CyberEmotions conference

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January 29th, Tuesday

09:15 00:30:00 Oral Janusz A. Hołyst Collective emotions in Cyberspace, short review of Cyberemotions Project results  
09:45 00:45:00 Invited oral Arvid Kappas The Psychology of (Cyber)Emotions
10:30 00:45:00 Invited oral Bernard Rimé The social sharing of emotion
11:45 00:45:00 Invited oral Marina Santini How Emotional Are Users' Needs? Emotion in Query Logs
12:30 00:45:00 Oral Mike A. Thelwall Social web sentiment strength detection: methods and issues
14:15 00:30:00 Oral Magdalena Igras Dynamics of emotions in voice during real-life arguments
14:45 00:30:00 Oral Wojciech P. Jaworski Application of semantic spaces to sentiment analysis for words
15:15 00:45:00 Invited oral Yamir Moreno Online Networks and the Diffusion of Protests.
16:00 00:30:00 Oral Aaron Ben-Ze'ev The impact of cyberspace upon current society
16:30 00:30:00 Oral Julian M. Sienkiewicz Online discussions modelled by an evolving Ising-like dynamics

January 30th, Wednesday

09:00 00:30:00 Oral David Garcia A modelling framework for collective emotions in online communities
09:30 00:30:00 Oral Vladimir Gligorijević Patterns of Online Chats with Emotional Bots: Data Analysis and Agent-Based Simulations
10:00 00:30:00 Oral Anna Chmiel Transition due to preferential cluster growth of collective emotions in online communities
11:00 00:45:00 Invited oral Renaud Lambiotte Psychological Aspects of Social Communities
11:45 00:30:00 Oral Krzysztof Kułakowski The Simmel effect and babies names
12:15 00:30:00 Oral Paweł Sobkowicz A new model of individual opinion dynamics based on information and emotions
12:45 00:30:00 Oral Andrzej Grabowski Human behavior in online social networks
14:15 00:45:00 Oral Junghyun Ahn Facial asymmetry and affective communication in 3D Online Virtual Society
15:00 00:45:00 Oral Marcin Skowron Affective Dialogue Systems and Beyond - Interacting with Collective Emotions in E-communities
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