June 26-29, 2013 6th Annual Political Networks Workshops & Conference Bloomington, IN
"Political Networks in an Interdisciplinary World":  Polnet 2013 @ Indiana University

NSF-sponsored Workshops

TERGM Workshop

We plan to offer eight short training courses for both beginner and advanced participants during the first two days of our annual meeting. Instruction and travel fellowships to attend these workshops are provided with generous support from the National Science Foundation.

Day 1 (June 26) Day 2 (June 27)
Morning (8:30 am- 12:30 pm): Morning (8:30 am-12:30pm):
Introduction to Social Network Analysis (Michael Heaney, University of Michigan) Visualizing Networks with the Science of Science (Sci2) Tool (Ted Polley, Indiana University)
Introduction to Social Network Analysis with UCINET (Steve Borgatti, University of Kentucky) TERGM: Exponential Random Graph Models for Dynamic Network Data (Bruce Desmarais, University of Massachusetts)
   
Afternoon (1-5 pm): Afternoon (1-5 pm):
Exponential Family Random Graph Models for Social Networks (Carter Butts, UC Irvine) Strategic Network Formation (Frank Page, Indiana University)
Mining Data from Social Media (Derek Ruths, McGill University) Social Influence Field Experiments in Networks: Models and considerations (David Nickerson, University of Notre Dame)