CSH team leader Fariba Karimi together with Samuel Martin-Gutierrez (CSH), Eun Lee (Pukyong National University), and Young-Ho Eom (University of Seoul) organized this virtual Satellite within the framework of the NetSci 2022 Conference, which takes place online and onsite in Shanghai in July 2022.
Time: 11:00 am – 4:20 pm CEST
About the Satellite:
Network inequality describes the formation and evolution of inequalities and biases caused by connectivity patterns. While the importance of structural inequality has been growing in our on/offline lives, and the study of its causes and implications permeates multiple research fields, the scientific discussion around it has been mostly restricted to each discipline.
This satellite will be an excellent opportunity to get a holistic picture of structured inequalities by bringing together experts from various areas, including theoretical network science, anthropology, analytical social science, experimental psychology, fairness community in computer science, complex systems, and computational social science.
Suresh Venkatasubramanian, Brown University
Kristina Lerman, Univ of Southern California
Eleanor A. Power, London School of Economics and Political Science
Milena Tsvetkova, London School of Economics and Political Science
Hang-Hyun Jo, University of Korea
Panayiotis Tsaparas, University of Ionnina (Greece)
Alexander J. Stewart, University of St. Andrews (GB)
Sadamori Kojaku, Indiana University (USA)