Seminar: Modeling Network Data (Summer 2013)
Date, time, and location of final presentations have been fixed (see below). 
This seminar is concerned with selected topics about network modeling. It is offered mostly for students and doctoral students in computer science, but feasible also for students in other course programs in which empirical network analysis is a relevant topic. Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about statistical data analysis. Many (but not all) topics require knowledge about statistical models for network data (for instance, from the lecture Network Modeling). 
Responsible: Jürgen Lerner
Dates and Times
Coordination Meeting  Tue 16 April 2013, 13:3015:00 h (s.t.) room: E 403 (single date) 
Presentations (I)  Tue 16 July 2013, 15:15  16:45 (s.t.) in Room C 421 
JanHendrik Hartig Statistical evaluation of algebraic constraints for social networks  
Qaiser Jamal A relational event framework for social action  
Deepika Banakar The multilevel p_{2} model 

Presentations (II)  Tue 16 July 2013, 17:00  18:30 (s.t.) in Room C 422 
Yash Nagar A separable model for dynamic networks 

Presentations (III)  Wed 17 July 2013, 15:15  16:45 (s.t.) in Room M 901 
Nitin Sharma Statistical analysis of longitudinal network data with changing composition  
Parinesh Baitule Discrete temporal models of social networks  
Anil Reddy Sama A model for the multiplex dynamics of twomode and onemode networks, with an application to employment preference, friendship, and advice 

Presentations (IV)  Wed 17 July 2013, 17:00  18:30 (s.t.) in Room M 901 
Zeeshan Ali Balouch Exponentialfamily random graph models for valued networks  
Nikhilesh Patil Statistical inference for valuededge networks: the generalized exponential random graph model  
Dhiraj Eadara Dynamic egocentric models for citation networks 
Material
Most documents are only locally accessible  see possibilities for remote access. Slides: coordination meeting (16 April 2013).