  Themes  Today   •  How  can  Social  Networks  aid  in  parPcipaPon  in   Science  and  Volunteer  CompuPng?   •  Exploring  scienPfic  networks,  collaboraPons  and   connecPons   •  Are  scienPfic  communiPes  healthy?   •  Game  sefngs  as  social  incenPves  for   parPcipaPon  in  eScience   •  Social  disseminaPon  plagorms  for  eScience   •  Social  Network  plagorms  as  tools  for  eScience   www.ci.anl.gov  6   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  7. 7. New  TCSC  Technical  Area   •  Social  Media,  Social  Networks  and  Social   CompuPng   •  Looking  for  Steering  Commi<ee  Members   •  Sub-­‐Area  Coordinators   •  Helpers  for  various  tasks,  e.g.  publicity,  website   etc.   •  Interested?  Contact  Simon:   simon.caton@kit.edu   www.ci.anl.gov  7   www.ci.uchicago.edu  
  8. 8. Next  Events   •  eSoN  #3:  Planned  2nd  half  of  2013   –  PotenPally  at  eScience  2013,  Social  CompuPng  2013   –  SuggesPons?   •  3rd  IEEE  SCA  and  CGC     www.ci.anl.gov  8   www.ci.uchicago.edu  

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