CNetS @ NetSci 2020

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CNetS students, postdocs, and faculty members will give 7 regular talks and present 13 posters at NetSci 2020, held online this year due to COVID-19. Regular talks will cover research on many topics including COVID-19, forecasting social contagion of anti-vax ideas, political bias in social media, coordinated manipulation online, the scientific development of nations, hierarchy in faculty hiring networks, and citation cartels in journals.

NetSci is the flagship conference for network science, bringing together researchers from computer and information sciences, physics, mathematics, statistics, the life sciences, medicine, food science, neuroscience, environmental sciences, social sciences, finance and business, arts and design. The first NetSci conference was organized by CNetS and held here in Bloomington in 2006, and with IUNI we also hosted NetSci 2017.