Predicting popularity of online content in social media at Stanford

In August 2017 Dr. Tomasz Trzciński from Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) is going to visit Stanford University. During his stay he will focus on researching methods for predicting popularity of online content in social media. The researcher will work at estimating the popularity of visual content, such as images or videos, using social and visual cues. Using machine learning […]

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RENOIR Project results presented at EC2017 & FENS2017

WUT team is going to present RENOIR Project results at the upcoming joint event Econophysics Colloquium (EC) 2017 & Physics in Economy and Social Sciences (FENS) 2017. Joint conferences are held at Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, 5-7 July 2017, Warsaw, Poland. Young WUT researchers will present their posters, i.a.: Jan Chołoniewski, How are World Events Similar […]

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Balancing Speed and Coverage by Sequential Seeding in Complex Networks – Scientific Reports

New paper from project team published in Scientific Reports. Jankowski, J., Bródka, P., Kazienko, P., Szymanski, B. K., Michalski, R., & Kajdanowicz, T. (2017). Balancing Speed and Coverage by Sequential Seeding in Complex Networks. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 891. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-00937-8 Information spreading in complex networks is often modeled as diffusing information with certain probability from nodes […]

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Project Coordinator working on Twitter coevolution at Stanford University

Professor Janusz Hołyst, Coordinator of RENOIR Project has visited Stanford University between April and May 2017.  He worked on Twitter coevolution together with another researcher from Warsaw University of Technology in Stanford Network Analysis Project (SNAP) group.       Please follow and like us:

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STA journalists sharing their knowledge with PWR researchers

Between April and May 2017 two other journalists from Slovenian Press Agency, STA are devising new SciCup challenge for students as part of RENOIR Project. They are also testing tools, discussing data sets and updating list of media outlets at Politechnika Wrocławska, PWR. On the photo with PWR researchers, who have just come back from their secondments […]

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Analysis of Twitter data at Stanford University

Joanna Toruniewska- an early stage researcher from Warsaw University of Technology has been seconded to  Stanford University between March and June 2017. Joanna is working on analysis of Twitter data, aiming to better understand the impact of user’s interests on Follows/Unfollows and extending the current model of this behavior developed previously by researchers at Stanford University. Please […]

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JSI researchers at Winter School on Complexity Science 2017

Two researchers from Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) actively participated at Winter School on Complexity Science 2017 organised by Complexity Institute at Nanyang Technology University,  which took place in the beginning of March in Singapore. Afterwards, the researchers applied complexity science methods on the dataset they are working on in scope of their research. Please follow and like us:

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Video lecture from the Winter School on Complexity Science 2017

The recordings of Winter School on Complexity Science 2017 organised by Complexity Institute at  Nanyang Technological University were filmed, edited and published at Videolectures.NET.  Filming of the NTU Winter School 2017 was made possible by the Renoir Project. Please follow and like us:

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