Submit your micro presentation for CUDAN satellite at NetSci, and I get to keynote yay :D

NetSci is an awesome conference. Everyone interested in network science can find something of interest there. Max Schich and colleagues have established a long tradition of hosting art and humanities satellite events to NetSci: my kinda thing! This year, there will be a cultural data analytics satellite at this virtual event, and I get to do a tiny micro keynote, yay 😀

Submit a single slide by 15/09/2020

Conference date: 20/09/2020

Call, via Max Schich:

Dear Friends of Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks at NetSci,

The CUDAN satellite on Cultural Analysis at NetSci2020 will take the format of an “inverted conference session” to maximize Salon-style personal interaction. To participate, we ask you to submit a single slide by 2020-09-15 to The symposium will happen on Sunday 2020-09-20. Details can be found at The keynote will be presented by archaeologist Tom Brughmans (Arhus University). To participate you need to register for NetSci2020, at least for a day pass:

If you are on Twitter, please spread the word by retweeting this:

PS: This will likely be the last email from this account. I will transfer the AHCN contact list to the CUDAN Open Lab list, where we will post announcements related to our ongoing research on Cultural Data Analytics. The scope will be broader, aiming towards a systematic science of art and culture, including but not limited to NetSci relevant issues. If you are not interested, this is a good moment to unsubscribe from this list. The website of the CUDAN Open Lab is

Greetings, Max

Prof. Dr. Maximilian Schich
ERA Chair for Cultural Data Analytics at Tallinn University &


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