POPNET presents their work during Sunbelt Conference 2024

POPNET proudly joins the 44th edition of the Sunbelt Conference in Edinburgh from 24th June to June 30th 2024. The Sunbelt Conference is part of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), providing an interdisciplinary venue for social scientists, mathematicians, computer scientists, ethnologists, and others to present current work in the area of social networks.

Exploring Social Network Analysis

In alignment with POPNET’s aim to unlock longitudinal social network data on the Dutch population, this year theme of the Sunbelt 2024 is ‘Networks and Resilience’. Throughout the conference, various members of POPNET will give talks in the field of social network analysis. Social capital, network clustering, and family networks are just a few examples of the topics that will be covered at Sunbelt 2024.

Find below a list of the titles they will present during the conference:

  • 26 June, 14:30: “Is Social Capital Good for you?”, by Heemskerk, Eelke; Takes, Frank W. .
  • 26 June, 14:30: “Social Network Determinants of Economic Prosperity in a Longitudinal Population-scale Social Network”, by Kazmina, Yuliia; Heemskerk, Eelke; Bokanyi, Eszter; Takes, Frank W. .
  • 27 June, 8:30: “Parenthood status of siblings, half-siblings and cousins and entry into parenthood. A horizontal kinship network approach”, by de Bel, Vera; Artamonova, Alyona; Hiraoka, Takayuki; Danielsbacka, Mirkka; Tanskanen, Antti; van Duijn, Marijtje.
  • 27 June, 10:40: “Large and small-scale dynamics of a longitudinal population-scale social network”, by Bokanyi, Eszter; Kazmina, Yuliia; van der Kooij, Emilia; Takes, Frank; Heemskerk, Eelke.
  • 29 June, 14:00: “Connectivity and community structure of online and register-based population-scale social networks”, by Menyhért, Márton; Bokányi, Eszter; Corten, Rens; Heemskerk, Eelke; Kazmina, Yuliia; Takes, Frank W. .