Confirmed Speakers

Zengru Di

Beijing Normal University

Daniel B. Larremore

Santa Fe Institute

Luca Pappalardo

University of Pisa

Juyong Park

KAIST

Alexander M. Petersen

IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca

Huawei Shen

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Tao Zhou

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Program
Dongkang B, Avenue 3F, K-Hotel Seoul, Seoul, Korea
Please access Avenue with an air walk from the 2nd floor of Convention Center.
TimeSessionSpeakerTitle
8:50-9:00WelcomeRoberta Sinatra
Tao Jia
9:00-9:35Invited talkJuyong ParkPopularity and Diversity in culture: From the history of classical music and painting
9:35-10:10Invited talkHuawei ShenCollective credit allocation in science
10:10-10:40Tea break
10:40-11:15Invited talkDaniel B. LarremoreGender, prestige, and productivity in faculty hiring networks.
11:15-12:15Contributed talkSamuel Fraiberger
Christoph Riedl
Roberta Sinatra
Albert-László Barabási
Reputation and Success in Art
Rafael Treibich
Karol Flores-Szwagrzak
Coauthorship and the Measurement of Individual Scientific Productivity
Lorenzo Gabrielli
Davide Guido
Fosca Giannotti
Luca Bastiani
Predicting re-election from policy makers' expenditure data
Yi Bu
Ying Ding
Jian Xu
Understanding Success through the Milestone of Scientific Career
12:15-14:00Lunch
14:00-14:35Invited talkLuca PappalardoIs sports performance success predictable?
14:35-15:35Contributed talkYing Fan
Jianlin Zhou
An Zeng
Two adjusted PageRank algorithms
Xiao Fan Liu
Yu-Liang Liu
Xin-Hang Lu
Qi-Xuan Wang
Tong-Xing Wang
Anatomy of the global football player transfer network: Club functionalities versus network properties
Michaël Waumans
Hugues Bersini
Genealogical trees of scientific papers
Yan Zhang
Antonios Garas
Frank Schweitzer
Measuring success of corporations in a globalized economy
15:35-16:05Tea break
16:05-16:40Invited talkAlexander M. PetersenSuccess factors in science: quantifying the reputation, super-tie, and press effects
16:40-17:15Invited talkZengru DiInterrelations among scientific fields and their relative influences revealed by an input–output analysis
17:15Finish
Areas of Interest
Dynamics of impact~
Dynamics in social media, such as popularity of hashtags and viral videos~
Role of networks in success~
Prediction of future knowledge and impact~
Citation dynamics of papers and patents~
Temporal evolution of rankings in a system~
Patterns behind normal and successful scientific career~
Adoption and success of products and technologies~
Career success and longevity in different professions ~
Venue
Quantifying Success is co-located with NetSci 2016 and will take place at Dongkang B, Avenue 3F, K-Hotel Seoul in Seoul, Korea. Please visit the NetSci 2016 website for more information about the K-Hotel and how to reach the hotel. Please access Avenue with an air walk from the 2nd floor of Convention Center. Let us suggest you to book accommodation as soon as possible. The NetSci 2016 organizers have secured special agreements with some hotels located in Seoul. Most of these hotels can be cancelled before April 30th without penalty fee. Therefore it is safe to book now and review your booking soon (please check the cancellation policy of the hotel you have chosen).
Call for contributions
Submissions and acceptance: on a rolling base
Registration
Registration of this satellite is free of charge, but satellite participants still need to register for the main conference.
Organizers

Tao Jia

Southwest University
taojia82 at gmail.com

Roberta Sinatra

Central European University

Junming Huang

Northeastern University
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China