Social Computing Seminar

December 11th, 2021

Social Computing is an area of computer science that is concerned with the intersection of social behavior and computational systems. It is based on creating or recreating social conventions and social contexts through the use of software and technology. In this seminar we explore recent topics in social computing like Social Bots, Fake News, Filter Bubbles, Socio-political campaigns, Shit & Candy Storms, Social Augmented and Virtual Reality, Gamification, Serious Games, Science 2.0

Type Seminar
Term WS 2019
Mentor(s) Ralf Klamma
Assistant(s) Alexander Neumann

Topic Assignments

Topic Supervisor Author Reviews
Recommender Systems: Food de Lange Lindner Algorithms & Strategies of Social Bots
Recommender Systems: Dating Neumann Gomes da Matta e Silva Blockchain Reward and Payment Models
Recommender Systems: Wikipedia Klamma Sherif Mohamed Kamal Gomaa Mobile Social Computing
Blockchain Reward and Payment Models de Lange Huang Recommender Systems: Dating
Algorithms & Strategies of Social Bots Neumann Witzig Recommender Systems: Food
Mobile Social Computing Neumann Amir The Social Semantic Web
The Social Semantic Web Neumann Ahmed Cross-Surface Collaboration
Cross-Surface Collaboration Klamma Cetin Recommender Systems: Wikipedia


Participation in Social Computing & Web Science Lectures welcome