Invited Speaker

 

Danube Univ. Krems Austria

Peter Parycek

Peter Parycek

Danube Univ. Krems Austria

Presentation Title
European Open Government Data (OGD) Policies & Governance Frameworks

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 14:00~14:40

 

Marko M. Skoric

Marko M. Skoric

Marko M. Skoric

City Univ. of Hong Kong S.A.R

Presentation Title
Social Media & Public Opinion: What We Already Know and What We Need to Learn

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 17:40~18:20

 

Meeyoung Cha

Meeyoung Cha

Meeyoung Cha

KAIST, Korea

Presentation Title
Propagation Phenomena in Large Social Networks

Date & Time
December 12th, 2014 13:40~14:20

 

Nasir Sheikh

Nasir Sheikh

Nasir Sheikh

SUNY Korea, USA

Presentation Title
Societal Success in the New Economy

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 13:20~14:00

 

Wouter van Atteveldt

Wouter van Atteveldt

Wouter Van Atteveldt

VU Univ. Amsterdam Netherlands

Presentation Title
New data, old questions: using new methods to analyse press and politics

Date & Time
December 12th, 2014 11:40~12:20

 

Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki

Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki

Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki

Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan

Presentation Title
A New Era in Japan Election Campaigning? Perspectives on ‘Big Data’ and Social Media Use in Japan’s Electoral Landscape

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 11:20~12:00

 

Hyejin Youn

Hyejin Youn

Hyejin Youn

Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford UK

Presentation Title
Invention as a Combinatorial Process of Technological Change

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 14:40~15:20

 

Kimmo Kaski

Kimmo Kaski

Kimmo Kaski

Aalto University Finland

Presentation Title
Computational Social Science: Analysis and Modeling of Human Sociality

Date & Time
December 12th, 2014 10:20~11:00

 

Heeyoon Choi

Heeyoon Choi

Heeyoon Choi

KISTI, Korea

Presentation Title
Today and Future of S&T Information Service in Korea : KISTI Service 3.0

Date & Time
December 11th, 2014 17:00~17:40

 

Janghyun Kim

Janghyun Kim

Janghyun Kim

SUNGKYUNKWAN UNIVERSITY , Korea

Presentation Title
What Links Tell Us: A Dialectics of Dependency

Date & Time
December 12th, 2014 11:00~11:40


  A growing body of research suggests that information, knowledge, and innovation increasingly emerge at the interstices of of collaborating individuals, groups, and organizations. Theoretically, a triple helix of university-industry-government relations exemplifies efforts to understand how institutional arrangements and communication flows induce emergent knowledge-intensive clusters and networked innovations. Practically, “Government 3.0” in South Korea is an attempt to support ‘creative economy’ by promoting the sharing of public information and fostering collaborations among various stakeholders. Understanding how such data affects society broadly defined is the purpose of this conference.

◊ Workshops will be announced shortly

 

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