It is a pleasure to invite you to “Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM” a Flash Talks and Networking Symposium organized by the IDSC Social Systems Informatics Members. Social informatics includes modeling big behavioral data to understand human and non-human social interaction. Students working in psychology, education, geography, public health, or architecture; students studying sociality in model organisms; or students working on method development through computer science, mathematics, physics and engineering, may fall under the Social Systems Informatics umbrella.
This event offers an opportunity for post-doc, graduate (and advanced undergraduate) students across campuses to connect, share their research, and network with each other and with invited faculty.
Friday, September 21, 2018 | 4:00-6:00 PM
Ungar Building, Room 230C-D | RSVP Now
- Ice breaker
- Five-minute student flash talks (6x)
Guide for Presenters
We are calling all students who would like to present a flash talk. Presentations are maximum 5 minutes, followed by up to 5 minutes of questions. You may prepare a slide deck with a maximum of 5 slides. If interested in attending or presenting, please register.
Important dates for presenters:
- 9/14 Deadline to Register to be a Presenter
- 9/19 Presentation Slides Submission Deadline
- 9/21 Date of Presentation
For any questions regarding the event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you at Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM. This event is free and open to UM Faculty, Staff, and Students.
The Leonard and Jayne Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy
Arthur A. Ungar Building, Room 230C-D
1365 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146