I recently went to the excellent GESIS CSS Winter Symposium in Cologne. The symposium was brilliantly organized by Markus Strohmaier, who has grown it into a major Computational Social Science event (this year 290 participants) within a very short time. So many interesting people to talk to!
My talk was about Fundamental Structures of Complex Social Network and based on forthcoming work with Vedran Sekara. I had a nice timeslot and received lots of Twitter love (reproduced below for easy access), which – I have to admit – feels pretty darn great when you’ve worked hard to create some exciting science!