The Workshop gives you a chance to see emergent computational work in the social sciences, to learn new methodological tools, to meet leading computational researchers from around the
world, and to forge connections with faculty and students across campus.
This weekly workshop highlights the work of those pioneering data science analytical techniques and social science and computation methods while bringing together graduate students, post-docs, and faculty all working at the nexus of computation and big, social science questions. The workshop also allows regular participants to share works in progress for feedback, fosters robust dialogue between young scholars in these emerging fields, and showcases local scholars leading pedagogical seminars on new papers or methods.
You can join our official listserv here. Students in the Masters of Computational Social Science program are expected to attend and join the discussion by posting a comment on the first issues
page of the workshop’s public repository.