Speaker: James Moody, Duke University
Jim Moody’s research focuses on social networks in multiple contexts such as friendships among adolescents, the correspondence between social networks and neighborhood, the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, and social relations on the Internet. Moody is very interested in extending network techniques to large-scale social networks (1000s of nodes), which includes developing efficient methods for sampling networks, and identifying how social networks change over time.
Lecture presented by the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications
Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by ICeNSA and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts’ Henkels Lectures with support from the College of Engineering, College of Science, Mendoza College of Business, Department of Anthropology, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Department of Economics and Econometrics, Management Department, Department of Physics, Department of Sociology, Center for the Study of Social Movements, Center for Research on Educational Opportunity, and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
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