Related Event: Duncan Watts – Oct. 25, 5-7pm

From McGill’s Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science (http://www.mcgill.ca/cscds/):

Join us on the evening of October 25th at the McGill Faculty Club for a keynote and reception to celebrate the official launch of the Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science.
Exciting ideas and research happen when social and cultural questions are brought together with computational and quantitative methods.  The newly-formed Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science is a new home for students and faculty interested in these exciting frontiers.  Come learn about the new centre, its activities over the past year, and how you can join this vibrant interdisciplinary community.
  • When? October 25, 2017 from 5-7 PM
  • Where? McGill Faculty Club Ballroom
  • Keynote on “Computational Social Science: Exciting Progress and Future Challenges” presented by Duncan Watts, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, founding member of MSR-NYC lab, bestselling author, and pioneer of computational social science.
For more information and to RSVP, visit the link below
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