Unizar: Techniques of Citizen Participation

Yesterday I went to Zaragoza. In principle, to be back at my hometown shouldn’t be news. However, this was a very special occasion since this time I came to serve as an invited lecturer at Universidad de Zaragoza (my alma mater). My lecture was part of the University Extension Certification in Citizen Participation Techniques, a course … More Unizar: Techniques of Citizen Participation

International School and Conference on Network Science 2015

Also this week, the article “Interactions of Cultures and Top People of Wikipedia from Ranking of 24 Language Editions” by my colleagues Young-Ho Eom, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Sebastiano Vigna, Dima L. Shepelyansky and me will be presented in Netsci 2015, the flagship conference on Complex Networks promoted by the NetSci Society. In this talk, I will … More International School and Conference on Network Science 2015

NetSci Backstage satellite

Today, I’m participating as as speaker at the NetSci Backstage satellite with the presentation “The missing link between Network Science and the Social Media Monitoring industry“. The aim of this contributed talk is to suggest that the strength of the link between Network Science and the Social Media Monitoring industry is crucial for the social comprehension of social … More NetSci Backstage satellite

Cambio de aires

El abandono del blog puede derivar en que ya nadie lea esta entrada, pero sigo siendo optimista. La mayoría de los hipóteticos lectores sabrán que recientemente cambié los ventosos desiertos de Zaragoza por las soleadas playas de Barcelona. Una de las principales razones de esta decisión fue profesional y ha conducido a tener que adaptarse … More Cambio de aires