On Monday, Dec 17, 2012 I gave a talk at the SONIC lab at Northwestern’s Evanston Campus. The SONIC Lab (Science of Networks in Communities Lab) is a research group under the direction of Noshir Contractor that works on “social network theories, methods, and tools to better understand and meet the needs of diverse communities.”
I spoke about recent work by myself and my collaborators on the mean-field model for large social networks. It was a great opportunity to both present the model and get feedback from the SONIC group.
You can check out the talk here with slides and audio. For info about the talk see – http://sonic.northwestern.edu/julie-birkholz-to-present-in-the-sonic-speaker-series/.