Program

Time     Speaker         Affiliation Talk / Event
8:30 Organizer Opening
8:40 Brain Uzzi Northwestern University TBD
9:20 Carl Bergstrom University of Washington Why scientists chase hot topics
10:00-10:30 Ignite Talks
1 Miguel R.Guevara MIT Media Lab Evaluating the predictive power of maps of science
2 Misha Teplitskiy University of Chicago Amplifying the Impact of Open Access: Wikipedia and the Diffusion of Science
3 Jimi Adams University of Colorado Denver A Multi-level Life Course Model of Boundaries in Knowledge Production
4 Nitesh Chawla University of Notre Dame Will This Paper Increase Your h-index?
5 Hyejin Youn University of Oxford Identifying pathway of innovation
6 Pramesh Singh Northwestern University Evaluating Scientific Outcomes from the User Perspective
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 Filippo Radicchi Indiana University Defining and identifying Sleeping Beauties in science
11:30 Roberta Sinatra Northeastern University Quantifying patterns of scientific excellence
12:10-13:10 Lunch
13:10 Luís Amaral Northwestern University TBD
13:50 Jacob Foster University of Califonia, Los Angeles TBD
14:30-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 Karim Lakhani Harvard Business School TBD
15:40 Lee Fleming University of Califonia Berkeley Switching Fields: Paradise of Creativity – or Loss of Human Capital?
16:20-17:20 Ignite Talks
1 Junming Huang Northeastern University, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China How international scientific collaboration boosts national research
2 Kristina Lerman University of Southern California Bounded Rationality in Scientific Knowledge Discovery
3 Janet Vertesi Princeton University The shape of science: the organizational production of knowledge
4 Aparna Basu National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies, India Difficulties in using Big Data to draw inferences: Scientific publications and citations
5 Erin Leahey University of Arizona University Commitment to Interdisciplinary Research: Scope, Causes, and Consequences
6 Vetle Torvik University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Sex-bias in biomedical research: a bibliometric perspective
7 Daniel Acuna Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Should we stop asking authors to suggest reviewers?
8 Zhen Lei Penn State University Corporate-Sponsored Academic Inventions at University of California: Are There Really Fewer Spillovers?
9 Tao Jia College of Computer and Information Science, Southwest University, P. R. China Quantifying patterns in the evolution of scientific research interests
10 James Evans University of Chicago How Firm is Sociological Knowledge? Reanalysis of GSS findings with alternative models and out-of-sample data, 1972-2012

One more thing Our workshop will feature an art exhibition: Mapping Science, generously supported by Indiana University.