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Keynote Speakers


Keynote Speaker

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Keynote Speakers


Keynote Speaker

We are pleased to welcome as the keynote speaker for ASNAC 2017 Professor Philippa Pattison.

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A quantitative psychologist by background, Professor Pattison began her academic career at the University of Melbourne. The primary focus of her research is the development and application of mathematical and statistical models for social networks and network processes.

Her work has broad application and has most recently focussed on the transmission of infectious diseases and the recovery of communities following the 2009 Victorian bushfires.

She was elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in 1995, and in 2002 she received the International Network for Social Network Analysis Simmel Award.

Professor Pattison was named on the Queen’s Birthday 2015 Honours List as an Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to higher education, particularly through contributions to the study of social network modelling, analysis and theory, and to university leadership.

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Topics


Topics

Topics


Topics

The session topics will include, but are not limited to, networks and organisations, health, networked innovation, social media, social enterprise, communities and networks, networks and teams, network governance, network visualisation and network methods.

Venue and Accommodation


Venue and

Accommodation

Venue and Accommodation


Venue and

Accommodation

The 2nd Annual Australian Social Network Analysis Conference will be held at

The University of Sydney, Charles Perkins Lecture Theatre,

Camperdown NSW 2006

 
The Charles Perkins Lecture Theatre (CPC Lecture Theatre) is adjacent to University Oval No 1, close to Parramatta Road

The Charles Perkins Lecture Theatre (CPC Lecture Theatre) is adjacent to University Oval No 1, close to Parramatta Road

Getting there

The University of Sydney is close to buses and trains. Redfern train station is a 25-minute walk via Abercrombie Street and Central station is a 35-minute walk along City Road and George Street to the Charles Perkins Centre; buses to and from Central are frequent and easy to catch from Parramatta Road or City Road. You will need to purchase an Opal card for travel.

There are two main entrances to the University campus: one is just past Victoria Park where Broadway becomes Parramatta Road; the other is on City Road at the corner of Butlin Avenue. The Charles Perkins Lecture Theatre is a 10 minutes walk through the campus.  

If coming from interstate, you can catch the T2 Airport Line from the Sydney Domestic and Sydney International trains stations to Central Station which will take 8 minutes and cost approx $17. A taxi from the airport will be approx. $60

Accommodation

The closest accommodation to the Charles Perkins Lecture Theatre is Rydges Camperdown. There are a number of serviced apartments around the Camperdown area.

Local serviced apartments you may want to consider are:  The Urban Newtown or Quality Apartments Camperdown

 

Food and drink

Lunch and morning/afternoon tea will be provided for all conference participants. Please let us know if you have special dietary requirements. On Tuesday night, 28th November 2017, we will host the poster session between 5:00pm – 7:00pm, which will be accompanied by drinks and finger food.

 

 

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Local Organising Committee


Local Organising Committee

Local Organising Committee


Local Organising Committee

Conference Chair

Dr. Petr Matous (University of Sydney)

Organising Committee

Project Management/Complex Systems Research Group (University of Sydney)

ASNAC 2017 Sponsors

Project Management Program, Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Sydney