A wealth of digital information is generated daily through social networks, e.g., Twitter. A number of domains, including public health, national security, public safety, and public policy, can benefit greatly from the awareness of trends and situations as they become observable in social media data. There are many active research projects from various disciplines related to social media analytics. The purpose of this one-day workshop is for SoCal researchers to present their work, exchange ideas, and explore collaboration opportunities in this increasingly important domain.

Organizers:

Prof. Chen Li (Department of Computer Science, UC Irvine)

Prof. John Hipp (Department of Criminology, Law and Society, UC Irvine)

Speakers and Attendees

Posters/Demos

We welcome posters and demos to be submitted here.

Apache AsterixDB:

open source big data management

Cloudberry:

Big data visualization

(Demo)

Kite:

A Scalable System for Microblogs Data Management

Social Post Analyzer :

Collaboratively labeling social posts

Texera:

Text analytics as a service

Free Registration :

Schedule and Talks

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