Social Simulations and Supercomputers

October 29, 2018, Tokyo, Japan

October 29 (Monday)

Time Name Title
Time Name Title
–10:00 Opening
10:00–10:40 (Invited) Kimmo Kaski Social Physics: Data-Driven and Computational Discoveries of Human Social Connectome
10:40–11:00 Jun'ichi Ozaki Estimation of sales decrease caused by disaster: Hokkaido blackout after earthquake in 2018
11:00–11:20 Ryo Hamawaki Chain Bankruptcy Size in Inter-bank Network: the Effects of Asset Price Volatility and the Network Structure
11:20–11:40 Norihiro Maruyama Dynamic Organization of Flocking Behaviors in a Large Scale Boids Model
11:40–12:00 Shih-Chieh Wang On principal eigenpair of temporal-joined ajacency matrix for spreading phenomenon
12:00–13:30 Lunch break
13:30–14:10 (Invited) Hang-Hyun Jo Characterization of correlated bursts for temporal networks
14:10–14:30 Yasuhiro hashimoto Growth Dynamics of Pairwise Novelty in Social Annotation
14:30–14:50 Mikaela Irene D. Fudolig Uncovering intimate and casual relationships from mobile phone communication
14:50–15:10 Abhijit Chakraborty Exponential random graph models for the Japanese bipartite network of banks and firms
15:10–15:30 Yuichi Kichikawa Visualization of a directed network with focus on its hierarchy and circularity
15:30–16:00 Coffee break
16:00–16:20 Hiromitsu Goto Practicality evaluation of stochastic model on networks for the real economy simulation
16:20–16:40 Wataru Souma Enhanced news sentiment analysis using deeplearning methods
16:40–17:00 Hazem Krichene Tie-formation process within the communities of the Japanese production network: Application of an exponential random graph model
17:00–17:20 Naoki Yoshioka Macroscopic fundamental diagram in simple street networks
17:20–17:40 Daigo Umemoto Large scale parallel execution of urban scale traffic simulation and its performance on K computer
17:40– Closing