INSNA - Other Conferences

Other Conferences

Sixth International Workshop on Social Network Analysis ARS'17

ARS'17 is the sixth of a successful series. It aims at presenting the most relevant results and the most recent methodological developments in Social Network Research.


  • Vladimir Batagelj – University of Ljubljana
  • Elisa Bellotti – University of Manchester
  • Ulrich Brandes – University of Konstanz
  • Patrick Doreian – University of Pittsburgh and University of Ljubljana
  • Martin Everett – University of Manchester
  • Katherine Faust – University of California, Irvine
  • Anuska Ferligoj – University of Ljubljana
  • Rosa Figueiredo – Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse
  • Johan Koskinen – University of Manchester
  • Emmanuel Lazega – Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po)
  • Tom Snijders – University of Groningen and University of Oxford
  • Fabien Tarissan – CNRS France and ISP - Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan
  • Vincent Traag – CWTS, Leiden University
  • Aleš Žiberna – University of Ljubljana

The workshop aims:

  • to cover more of Social Network Analysis themes including application to different areas;
  • to deepen existing scientific cooperation between social network analysts;
  • to establish new cooperation between researchers;
  • to provide a multi-disciplinary forum for exchange of ideas;
  • to provide Ph.D. students and young researchers in the field of social network analysis with a forum for presenting their innovative work.

ARS'17 Scientific Committee invites anybody with an interest in the themes of the conference or related ones to submit a paper to the workshop.
The papers may include the following topics though not limited to them:

  • Clustering on networks: community detection, blockmodeling
  • Collaboration networks
  • Complex networks, Multiplex networks, Multilevel networks
  • Cultural networks
  • Dynamics and evolution patterns of large and complex networks
  • Economic and geographic networks
  • Issues in data collection
  • Knowledge and innovation networks
  • Methods for social and media analysis
  • Models for network data
  • Network analysis in human and social sciences
  • Network visualization
  • Political networks
  • Social movements and civic organization networks
  • Statistical methods for network analysis
  • Trade networks

The YoungARS group invites graduate and PhD students to submit a poster according to the paper submission deadlines.

Accepted posters will be included into the "speed poster session", a lightning talk to promote posters during the conference. They will also be enrolled into the competition for the Best Poster Award.

Follow the abstract submission system:

Connect with Us

Facebook Twitter

Our Mission

INSNA is the professional association for researchers interested in social network analysis. The association is a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Delaware and founded in 1977.


+1 (304) 208-8001 Tel
+1 (304) 523-9701 Fax

c/o JulNet Solutions, LLC
      1404 1/2 Adams Avenue
      Huntington, WV 25704