Birkholz, J.M., D. Deichmann, P. Groenewegen & E. Horlings (under review) Context, Network, & Performance: Contingencies of Successful Collaboration Networks.
Vukasovic, M., J.M. Birkholz & Brankovic, J. (in press) Is the Europe of knowledge the talk of the town? Higher education in the European Parliament. European Journal of Education.
Hasanefendic, S., J.M. Birkholz, H. Horta, & P. van der Sijde (2017)
Individuals in action: bringing about innovation in higher education. European Journal of Higher Education 7.2: 101-119.
Birkholz, J.M. & R. Shields (2017). The Network Paradigm in Higher Education. Theory and Method in Higher Education Research. Emerald Publishing Limited, 215-226.
Birkholz, J.M., M. Seeber & Kim Holmberg (2015) Drivers of higher education institutions’ visibility: a study of UK HEIs social media use vs. organizational. ISSI.
Moser C., J.M. Birkholz, D. Deichmann, I. Hellsten & S. Wang (2013) Exploring Ideation: Knowledge Development in Science Through the Lens of Semantic and Social Networks. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Birkholz, J. M., S. Wang, P. Groth & S. Magliacane (2013) Who are we talking about?: identifying scientific populations online. In J. Li et al. (eds.), Semantic Web and Web Science, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, see: DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-6880-6 21.
Birkholz, J.M., R. Bakhshi, R. Harige, M. van Steen & P. Groenewegen (2012) Scalable Analysis for Large Social Networks: the data-aware mean-field approach. Social Informatics, 406-419.
Birkholz J.M. (2015). Modi Operandi of Social Network Dynamics. The Effect on Context of Scientific Collaboration Networks. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit. See: http://dare.ubvu.vu.nl/handle/1871/52790
Birkholz, J.M. & M. Van Remoortel. Linked Data as method: Networks and the Periodical. Is conditionally accepted for the upcoming special issue on Digital Approaches Towards Serial Publications in the Journal for European Periodical Studies.
Deichmann, D., J.M. Birkholz, C. Moser, A. Nerghes, P. Groenewegen & S. Wang. Ideas with Impact: How Centrality in a Content Network Shapes Idea Diffusion.
Presentations and Posters
Birkholz, J.M. & M. Van Remoortel (September 2017) Linked Data as method: Networks and the Periodical at the Meeting on Digital approaches towards serial publications (18th–20th centuries) at the Royal Academies for Sciences and Arts of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium.
Birkholz, J.M., C. Moser, D. Deichmann, P. Groenewegen & S. Wang (September 2015) To Jump or not to Jump in at the Deep End: The Emergence of Successful Ideas from Social and Content Networks, at VU University Amsterdam Workshop on “Research advances in social and semantic networks”.
Birkholz, J.M. (September 2015) Network of Higher Education Institutions: A Social Network Approach to the Study of Governance Arrangements, at CHER 2015.
Brankovic, J., J.M. Birkholz & M. Vukasovic (September 2015) Is the Europe of Knowledge the Talk of the Town? Higher Education in the European Parliament, at CHER 2015.
Hasanefendic, S., J.M. Birkholz, H. Horto, & P. van der Sijde (September 2015) Networked Academic Leadership in Higher Education Innovation: Relational Aspects of Institutional Entrepreneurs, at CHER 2015.
Birkholz, J.M., D. Deichmann, P. Groenewegen, & E. Horlings (June 2015) Context, Network, & Performance: Contingencies of Successful Collaboration Networks, at Sunbelt Social Network Analysis Conference XXXV, Brighton, UK.
Birkholz, J.M., D. Ydel, R. Bakhshi & P. Groenewegen (June 2015) Considering context: recasting the SIENA model to consider contextual factors as determinants to social network structures, at Sunbelt Social Network Analysis Conference XXXV, Brighton, UK.
Birkholz, J.M. (2015) Talk of Europe & Higher Education, at the Talk of Europe Creative Camp March 2015.
Birkholz, J.M. (2014) Collaboration’s many forms: context, networks and performance, at the Workshop on Research Funding and the Dynamics of Science, by Research Network 24 – Sociology of Science and Technology Network (SSTNET) of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University, The Netherlands.
Birkholz, J.M., A. Lungeanu, R. Bakhshi, P. Groenewegen, M. van Steen & N. Contractor (2014) Methodological Specifications for Application of the Mean-field Model for Large Scale Social Networks. Presentation, at Sunbelt Social Network Analysis Conference, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
Moser, C., J.M. Birkholz, D. Deichmann, P. Groenewegen & S. Wang (2013) The Emergence of Successful Ideas from Social and Content Networks, at Sunbelt Social Network Analysis Conference, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
Birkholz, J.M. (2012) Scalable Analysis for Large Social Networks. Presentation as part of the SONIC speaker series, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA see: http://sonic.northwestern.edu/julie-birkholz-to-present-in-the-sonic-speaker-series/.
Birkholz, J.M., P. Groenewegen & P. Groth (2012) The Role of Status in Team Formation in Science. Poster at the NetSci Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA.
Birkholz, J.M., M. de Klepper, P. Groenewegen & P. Groth (2011) Dynamics of scientific collaboration networks. Presentation at Sunbelt Social Network Analysis Conference, Palm Springs, FL, USA.
Birkholz, J.M. & S. Wang (2011) Who are we talking about?: the validity of online metrics for commenting on science. Presentation at the Altmetrics Workshop at the WebSci Conference, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany.