Workshop Schedule

The workshop will take place over two days. Both days will have keynote speakers, short presentations showcasing accepted papers, discussions at end of sessions, and a poster session to promote dialogue.

This is a tentative schedule for now, but we believe it will be the final schedule. We are working on assigning papers and speakers to their slots and expect those information to be up before the end of June.

Saturday, July 24, 2010
9:15Kernel Methods for Structured Inputs and Outputs
Thomas Gärtner, University of Bonn and Fraunhofer IAIS
Invited Talk
10:00Dynamic Network Analysis: Model, Algorithm, Theory, and Application
Eric Xing, CMU
Invited Talk
10:45Coffee break
11:15Efficient tools for mining large graphs: Indexing, sampling, counting, and predicting
Aristides Gionis, Yahoo! Research
Invited Talk
13:45Enhancing Link-Based Similarity Through the Use of Non-Numerical Labels and Prior Information
Christian Desrosiers and George Karypis
Paper presentation
14:00Structural Correlation Pattern Mining for Large Graphs
Arlei Silva, Wagner Meira Jr. and Mohammed J. Zaki
Paper presentation
14:15Symmetrizations for Clustering Directed Graphs
Venu Satuluri and Srinivasan Parthasarathy
Paper presentation
14:30Coffee break
15:00Poster slam session
15:40Poster session
18:30End of day 1
Sunday, July 25, 2010
9:00Evaluation Strategies for Network Classification
Jennifer Neville, Purdue University
Invited Talk
9:45Network Event Data over Time: Prediction and Latent Variable Modeling
Padhraic Smyth, UC Irvine
Invited Talk
10:30Coffee break
11:00Graph Visualization With Latent Variable Models
Juuso Parkkinen, Kristian Nybo, Jaakko Peltonen and Samuel Kaski
Paper presentation
11:15Time-Based Sampling of Social Network Activity Graphs
Nesreen Ahmed, Fredrick Berchmans, Jennifer Neville and Ramana Kompella
Paper presentation
11:30Community Evolution Detection in Dynamic Heterogeneous Information Networks
Yizhou Sun, Jie Tang, Jiawei Han, Manish Gupta and Bo Zhao
Paper presentation
13:45Graphs for Machine Learning: Useful Metaphor or Statistical Reality
Stephen E. Fienberg, CMU
Invited Talk
14:30Coffee break
15:00Mining Massive Graphs for Telecommunication Applications
Chris Volinsky, AT&T Labs
Invited Talk
15:45Discussion and community meeting

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