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Program

European Social Networks Conference
Barcelona, July 1-4, 2014

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The conference organizers wish to thank Álvaro Fernández and Victoria Reyes García (ICTA) for provision of
detailed travel and practical information, Paula Escribano (Anthropology) for her help with the author index,
and Laura Calvet (ICTA), Florencia del Castillo (Archeology), Marta Lobato, Dan Rodríguez, and Beatriz
Patraca (Anthropology) for contributing places to eat and things to do.

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Dear participant,
Below you will find the program of the European Social Networks Conference 2014 in Barcelona
and practical information concerning accommodation, transport, places to eat, things to do etc.
In the appendix, you will find a number of maps of the university campus to help you find your
way. Please check the program later on for the precise location of the presentations. This
program may be subject to change - it will be updated and last-minute changes will be
announced on site. Please check our conference website www.eusn.org for the latest
information.
Some things you should know:
 Like at the Sunbelt conferences, participants often hop sessions to catch papers of interest - this
is fully accepted. Consequently, all presentations are to start and stop at the intended times.
 Some sessions are organized; others are not. In the latter case, the last presenter is chair. Please
check the program - it might be you! Session chairs are responsible for keeping time...
 If you present, please load your presentation on the desktop computer before your session
starts. If you need your own laptop, connecting it will be in your presentation time.
 If you present a poster, please be present on site 10 minutes before the session starts.
If you have any questions, please seek out the organizers or assistants (recognizable by the
conference t-shirts they wear). They will be happy to help you.
We are happy to hosting you in Barcelona! Best wishes,
The conference organizers,

José Luis Molina and Miranda Lubbers
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General program overview
Tuesday,
July 1st
Wednesday,
July 2nd
Thursday,
July 3rd
Friday,
July 4th
8.30 – 11.30
Workshops


8.30 – 11.30
Workshops






8.30 -9.50
Paper sessions


8.50 -9.50
Paper sessions

Coffee/tea Coffee/tea
10.10 – 11.30
Paper sessions


10.10 – 11.30
Paper sessions
(lunch box)

Coffee/tea Coffee/tea
11.40-13.20
Paper sessions 11.50 – 13.10
Paper sessions


11.50 – 13.10
Paper sessions 12.15 – 15.15
Workshops
LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK
LUNCH BREAK
14.40 –
16.10
Discussion
ethics and
SNA
14.40 – 16.20
Paper sessions
Coffee/tea
14.50-16.30
Paper sessions



15.20 –
16.50
Poster
session


16.00 –
19.00
Work-
shops
15.30 –
19.00
Presenta-
tion new
books CIS
- Mesa
Hispana –
Business
meeting


Coffee/tea 16.40 – 18.20
Paper sessions





16.50 – 18.30
Paper sessions



17.00 – .15 Welcome
17.15-17.30 Award
announcements
17.30 - 18.45 Keynote
address Ulrik Brandes





19.15 Shuttle to BCN
20.00 Banquet


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Workshop program - July 1 and 2
Previous registration is required, see www.eusn.org.
Workshop program
July 1 and 2
Workshops
Tuesday July 1
8.30 - 11.30
Introduction to
Social Network
Analysis
(3 hrs)
Thomas Friemel



Extracting Data
from Online Social
Networks
(6 hrs)
Cristina Pérez-Solà &
Jordi Herrera

Introduction to
Social Network
Analysis with R
(6 hrs)
Michal Bojanowski

Tuesday July 1
12.15 - 15.15
Theory and Methods
for Social Network
Analysis
(3 hrs)
Filip Agneessens




Tuesday July 1
16.00 - 19.00
Exponential Random
Graph Models
(ERGMs) using statnet
(3 hrs)
Martina Morris &
Steven Goodreau



Analysis of
Longitudinal Social
Network Data using
RSiena
(6 hrs)
Tom Snijders
Personal Network
Analysis with R
(6 hrs)
Raffaele Vacca

Wednesday July 2
8.30 - 11.30
Temporal
Exponential Random
Graph Models
(TERGMs) for
dynamic network
modeling in statnet
(3 hrs)
Martina Morris &
Steven Goodreau

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Workshop program
July 1 and 2
Workshops
Tuesday July 1
8.30 - 11.30






Tulip – where Social
Network Analysis
meets with Visual
Analytics
(6 hrs)
Bruno Pinaud &
Guy Melançon
Mixed Methods
Research in Social
Networks
(6 hrs)
Elisa Bellotti &
Betina Hollstein
Visualización
con Pajek
(in Spanish)
(3 hrs)
Alejandro Arnulfo Ruiz
Leon & Nina Ines Jung

Tuesday July 1
12.15 - 15.15


EgoNet -
Data Collection,
Visualization and
Analysis in Personal
Networks Research
(3 hrs)
Alejandro García-
Macías & Judith
Pampalona-Tarrés
Tuesday July 1
16.00 - 19.00
Analysis of Multiple
Networks with
algebra and
`multiplex´
(3 hrs)
Antonio Rivero Ostoic



Visual Network
Research:
Using Net-Map and
Vennmaker
(6 hrs)
Markus Gamper,
Jennifer Hauck,
Michael Schönhuth &
Martin Stark

visone
Part I-
General Introduction
(3 hrs)
Jürgen Lerner &
Uwe Nagel
Wednesday July 2
8.30 - 11.30
Analysis of Large Two-
Mode Networks using
Pajek
(3 hrs)
Vladimir Batagelj




visone
Part II-
Network Ensembles
(3 hrs)
Jürgen Lerner &
Uwe Nagel

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List of workshops
Workshop title Instructor(s) Date and time
Introduction to Social Network Analysis (3 hrs) Thomas Friemel Tue 8.30-11.30
Theory and Methods for Social Network
Analysis (3 hrs)
Filip Agneessens Tue 12.15-15.15
Mixed Methods Research in Social Networks
(6 hrs)
Elisa Bellotti & Betina
Hollstein
Tue 8.30-11.30 & 12.15-15.15
Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R
(6 hrs)
Michal Bojanowski Tue 8.30-11.30 & 12.15-15.15
Personal Network Analysis with R (6 hrs) Raffaele Vacca Tue 16.00-19.00 & Wed 8.30-11.30
Exponential Random Graph Models (ERGMs)
using statnet (3 hrs)
Martina Morris & Steven
Goodreau
Tue 16.00-19.00
Temporal Exponential Random Graph Models
(TERGMs) for dynamic network modeling in
statnet (3 hrs)
Martina Morris & Steven
Goodreau
Wed 8.30-11.30
Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data
using RSiena (6 hrs)
Tom Snijders Tue 16.00-19.00 & Wed 8.30-11.30
Analysis of Multiple Networks with algebra
and `multiplex´ (3 hrs)
Antonio Rivero Ostoic Tue 16.00-19.00
Analysis of Large Two-mode Networks using
Pajek (3 hrs)
Vladimir Batagelj Wed 8.30-11.30
Extracting Data from Online Social Networks
(6 hrs)
Cristina Pérez-Solà & Jordi
Herrera
Tue 8.30-11.30 & 12.15-15.15
EgoNet - Data Collection, Visualization and
Analysis in Personal Networks Research (3 hrs)
Alejandro García-Macías &
Judith Pampalona-Tarrés
Tue 12.15-15.15
Visual Network Research: Using Net-Map and
Vennmaker (6 hrs)
Markus Gamper, Jennifer
Hauck, Michael Schönhuth
& Martin Stark
Tue 16.00-19.00 & Wed 8.30-11.30
Tulip -- where Social Network Analysis meets
with Visual Analytics (6 hrs)
Bruno Pinaud & Guy
Melançon
Tue 8.30-11.30 & 12.15-15.15
visone workshop. Part I - General introduction
(3 hrs)
Jürgen Lerner & Uwe Nagel Tue 16.00-19.00
visone workshop. Part II - Network Ensembles
(3 hrs)
Jürgen Lerner & Uwe Nagel Wed 8.30-11.30
Visualización con Pajek (in Spanish) (3 hrs) Alejandro Arnulfo Ruiz
Leon & Nina Ines Jung
Tue 8.30-11.30

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Special session - Tuesday July 1, 15.30 - 19.00
"Mesa Hispana: The Development of Social Network Analysis in Latin America"
(in Spanish)
Chairs: Isidro Maya-Jariego & Daniel Holgado, Universidad de Sevilla
Location: Sala de Graus, indicated with 8 on Map 7.
15.30 - 16.00: New publications of the Centre for Sociological Research (Centro de Investigaciones
Sociológicas, CIS)

Félix Requena Santos, President of the CIS, will present the classical texts by Wasserman and Faust, and
Kadushin recently translated into Spanish for the first time. José Luis Molina, Verónica de Miguel and Isidro
Maya-Jariego, collaborators of this edition, will comment the books. These books will be available for
purchasing during the conference.
 Análisis de redes sociales. Métodos y aplicaciones, por Wasserman, Stanley; Faust, Katherine.
 Comprender las redes sociales. Teorías, conceptos y hallazgos, por Kadushin, Charles.

16.00 - 18.00: The Development of Social Network Analysis in Latin America

Ramos, Ignacio, Contreras, Carlos & García-Macías, Alejandro
México: Un eje central en el desarrollo de las redes hispanas.

Jorge Palacio & Gabriel Vélez-Cuartas
Colombia: Expansión e irrupción en el campo global.

Eduardo Marques, Renata Bichir & Encarnación Moya
Notas sobre el análisis de redes sociales en Brasil.

José Manuel Gaete
De la investigación social a la técnica profesional: Una crónica histórica del ARS en Chile (1995-2014)

Laura Teves y Lorena Pasarín
Argentina: Entre la desconfianza metodológica y la aplicación a problemas sociales.

Alejandro Ruiz & Nina Inés Jung
Semblanza de Jorge Gil Mendieta.


18.00: Business Meeting (to start a new regional conference series in Latin America in 2015)


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Paper sessions - July 2 and 3
Wednesday
July 2
Paper sessions - 1
Multilevel networks
(Chairs: Mark Tranmer & Francesca
Pallotti)
Knowledge
Networks in Scientific
Research I
(Chair: Filipa Ribeiro)
Network Perspectives and
Applications in Criminology I
(Chairs: Ellen Vandenbogaerde &
Marieke Vlaemynck)
11.40 - 12.00 Organizations as network
nodes: A new multilevel
framework. Mark Tranmer,
Francesca Pallotti and
Alessandro Lomi
Brokering between
policy makers and
academics: a space
between fields? Moira
Faul
Computer-assisted personal
interviewing and the
visualization of personal
networks: the case of young
cannabis users. Marieke
Vlaemynck


12.00 - 12.20 Using multilevel
exponential random graph
models to study the
interdependence of the
covert and overt and the
social and functional.
Johan Koskinen, Rachel
Stevenson, Gemma
Edwards, Kathryn Oliver,
Chiara Broccatelli and
Garry Robins
Belief Networks in
Interdisciplinary
Scientific Teams.
Lorien Jasny
Personal Networks and
victimization. Gerald
Mollenhorst, Christofer
Edling and Jens Rydgren
12.20 - 12.40 Comparing fields of
sciences: the network of
collaborations to research
projects in Italian
academia. Luigi Guadalupi,
Elisa Bellotti and Johan
Koskinen
The importance of the
international mobility
of scientists in the
creation of knowledge
networks. Pedro
Videira
Personal networks and
desistance in the transition
to adulthood. Joel Martí,
Eugenia Albani and José Cid



12.40 - 13.00 Testing experience
sampling across
organizational boundaries
under uncertain
conditions. Paola Zappa
and Alessandro Lomi
Authorship networks
in Happiness
Research: A
Bibliometric Study.
Tahereh Dehdarirad,
Mireia Yter and José
Antonio Rodríguez
Personal networks and
violence in Venezuela. Ellen
Vandenbogaerde
13.00 - 13.20 A theoretical and
methodological blueprint
for studying community
social capital as the
intersection of personal
and organizational
networks. Jordi Comas,
Carl Milofsky and Brandn
Green
Mapping the social
landscape: Roads to
Happiness. José A.
Rodríguez

13.20-14.40 LUNCH BREAK


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Wednesday
July 2
Paper sessions - 1
Qualitative and Mixed
Methods Studies I
(Chairs: Mireia Bolibar &
Dafne Muntanyola)
Interlocking
Directorates and Elite
Networks I
(Chairs: Julian Cardenas &
Josep Rodríguez)
Networks and Meaning
(Chair: Gabriel Velez Cuartas)
11.40 - 12.00 Using qualitative research to
understand complex social
interactions – the case of
student learning in
longitudinal integrated
placements. Fabian Held,
Michele Daly and Chris
Roberts
Cooperative
Interlocks: The
Regulatory Outcomes
of Multistakeholder
Networks. Lasse
Henriksen
Relational discourse
analysis: interruptions
and accounts of action in
a political debate. Jan
Fuhse
12.00 - 12.20 The Inequality of Looking for
(and Finding) a Job: Mixed
methods in social networks of
Spanish young adults. Dafne
Muntanyola-Saura and Mattia
Vacchiano



How does the
network structure
affect firm
performance and
innovation incentives
in transition
countries? The case of
Armenia. Tatevik
Poghosyan

Measuring policy
controversy with
Discourse Network
Analysis: the abortion
debates in Belgium
(1972-1990) revisited.
Allan Muller
12.20 - 12.40 What’s in a hub? A
comparative case study of
national and regional
organisations. Kathleen
Sheehan
The economic elite
and the control of
public savings in
Morocco. Mohamed
Oubenal and
Abdellatif Zeroual
Shifting discourses of the
European Central Bank
and the Federal Reserve
System: Exploring
structural space in
semantic networks.
Adina Nerghes, Peter
Groenewegen and Iina
Hellsten
12.40 - 13.00 Online visual evaluation: the
social network of design
students viewing the work of
their peers. Sian Joel-Edgar


Interlocks of Business
and Politics and State
Capitalism in
contemporary Russia.
V. Popov


Socio-Semantic Network
Analysis for Impact
Assessment. Jana
Diesner, Jinseok Kim and
Andrew Higgins
13.00 - 13.20 Recruiting procedures in local
politics and the participation
of the migrant population.
First results of a Process Net-
Map analysis. Noemi Carrel




Families United:
Kinship Ties and
Similarity of Political
Donation among
Business Groups in
Taiwan. Zong-Rong
Lee


Struggle for Meanings in
the Arts: Sociosemantic
Network Analysis of St.
Petersburg Artistic
Communities. Nikita
Basov, Wouter de Nooy
and Aleksandra Nenko
13.20-14.40 LUNCH BREAK


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Wednesday July 2
Paper sessions - 2
Computational
Statistical Advances in
SNA
(Chair: Alberto Caimo)
Knowledge Networks in
Scientific Research II
(Chair: Filipa Ribeiro)
Network Perspectives and
Applications in Criminology II
(Chairs: Ellen Vandenbogaerde &
Marieke Vlaemynck)
14.50 - 15.10 Social networks and
opinion spreading:
studying possible
scenarios through
agent-based modeling.
Javier Alvarez-Galvez
Footprints of Innovation.
Comparing R&D Actors
and Dynamics by Patent
Data. Florian Windhager,
Lukas Zenk and Michael
Smuc
Covert networks: theories
and applications of network
analysis. Kathryn Oliver, Nick
Crossley, Gemma Edwards,
Johan Koskinen and Martin
Everett



15.10 - 15.30 Efficient estimation
algorithms for
Bayesian exponential
random graph models.
Alberto Caimo.
Analyzing the reference
universes to understand
overlap between
knowledge networks and
social networks in
science. Beatrice Milard
and Delio Lucena
Anti-trafficking efforts in
EU: A network perspective.
Riccardo De Vita and Jean-
Pierre Gauci
15.30 - 15.50 Prototyping networks
through archetypes.
Giancarlo Ragozini and
Maria Rosaria
D'Esposito
Trends in interregional
scientific collaboration in
Europe: Moving centers
or fixed pattern? Adam
Ploszaj and Dorota
Celinska-Janowicz
Framing the Intersections:
Operational Intelligence,
Law Enforcement and
Network Science. Dan
Mazare



15.50 - 16.10 Applying latent
variable methods to
bipartite networks.
Isabella Gollini
Analysis of scientific
collaboration and
academic performance.
Evidence from the co-
authorship network of
the Italian statisticians.
Domenico De Stefano,
Vittorio Fuccella, Maria
Prosperina Vitale and
Susanna Zaccarin


In the shadow of the state:
The fall of Colombia’s North
Valley narco-trafficking
network. Lina Maria
Restrepo Plaza and Boris
Salazar





16.10 - 16.30 Coincidence analysis to
study networks in
photographic
collections. Modesto
Escobar
A network intervention
on scientific networks:
design and reactions.
Raffaele Vacca,
Christopher McCarty,
Michael Conlon and David
Nelson

16.30 - 16.50 COFFEE/TEA


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Wednesday July 2
Paper sessions - 2
Qualitative and Mixed
Methods Network
Research II
(Chairs: Mireia Bolibar &
Dafne Muntanyola)
Interlocking
Directorates and Elite
Networks II
(Chairs: Julian Cardenas &
Josep Rodríguez)
Networking the Environment I
(Chairs: Isabel Díaz Reviriego, Laura Calvet
Mir, Matthieu Salpeteur & Victoria Reyes
García)
14.50 - 15.10 Data Collection and
Analysis with
“VennMaker” -
Poverty-political
Networks of Local
Politicians in Two
German Cities. Isabelle
Borucki
Procedures to address
the core of economic
power in interlocking
directorates
application to the
Spanish continuous
market in 2013. Iago
Santos Castroviejo
Assessing biases in sampling
methods for documenting
seed exchange networks. A
case study from Northern
Cameroon. Jean Wencelius,
Mathieu Thomas, Pierre
Barbillon and Eric Garine
15.10 - 15.30 Two methods, one
sample. Measuring
egocentric networks
using name generator
and contact diary
methods. Éva Huszti
and Beáta Dávid
Networks of corporate
directors as a mean to
manage external
dependencies of
Chinese listed firms.
Iwona Sulinska
Good year, bad year:
changing strategies, changing
networks? A two year study
of seed acquisition in
Northern Cameroon. Chloe
Violon, Mathieu Thomas and
Eric Garine
15.30 - 15.50 Challenges for
Collecting Ego Network
Data – A Comparison
of Visual Tools. Tom
Toepfer and Betina
Hollstein
The structure of ethnic
social capital: two-
mode analysis of
interlocks among
immigrant
organizations. Matteo
Gagliolo
Social networks, seed system
resilience and agro-
biodiversity conservation in
two cases study from India.
Federica Ravera, Mauricio
Bellon, Unai Pascual, Adam
Drucker, Irene Iniesta-Grandia
and Laura Calvet-Mir
15.50 - 16.10 How to do Qualitative
Structural Analysis:
lessons learned from
exploring the
embeddedness of
organizations.
Andreas Herz, Inga
Truschkat and Luisa
Peters



The Decline of
National Corporate
Networks: The Case of
Norway. Sigmund
Grønmo and Trond
Løyning
The social diffusion pathways
of sorghum varieties and
associated knowledge in the
Mount Kenya region. Vanesse
Labeyrie, Joseph Ireri Kamau
and Christian Leclerc
16.10 - 16.30 Ties That Matter:
Exploring the
Characteristics and
Meaning of Social Ties
in Managerial Social
Networks. Tanja
Sliskovic
Comparing power
systems: Latin
America and Europe.
Julian Cardenas and
José A. Rodríguez
Interactions between human
and plant properties in plant
circulation networks. A case
study from Vanua Lava,
Vanuatu (South Pacific).
Mathieu Thomas, Pierre
Barbillon and Sophie Caillon
16.30 - 16.50 COFFEE/TEA


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Wednesday July 2
Paper sessions - 3
Algorithms I
(Last presenter is chair)
Knowledge Networks in
Scientific Research III
(Chair: Filipa Ribeiro)
Online Social Networks I
(Chair: Thomas Friemel)

16.50 - 17.10 Hierarchical link
clustering of
networks
Jernej Bodlaj and
Vladimir Batagelj
Advance use of SciMAT
through its API. Manuel
Jesus Cobo Martín,
María Gutiérrez Salcedo,
M.A. Martínez, Antonio
López-Herrera and
Enrique Herrera-Viedma
Who is on Facebook?
Determinants of Social
Networking Site
Membership. Bas Hofstra,
Rense Corten and Frank
van Tubergen






17.10 - 17.30 Egocentric
Decompositions of
Social Network
Graphs Using
Dominating Sets
Moses Boudourides
and Sergios Lenis
Scientific collaboration
in Brazilian Health
Informatics community.
Roberto Baptista,
Anderson Hummel,
Fabio Teixeira and Ivan
Pisa

Facebook communities,
pages and groups in the
Basque Country. Alexander
Ronzhyn
17.30 - 17.50 Network group
discovery by
hierarchical label
propagation
Lovro Šubelj and
Marko Bajec
Co-authorship
strategies and patterns
in international and
national journals. Beata
Lopaciuk-Gonczaryk




Unraveling the social
networking mystery –
What’s behind the social
tie? Cornelia Reyes Acosta
17.50 - 18.10 A seed-centric
algorithm for
community
detection in
multiplex networks
Manel Hmimida and
Rushed Kanawati
Knowledge creation in
higher education:
beyond collaboration
networks. Filipa M.
Ribeiro and Miranda
Lubbers
How Authentic is Online
Friendship? Georgians
about Social Capital via
Social Networks. Lia
Tsuladze
18.10 - 18.30 Ego-centered
association rules
based on bipartite
graph.
Raffaele Miele and
Giuseppe Giordano
Collaboration reels:
evolution of university
collaboration network.
Michal Bojanowski
A social network
framework to analyze the
cultural contents of Kpop
across countries. Ji Young
Park, Ji Young Kim, Wayne
Weiai Xu and Han Woo
Park


22.00 - 24.00 Hospitality Suite
Location: Bar Frankfurt, Vila Universitaria (3 on Map 3)

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Wednesday July 2
Paper sessions - 3
Historical Network
Research I
(Chairs: Matthias Bixler,
Florian Kerschbaumer &
Martin Stark)
Interlocking Directorates
and Elite Networks III
(Chairs: Julian Cardenas &
Josep Rodríguez)
Networks and the Labour
Market
(Chairs: Oriol Barranco, Mireia
Bolibar, Joel Martí, Irene Cruz &
Joan Miquel Verd)
16.50 - 17.10 Plague and Position:
The Black Death and
the Emergence of
the Medieval Hansa.
Bernd Wurpts and
Katherine Stovel
The hidden rules and
open secrets of
corporate governance.
Longitudinal analysis of
“old boys networks”
and interlocking
directorates. Elisa
Bellotti, Johan Koskinen,
Moses Boudourides,
Sergios Lenis and Ning
Gao
Access to Ethnic Social
Capitals in Multicultural
Toronto. Bonnie Erickson
17.10 - 17.30 Exploring the
Relationships among
the People of
Medieval Scotland.
Cornell Jackson
The political
embeddedness of
economic system: the
effects of politics in the
interlocking
directorates networks
of Spain (1997, 2007,
2010). Rubén Juste
The Positional –
Reticular Method: A
Bridging Proposal
between Relational
Social Capital
Approaches. Alejandro
García-Macías and Carlos
Lozares
17.30 - 17.50 SNA applied to
financial agents at
the service of
municipal and State
taxation systems in
Late Medieval
Catalonia. Albert
Reixach and Esther
Redondo
Interlocking
directorates and the
law on gender quotas in
Norway, 2008-2013.
Trond Løyning
Social networks as
strategy for job seeking.
Lídia Yepes
17.50 - 18.10 Financial networks
and money-changers
in early modern
Castile. David
Carvajal


Small Worlds
Characteristics in the
interlocking directors
networks. Sana Elouaer-
Mrizak
Involved ties, the main
reason of the hiring in
social networks. Oriol
Alonso Alsina
18.10 - 18.30 The life cycle of
naturalist networks
in early modern
Japan. Xin Xing and
Xing Liu
Interlocking
directorates and
collusion in the
European chemical
industry, 1960-2000.
Hubert Buch-Hansen
The social networks of
social entrepreneurs.
Jose Luis Molina, Hugo
Valenzuela-García, Marta
María Lobato, Paula
Escribano, Miranda J.
Lubbers and María
Eugenia Santana
22.00 - 24.00 Hospitality Suite
Location: Bar Frankfurt, Vila Universitaria (3 on Map 3)

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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 1
Ethnography and
Social Network
Research
(Chairs: Laura Teves & Eva
Fischer)
Political Networks I:
General call
(Chair: Karin Ingold)
Entrepreneurs and their
Networks
(Chairs: Judith Pampalona &
Giacomo Solano)
8.30 - 8.50 The social mapping
of the Urban Solid
Waste. Juan Nuñez






Political Networks and
Cross-border Policy
Governance: Agency,
geography and policy
outcomes. Christophe
Sohn, Dimitrios
Christopoulos and Johan
Koskinen
Developing Network
Models of
Entrepreneurial
Ecosystems in
Developing Economies.
Daniel Evans and Louis
Boguchwal
8.50 - 9.10 Ethnographical
approach to the
research of
community practices
and behaviours in
motivational online
communities.
Eugenia Kuznetsova


Trust and
Communication in
Cross-Border Counter-
Terrorism Networks.
Cali Ellis
The use of social
networks for the
business: a comparison
between transnational
and local immigrant
entrepreneurs. Giacomo
Solano
9.10 - 9.30 Social relations in
spaces for
performance: a
comparative study
using SNA and
participant
observation.
Giancarlo Ragozini
and Marco Serino

National Parliamentary
Coordination after
Lisbon: A Network
Approach. Philip Leifeld
and Thomas Malang
Context matters? The
Influence of Microstates
on the Entrepreneur’s
Personal Networks. The
case of Andorra. Judith
Pampalona-Tarrés
9.30 - 9.50 Ethnography and
Social Network
Research. Laura
Teves and Eva Fischer
Network Analysis of
Parliamentary Debates:
A Pilot Study on Two UK
House of Commons
Debates. Zaher Salah,
Frans Coenen and
Davide Grossi
Conditions for and
consequences of
entrepreneurs' social
network change in Dutch
neighborhoods.
Veronique Schutjens,
Gerald Mollenhorst and
Beate Volker

9.50 - 10.10 COFFEE/TEA



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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 1
Network Functionality
Models I (Chairs: Juan Tejada
& Elisenda Molina)

Ego-centered
Networks
(Last presenter is chair)

8.30 - 8.50 Diffusion of Behavior in
Network Games
Orchestrated by Social
Learning. Ines Lindner






-
8.50 - 9.10 How Much Do We Pay
for Spreading
Information?
Advantages and
Disadvantages of Node
Selecting by Centralities.
Hamid Zargari Asl and
Homayoun Ebrahimian


Personal networks of
migrants: The forms
of local and nonlocal
ties in a metropolitan
city. Burge Elvan
Erginli

9.10 - 9.30 Communication and
Coordination in Social
Networks: Action as
Signaling Device. Jia-Ping
Huang, Maurice Koster
and Ines Lindner




The longitudinal
change of core
discussion networks.
Julia Koltai, Fruzsina
Albert and Beáta
Dávid

9.30 - 9.50 Influence Aggregation in
Models of Information
Diffusion. Alessio
Muscillo and Juan Tejada
Homophily and the
heterophilic variety
following the criteria
of identification and
classification of
different collectives.
Carlos Lozares, Dafne
Muntanyola and Oriol
Barranco

9.50 - 10.10 COFFEE/TEA



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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 2
Longitudinal Network
Modelling I
(Chair: Tom Snijders)
Political Networks II:
Leadership and
Political Capital (Chair:
Dimitrios Christopoulos)
Online Social Networks II
10.10 - 10.30 Hierarchical multilevel
analysis of network
dynamics: further
developments. Tom
Snijders and Johan
Koskinen
Policy Networks and
Performance: The
effect of
implementation
agencies’ position in
policy networks on
performance. Dorine
Boumans
The Dynamics of Stack
Overflow Tags Network.
Dominika Czerniawska
and Jacek Szejda









10.30 - 10.50 Continuously or
discretely – how to
analyze continuous
dependent actor
attributes in stochastic
actor-oriented models.
Nynke M. D. Niezink
and Tom A. B. Snijders
The Impact of Social
Networks on
Leadership Behaviour.
Dimitrios
Christopoulos
Open-coopetition in the
Cloud computing
Industry: the OpenStack
NOVA case. Jose Teixeira
10.50 - 11.10 Influence of the
dynamic formation of
social networks on the
diffusion processes.
Lourdes Mólera Peris,
Rafael López Serrano,
Pedro Noguera Méndez
and María Semitiel
García
Brokerage and
Entrepreneurship in
Policy Networks: A
Longitudinal Analysis
of Strategic Behavior.
Karin Ingold, Dimitris
Christopoulos and
Manuel Fischer
Reputation in social
media: a semantic
network analysis of
hashtags. Laura Illia,
Elanor Colleoni,
Alessandro Rozza and
Katia Meggiorin
11.10 - 11.30 Contributions of
Salivary Hormones to
Selection in Friendship
and Conflict Networks.
Olga Kornienko, Serena
Weren, Claire Yee, Gary
Hill, David Schaefer and
Douglas Granger
The changing
legitimacy of
economic orders. A
discourse network
analysis of evaluation
of the economy
before and after the
financial crisis.
Sebastian Haunss
Hyperlink Formation in
Social Bookmarking
Systems: Who is Who
Online? Juan D. Borrero,
Gualda Estrella and
Carpio José






11.30 - 11.50 COFFEE/TEA


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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 2
Network
Functionality Models
II (Chairs: Juan Tejada &
Elisenda Molina)
Social Influence
(Last presenter is chair)
University Networks I -
micro level
(Chair: Daniel Houben)
10.10 - 10.30 Clustering networks
based on game
theory. Daniel
Gomez and Javier
Castro
Social influence on
students' experiences
of the process of
transition into
postgraduate study.
Social influence on
students' experiences
of the process of
transition into
postgraduate study.
Matthew Sitch and
Ruth Lowry

Assessing the effect of
student networks on
academic performance.
Maria Prosperina Vitale,
Giovanni C. Porzio and
Patrick Doreian
10.30 - 10.50 Network Game with
Intertemporal Choice
and Knowledge
Externalities.
Vladimir Matveenko
and Alexei Korolev
Detecting Social
Influence in Ego-
networks and
Transportation Mode
Choice. Susan Pike
Erasmus student
mobility. Kristijan
Breznik





10.50 - 11.10 Relational bundles in
the analysis of
multiple networks.
Antonio Rivero
Ostoic
Relational chains in
student world. Marie-
Pierre Bès
Support structures for
undergraduate medical
students – an approach
using social network
analysis. Joseph Heath,
Rachel Isba and Rachel
Markham


11.10 - 11.30 Centrality and Social
Capital dependence
on network
functionality: a game
theoretical
approach. Ramón
Flores, Elisenda
Molina and Juan
Tejada
If you tell me about
your friends can I
predict your food
purchasing behaviour?
Iljana Schubert, Judith
de Groot and Adrian
Newton
Cooperative learning
focused to the
cooperative network: A
study with nursing
students. Pilar
Marques-Sanchez, Elena
Fernandez-Martinez,
Cristina Liebana-Presa,
Natalia Arias-Ramos,
Enedina Quiroga-
Sanchez and Arrate
Pinto-Carral
11.30 - 11.50 COFFEE/TEA


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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 3
Longitudinal Network
Modelling II
(Chair: Tom Snijders)
Political Networks III:
Environmental Policy
and Governance (Chair:
Manuel Fischer)
Communication
Networks
(Chair: Thomas Friemel)

11.50 - 12.10 Political skill,
friendship and
leadership network
position and
performance - a
longitudinal analysis.
Yuval Kalish
Using social network
analysis to unravel
complexity in
agricultural
biodiversity
governance. Jennifer
Hauck and Jenny
Schmidt
Risk communication,
power relations, and
politics of expertise in
South Korea. Yunjae
Kang, Dong-Kwang Kim
and Jinseo Park



12.10 - 12.30 The Evolution of
Knowledge Creation in
Organized Business
Groups. Ingmar
Hammer
Blueprints: Inter-
Institutional Policy
Influence in the
Global Fisheries
Governance Complex.
James Hollway
Do International News
Reflect World
Hierarchy? A Network
Approach. Laurent
Beauguitte, Marta
Severo and Hugues
Pécout



12.30 - 12.50 Keeping Up with the
Family? A Longitudinal
Analysis of Kinship
Networks and
Performance of
Intercorporate
Alliances. Zong-Rong
Lee and Ming-Yi Chang
Issue framing, policy
types and network
dynamics in climate
change policymaking.
Christian Hirschi
Dynamic ego behavior.
A typology how
participants at events
interact over time. Filip
Agneessens and Lukas
Zenk

12.50 - 13.10 Financial Networks
and Real Economy: A
Multi-agent Simulation
Framework. Bulent
Ozel, Andrea Teglio and
Mattea Montagna
The politics of
market-based
instruments: A case
study of Swiss climate
change policy.
Marlene Kammerer
and Christian Hirschi
Homophily in TV
related conversation
networks. Thomas
Friemel





13.10 - 14.40 LUNCH BREAK




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Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 3
Business, Market,
Customers I
(Chair: Gabriel Pérez)
Social Networks, Social
Support and Health Care
I (Chairs: Maksim Tsvetovat,
Cristina Metgher & Tatyana
Kanzaveli)
Adolescent Networks I
(Last presenter is chair)
11.50 - 12.10 Peer effects and
performance
similarity in inter-
organizational
networks. Francesca
Pallotti, Paola Tubaro
and Alessandro Lomi
"You have to be dying
before you actually see
a doctor..." Patients'
medicines safety
networks at transfer of
care. Beth Fylan Gwynn,
Alison Blenkinsopp,
Gerry Armitage and
Deirdre Naylor
Ego network or
connectivity set?
Structural cohesion and
postsecondary
educational
expectations. Martín
Santos.
12.10 - 12.30 Relying on networks
to improve
innovative
outcomes: A
longitudinal analysis
applied to UK. Luisa
Delgado-Márquez,
Maksim Belitski and
Blanca L. Delgado-
Márquez
Characteristics in the
personal network and
mortality risk in older
adults. Lea Ellwardt,
Theo van Tilburg, Marja
Aartsen, Rafael Wittek
and Nardi Steverink
Academic self-concept
in school peer
networks. Ksenia
Tenisheva and Daniel
Alexandrov
12.30 - 12.50 Role of Social
Network in Market
Mechanism under
Asymmetric
Information. Károly
Miklós Kiss, Blanka
Bajnai and Zsolt
Stenger
Social Space of Online
Networked
Communities: Mapping
AIDS-relevant Groups in
«VK» SNS. Yuri Rykov
and Peter Meylakhs
The focused
organization of school
ties: A case study of
similarity and proximity
as determinants of
friend choices
Sara Roman
12.50 - 13.10 Ownership-effect on
the dynamics of
industry space over
the financial crisis in
Hungary. Balazs
Lengyel, Laszlo
Lorincz, Karoly Miklos
Kiss and Blanka
Bajnai
What influences
seasonal influenza
vaccination uptake in
medical students?: a
pilot using social
network analysis.
Rhiannon Edge
Social networks and
language choice: A
blockmodeling analysis
Natxo Sorolla
13.10 - 14.40 LUNCH BREAK





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Thursday afternoon program - July 3
Thursday July 3
Paper sessions - 3
Program
14.40 - 15.20
















14.40 - 16.10
Open discussion "Ethics in Social
Network Analysis"
Prof. Dr. Michael Schönhuth
(location: P24 - 7 on map 7)












15.20 - 16.50
Poster session
(location: Hall; 6 on map 7)







17.00 - 18.45

17.00 Welcome
17.30 Award Announcements

17.15 Keynote Address

"The Positional Turn in Social Network Analysis"

Prof. Dr. Ulrik Brandes
Computer and Information Science
University of Konstanz

(location: Auditorium; 5 on map 7)
19.00 - 22.00


Banquet in the Casa Convalescencia (for those who have registered
for the dinner) - with bus transfer between the UAB campus and the
location and with a musical performance. Location bus: 12 on map 7.
22.30 - 24.00 Hospitality Suite
Location: Bar Frankfurt, Vila Universitaria (3 on Map 3)


22


Special session - Thursday, July 3
Open discussion "Ethics in Social Network Analysis"
Prof. Dr. Michael Schönhuth

Location: Sala de Juntas (Indicated as 7 on map 7)
Time: Thursday afternoon July 3rd, 14.40 - 16.10

14.40 Introduction


15.00 Presentation by Mandy Lee & Filipa Ribeiro "Ethical issues in conducting social
network analysis research in health and educational settings – a survey of international
researchers and REC/IRB members’ views and experiences"
15.20 Open discussion with the audience



23

Poster session - July 3
Location: Hall, see 6 on Map 7
Thursday
July 3

POSTERS
15.20-
16.50
Link prediction methods and
ERGMs: a comparison. Bartek
Chrol and Michal Bojanowski




Kinsources & Puck – Open
data and open tools for
kinship network analysis.
Pascal Cristofoli and Klaus
Hamberger
Network Lobbying: Its Effect
on EU Data Protection
Policy. Colman McMahon
and Diane Payne

Personal network
composition of Roma
university students –
‘bonding’ or ‘bridging’? Agnes
Lukacs, Beata David and Eva
Huszti


Networks and Identification
in Trismegistos. Yanne Broux
and Silke Vanbeselaere

Soil or land? The structure
of desertification research
network in Spain. Celia
Barbero Sierra, María José
Marqués Pérez and Manuel
Ruiz Pérez
How can we detect changes in
social issues of science and
technology? Co-word
mapping of radioactivity and
green algae in Korean
newspaper. Jinseo Park, Dong-
Kwang Kim and Minsu Ko
Personal networks: a tool for
gaining insight into the
transmission of knowledge
about food and medicinal
plants among Tyrolean
(Austrian) migrants in
Australia, Brazil and Peru.
Heidemarie Pirker, Ruth
Haselmair, Elisabeth Kuhn and
Christian R Vogl
Compleo Talent: linking
social network profiles for
job recruiting in information
technology field in Brazil.
Anderson Hummel, Roberto
Baptista, Rodrigo Costa,
Luciano Rodrigues and
Wagner Santos
Application of Multilevel
Network Analysis to
International Trade and
Ownership. Matthew Smith
The Team’s Influence on
Sharing Data: A Study on
Willingness to (Not) Comply
With Norms Regarding Data
Sharing. Linda Dominguez
Alvarez

Cohesion under covertness:
a preliminary description.
Chiara Broccatelli
The role of relational
environment in the
intentional process of
Ukranian immigrants. Renata
Hosnedlova


Satisfaction with social
support perceived in chronic
illness. Rosario Fernández,
Loureiro Eva and Marques
Pilar
A first approach to the
analysis of social networks
of intentional communities
in Catalonia. Paula Escribano
The Effects of Vulnerable and
Grandiose Narcissism on
Liking-based and Disliking-
based Centrality in Social
Networks. Anna Z. Czarna,
Network Analysis of Private
Water Companies:
Collaboration and
Competition. Yasaman Sarabi
Customer Relationship
Management under using
Social Software. Waad
Assaad

24

Michael Dufner and Allan D.
Clifton
Analyzing structural changes
through hashtags: Twitter
reactions to a mockumentary.
Liliana Arroyo Moliner and
Renato Marín López
Technology Transfer and
Innovation Networks in
Ireland. Bandeh Ali Talpur and
Diane Payne
Multimodal connections.
Recommendations for
participants, talks and
rooms at conferences. Lukas
Zenk, Florian Windhager and
Michael Smuc
Rural development and social
networks in the autonomous
community of Valencia. Isabel
Beltran Gil and Javier Esparcia
Network Analysis of
Comorbid Symptoms in
Individuals with
posttraumatic stress disorder.
Mohammad Hassan Afzali, Eric
Bui and Philippe Birmes
Exploring a Regional Scale
Network of interactions
during the Bronze Age.
Florencia Del Castillo, Joan
Anton Barceló and Giacomo
Capuzzo
Avoiding the portfolio effect
on recommender systems
through surprise: A social
network approach. Carlos
Figueiredo and José Azevedo



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Continuation paper sessions - Friday July 4
Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 1
Network Perspectives
in Measurement and
Analysis of Social
Support (Chairs: Giulia
Rivellini and Susanna Zaccarin)
Mixed Methods for
studying Network
Dynamics I
(Chairs: Claire Bidart &
Michel Grossetti)
Intra-organisational
Networks I
(Chair: Sasa Batistic)
8.30 - 8.50






-







- -
8.50 - 9.10 Social Support
Networks: an
International
Comparison. Livia
García-Faroldi



How do employers
recruit? A study on
innovative
entrepreneurship
with a mixed
method. Nathalie
Chauvac and Michel
Grossetti
How can we explore the
coming into being of
intra-organizational
networks? A proposal
based on practice theory.
Yvonne Tobias

9.10 - 9.30








The embeddedness
and support of
homophilous ties: a
review. Irene Cruz


How trust networks
foster group
cooperation. Cristina
Acedo Carmona and
Antoni Gomila
Benejam
Knowledge management
and creativity ideal types
in a multinational virtual
network. Gloria Álvarez-
Hernández and Óscar
Pérez-Zapata
9.30 - 9.50 Exploring structures in
Social Support
Networks of lone
mothers. Rosaria
Lumino, Giancarlo
Ragozini, Marijtje van
Duijn and Maria
Prosperina Vitale


The use of
qualitative tools
nested in a personal
network survey:
advantages and
disadvantages. Joan
Miquel Verd, Oriol
Barranco, Mireia
Bolibar and Joel
Martí
A study on advice
network activity at the
work place. Gabriela
Dodoiu
9.50 - 10.10 COFFEE/TEA



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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 1
Business, Market,
Customers II
(Chair: Gabriel Pérez)



8.30 - 8.50







- - -
8.50 - 9.10







A method based on social
network analysis for DEA
Benchmarking. Clara Simon
de Blas and Jose Simon
Martin
- -
9.10 - 9.30








An analysis of high-tech
and low-tech global
production networks: What
role for China and the UK?
Sara Gorgoni and Alessia
Amighini
- -
9.30 - 9.50









Collaboration Networks
and Innovation Results in
Spain. Pablo Galaso and
Jaromir Kovarik





- -
9.50 - 10.10 COFFEE/TEA



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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 2
Methods
(Last presenter is chair)
Mixed Methods for
studying Network
Dynamics II
(Chairs: Claire Bidart & Michel
Grossetti)
Intra-organisational
Networks II
(Chair: Sasa Batistic)
10.10 - 10.30 Finding roles in
sparse economic
hierarchies: going
beyond regular
equivalence. Laura
Prota and Patrick
Doreian
Relational chains and
musical advices. A study
in the region of
Toulouse. Michel
Grossetti, Laurent
Laffont and Martine
Azam
Understanding the
Network Structure of
Irish Primary Care Teams.
Diane Payne and Pablo
Lucas



10.30 - 10.50 Actor non-response
treatments in case of
valued networks.
Anja Žnidaršič,
Patrick Doreian and
Anuška Ferligoj
What makes ties persist
over time and distance?
A longitudinal study of
personal networks.
Claire Bidart
Team Cohesion and
Embedding – A
Comparative Analysis of
Spatial and
Organisational
Parameters.
Kerstin Sailer

10.50 - 11.10 Correspondence
Analysis with
Doubling for Two-
Mode Valued
Networks. Daniela
D'Ambrosio,
Domenico De Stefano
and Giancarlo
Ragozini
Time and temporalities
in personal network
dynamics. Miranda
Jessica Lubbers
Discovery and analysis of
intra-organizational
networks from social
media data. Pablo
Alfonso Haya, Ana
Jusdado, Esteban Moro,
Kate Ehrlich and
Mercedes Vidal


11.10 - 11.30 Measurement
Accuracy in Samples
of Online
Communication
Networks. Ju-Sung
Lee and Juergen
Pfeffer
Using narratives to
study the impact of
social networks on the
educational paths of
immigrant students.
Ana Belén Cano Hila,
Angelina Sánchez Martí
and María Paz Sandín
Esteban
Solving the problem of
ineffective subsidiary:
the impact of
intraorganizational
networks. Valentina
Kuskova, Stanley
Wasserman and Irina
Volkova





11.30 - 11.50 COFFEE/TEA



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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 2

Business, Market,
Customers III
(Chair: Gabriel Pérez)
Social Networks and
Local Development I
(Chairs: Javier Esparcia &
Xavier Molina)
Networking the
Environment II (Chairs: Isabel
Díaz Reviriego, Laura Calvet Mir,
Matthieu Salpeteur & Victoria
Reyes García)
10.10 - 10.30 Network dynamics in
the ethical banking
sector: Understanding
network change and
continuity in a
developing industry
sector. Daniel Tischer
Leadership and
power: an approach
from social networks
in rural areas in Spain.
Javier Esparcia
Social network analysis
to select stakeholders: A
study of the natural park
Sant Llorenç del Munt
(Catalonia, Spain). Laura
Calvet-Mir, Sara Maestre-
Andrés and Jeroen van
den Bergh
10.30 - 10.50 Patterns of
embeddedness of PPPs
in France. Elise Penalva
and Emmanuel Lazega
Social capital, social
networks and rural
development: Rincón
de Ademuz (1994-
2013). Jose Javier
Serrano Lara
Collective learning from
a multi-level perspective:
the case of the
conversion of wine
producers to organic
farming. Jaime Montes
Lihn and Emmanuel
Lazega
10.50 - 11.10 The study of a
business-to-business
knowledge portal for
sustainability best
practices
development: a social
network analysis
approach. Leonardo
Marques
Local development
processes in rural
development and the
role of relational
social capital. A
comparative analysis
from Teruel (Spain).
Escribano Jaime, Rubio
Pascual and Esparcia
Javier
From personal networks
of fishermen and
skippers in Andalusian
fishing ports to the co-
management of natural
resources. Isidro Maya-
Jariego, Daniel Holgado
and David Florido
11.10 - 11.30 Social Network
Analysis of European
Financial Crisis
Interconnectedness.
Amir Armanious
From social networks
to discourse analysis
in rural local
development
processes. A case
study from NO of
Murcia (Spain).
Francisca Camacho
and Javier Esparcia
Common life, common
knowledge? Assessing
the role of multiple
collectives in shaping
variations in traditional
ecological knowledge
among a community of
semi-nomadic
pastoralists of Gujarat
(India). Matthieu
Salpeteur, Victoria Reyes-
Garcia and José Luis
Molina
11.30 - 11-50 COFFEE/TEA



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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 3
Centrality
(Last presenter is chair)
Power and Networks I
(Chairs: Ainhoa de Federico de
la Rúa, Narciso Pizarro & Reyes
Herrero)
Online Social Networks III
11.50 - 12.10 Measuring network
position through node
and structural
characteristics - Ego
network Quality.
Tamás Sebestyén and
Attila Varga
The mobilisation of
business leaders in
the policy-planning
network in France.
Catherine Comet
Geometric Positions in
Tweeterdom and
Political Party
Affiliations. Han Woo
Park and Bulent Ozel





12.10 - 12.30 Axioms for Centrality
Scoring with Principal
Eigenvectors. Mitri Kitti
Coalition formation
along network ties –
why and how
centrality matters.
Franziska Barbara
Keller



The structure of online
social networks and
media consumption.
Dominik Batorski and
Lukasz Bolikowski
12.30 - 12.50 Centrality Indices and
a Class of Uniquely
Ranked Graphs. David
Schoch and Ulrik
Brandes
The moderating role
of intrinsic motivation
in senior managers’
use of external
networks. Olga
Zarzecka





Spatial diffusion of an
online social network.
Balazs Lengyel
12.50 - 13.10 Centrality for different
types of valued
networks. Filip
Agneessens, Steve
Borgatti and Daniel
Halgin
The Prediction Value.
Maurice Koster,
Sascha Kurz, Ines
Lindner and Stefan
Napel






Beyond Reply and Quote
Networks: Exploring the
Evolution of Online
Communities Through a
Longitudinal Two-Mode
Network Approach.
Spyros Angelopoulos and
Yasmin Merali

13.10 - 14.40 LUNCH BREAK



30


Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 3
Kinship Networks
(Chairs: Verónica de Miguel-
Luken, Luis Ayuso-Sánchez &
Livia García-Faroldi)
Social Networks and
Local Development II
(Chairs: Javier Esparcia &
Xavier Molina)
University Networks II -
macro-level
(Chair: Daniel Houben)
11.50 - 12.10 Romantic relationships
and changes in
personal networks.
Jesper Rözer, Gerald
Mollenhorst and Beate
Völker
Local Development
and the networks of
tourism agents:
evidences from
middle towns in the
Andalusian
community (Spain).
Rafael Merinero,
Javier Esparcia and
José Luis Molina
From Communication to
International
Cooperation: The Case of
Inter-university
Networks in Egypt.
Hanan Rezk
12.10 - 12.30 How can we explain
tensions with the ones
we rely on?
Constituents of
conflicts in personal
networks. Andreas
Herz
Social networks and
local development in
rural areas: a
comparative analysis
from two study areas
(Serranía-Cuenca and
Ports-Castellón,
Spain). Cristina Herraiz
and Javier Esparcia
The influence of
governance on research
network performance: a
combined analysis. Pablo
Cabanelas, José
Cabanelas Omil and
Patricia Somorrostro
López
12.30 - 12.50 Support Network
Typologies of Italian
Couples: Common
Findings from
Alternative Clustering
Techniques. Viviana
Amati, Silvia
Meggiolaro, Giulia
Rivellini and Susanna
Zaccarin
Are social networks
linked to local
development in high
rural developed
areas? An analysis
from the LEADER area
of Central Catalonia
Central (Spain). Jaime
Escribano, Dolores
Sánchez Aguilera and
Javier Esparcia
School quasi-markets as
social networks.
Nathanael Friant and
Matteo Gagliolo

12.50 - 13.10 Virtual and Social
Support Networks in
Building the Spanish
Adoptive Families.
María José Rodríguez
Jaume, Josep Antoni
Rodríguez Díaz and
Diana Jareño Ruiz
Firm’s performance in
the cluster: a question
of balancing its role
and intermediation in
the knowledge
system. Luis Martínez-
Cháfer, Bárbara
Larrañeta Gómez-
Caminero and
Francesc Xavier
Molina-Morales
University boards and
strategic networks in
higher education. Daniel
Houben
13.10 - 14.40 LUNCH BREAK



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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 4
Longitudinal Modelling of
Adolescent Networks
(Chair: Tom Snijders)
Power and Networks II
(Chairs: Ainhoa de Federico de
la Rúa, Narciso Pizarro & Reyes
Herrero)
Migration, Mobility and
Transnational Networks II
(Chairs: Basak Bilecen & Markus
Gamper)
14.40 - 15.00 Cohesion in Perceived
Friend Groups and
Adolescents’
Involvement in Risk
Behaviors
Kim Pattiselanno, Jan
Kornelis Dijkstra,
Christian Steglich, Aart
Franken, Wilma
Vollebergh and René
Veenstra
Theoretical and
methodological
foundations of
research on power
networks. Narciso
Pizarro
Transnational Support of
Ethnic Germans - A Visual
Network Approach.
Markus Gamper
15.00 - 15.20 Coevolution of smoking
and friendship in
vocational schools
Vera Titkova, Valeria
Ivaniushina and Daniel
Alexandrov
Polarization,
discourse and
cleavages in the
political space. Zoltán
Kmetty
A social and spatial
network approach to
migrant mobility and
transnationalism. Raffaele
Vacca, Giacomo Solano,
José Luis Molina and
Miranda Jessica Lubbers


15.20 - 15.40 Size, Structure and
Stability of Cliques in
Early Adolescence
Christian Steglich and
Andrea Knecht
Two faces of power.
Cohesion and
influential groups in
government elites. A
study of two
democratic executives
in Spain (2004 and
2012). Andrés Villena-
Oliver
Transnational networks
and transnational
practices: Bulgarian
migrants in Catalonia.
Sílvia Gómez-Mestres
15.40 - 16.00 Social influence on ethnic
perception - The co-
evolution of perceived
Roma ethnicity and
friendship in Hungarian
secondary school classes
Zsófia Boda
Researching the
“labyrinth of
solitude”: networks in
political
intermediation in
Mexico. Gisela
Zaremberg and Ainhoa
de Federico
Role of media in providing
transnational social
support. Rajalakshmi
Kanagavel
16.00 - 16.20 The relationship
between popularity and
health behaviours in
French adolescents
Laura Rennie and Cécile
Bazillier-Bruneau
The structure of
political funding in
Brazil: results from
elections. Reyes
Herrero López
Transnational Mobility of
Early-Career Academics:
Transformation or
Reproduction of Gender
Regimes? A Network
Perspective. Janine
Dahinden and Martine
Schaer

16.20 - 16.40 COFFEE/TEA

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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 4

Historical Network
Research II (Chairs:
Matthias Bixler, Florian
Kerschbaumer & Martin Stark)
Social Networks, Social
Support and Health Care II
(Chairs: Maksim Tsvetovat, Cristina
Metgher & Tatyana Kanzaveli)
Social Networks and
Collective Action I (Chairs:
Mario Diani & Nina Eggert)
14.40 - 15.00 The Cobden-Chevalier
effect: Evaluating the
causal effect of the
Most Favoured Nation
clause in presence of
Network Interferences.
Luca De Benedictis and
Silvia Nenci



Health, quality of life, and
sociability: an analysis of
users of mental health
services in four Brazilian
cities. Breno Fontes and
José Alberto Lins
Hearts and Minds:
Indentifying actors as
facilitators of cultural
expression and civic
engagement in DIY
music networks. Joseph
Watson
15.00 - 15.20 Ego centered networks
and community
dynamics in Buenos
Aires, 1620-1840:
Building a large
database. Pascal
Cristofoli, Zacarias
Moutoukias and
Christophe Prieur
The influence of social
relations on parental,
subjective well-being. A
Comparison of Japanese
and German Ego-centric
Networks. Marina Hennig
Really do university
students believe that
Facebook is a useful
tool to mobilizing
people both online and
offline around social
causes? Shumaila Y.
Yousafzai and Juan D.
Borrero
15.20 - 15.40 The Congress of Vienna
1814/15 and the
Historical Network
Research: Connecting
empirical and
theoretical
Perspectives. Florian
Kerschbaumer

Not all those who wander
are lost. Modeling
support and conflict over
medical mediation in
eating disorder online
forums. Paola Tubaro,
Antonio A. Casilli and
Juliette Rouchier
Protest friends: shared
cognition, networks
and affordances of
Facebook political
groups. Giuseppe A.
Veltri and Matteo
Gagliolo
15.40 - 16.00 Marriage Networks
and the Development
of Social Stratification
in the 19th Century.
Martin Stark and
Matthias Bixler


Modeling peer group
support and criticism,
self-esteem and
subjective well-being, on
Body Image Disturbances.
Carlos C. Contreras-Ibáñez
and Ignacio Ramos-Vidal
The Spanish Revolution
in Twitter (): Networks
of hashtags and
individual/ collective
actors in the anti –
Evictions social
movement in Spain.
Estrella Gualda, Juan D.
Borrero and Jose Carpio
16.00 - 16.20 AIDS as a Global Media
Event. An intercultural
comparison of posters
and their imagery.
Vladimir Cajkovac



A Mixed Method Study
on Treatment Needs and
Social Support Networks
of Women with
Substance Misuse
Problems. Peace Ezumezu
and Mandy Lee
The impact of the
structural properties
and the cognitive
content of personal
networks on migrants’
social and political
participation. Mireia
Bolibar
16.20 - 16.40 COFFEE/TEA

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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 5
Algorithms II
(Last presenter is chair)
Social Networks and
Collective Action II
(Chairs: Mario Diani & Nina Eggert)
Migration, Mobility and
Transnational Networks II
(Chairs: Basak Bilecen & Markus
Gamper)
16.40 - 17.00 An Algorithm for
automatically coding Big
Data extracted from
Twitter: getting ready for
the analysis of more than
one million tweets
concerning a competition
on TV
Jose Carpio, Estrella Gualda
and Juan D. Borrero
Social movements and
the diffusion of tactics
and repertoires: From
the viewpoint of intra
organizational and
individual networks in
the protest event.
Tominaga Kyoko

The network origin of
plural identities: structural
brokerage, diversity and
cultural holes in
international immigrants’
networks. Raffaele Vacca
and Tommaso Vitale




17.00 - 17.20 Propagation dynamics in
networks through rule-
based modeling
Jason Vallet, Bruno Pinaud,
Guy Melançon and Helene
Kirchner
The Anonymous brand
and the “Million Mask
March” network. Davide
Beraldo
Integrated kinship and
mobility networks: a West
African case study. Klaus
Hamberger and Karin
Sohler



17.20 - 17.40 Operations in temporal
networks with zero
latency
Selena Praprotnik and
Vladimir Batagelj
Collective action in the
field of immigration.
Nina Eggert and Katia
Pilati
The Company You Keep:
Content and Structure of
Immigrants’ Social
Networks and Psycho-
Social Adjustment. Lydia
Repke, Veronica Benet-
Martinez and Eva Maciocco


17.40 - 18.00 Closures in temporal
networks with zero
latency
Vladimir Batagelj and
Selena Praprotnik


Revolution S.A: Telling
stories from the Arab
Street. Hugo Leal
Relationships with
Spaniards in the personal
networks of immigrants in
endogamous and
exogamous couples: The
extent of relational
integration. Verónica de
Miguel-Luken, Miranda J.
Lubbers, Dan Rodríguez-
García and Miguel Solana-
Solana
18.00 - 18.20 - Civic networks in Cape
Town. Mario Diani,
Henrik Ernstson and
Lorien Jasny
Geographic Distance and
Structural Holes. Zong
Rong Lee and Hsin Fei Tu





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Friday July 4
Paper sessions - 5
Adolescent Networks II
(Last presenter is chair)
Social Networks and Local
Development III
Networking the Environment
III (Chairs: Isabel Díaz Reviriego, Laura
Calvet Mir, Matthieu Salpeteur & Victoria
Reyes García)
16.40 - 17.00 Inter-Ethnic Friendship
and Negative Ties in
Secondary School
Balint Neray and Zsófia
Boda
Evaluating the
Effectiveness of Inter-
organizational
Collaboration Networks:
A Comparative Study of
Nonprofit Business
Federations in Turkey.
Nazli Aytug and Mustafa
Yasar Tinar


Investigating horizontal
cooperation: network
cohesion and heterogeneity
in the Berg catchment
management network.
Nadine Methner and Claudia
Pahl-Wostl
17.00 - 17.20 Bullying and School
Attitudes in Non-
Academic
Environment. Daniel
Alexandrov, Valeria
Ivaniushina and Vera
Titkova
Agent Based Mapping for
assessing socio-economic
networks of mountain
tourism as a coupled HES.
Tobias Luthe and Tobias
Wyss
The relevance of social
networks for multi-level
water governance: a case
study from two
Mediterranean watersheds.
Irene Iniesta-Arandia, Marta
Varanda, Carlos Montes and
Berta Martín-López
17.20 - 17.40 Perception of Your
Ethnicity Makes You Be
More Bullied? Peer
Perception and Self-
Declaration of Ethnicity
in Bullying and
Victimization Processes
Dorottya Kisfalusi and
Judit Pál
Entrepreneurship in
processes of civic
engagement – the role of
individual and collective
resources for local
communities. Stefan
Kundolf
Using two-mode social
networks to identify social-
ecological interaction
hotspots. Romano Wyss and
Tobias Luthe
17.40 - 18.00 Friendship and advice
networks of minority
students
Valeria Ivaniushina,
Vera Titkova and Daniel
Alexandrov
'Paying-it-Forward’:
Mechanisms of Social
Capital Development
among Resource-Poor
Women in Rural
Bangladesh. Anastasia
Seferiadis and Marjolein
Zweekhorst
Science policy interface and
the biodiversity regime
complex: what level of
representativeness for IPBES?
Mohamed Oubenal, Sélim
Louafi, Amandine Orsini and
Jean-Frédéric Morin




18.00 - 18.20 Social Status in Class
and Delinquency: The
Impact of Sociometric
Position on Truancy
and Violence. Dr. Imke
Dunkake
An efficient organization
for the help of children?
The case of the “Give Kids
a Chance” program in
Hungary. Hanna Kónya
and Éva Szontágh


“Big fish in a small pond?”
Fishing networks in an
indigenous society. Isabel Díaz
Reviriego, Álvaro Fernández-
Llamazares Onrubia, José Luis
Molina and Victoria Reyes
García
End of conference
35

Author Index

Aartsen, Marja THU 11.50-13.10
Acedo Carmona, Cristina FRI 8.50-9.50
Agneessens, Filip THU 11.50-13.10
Agneessens, Filip FRI 11.50-13.10
Albani, Eugenia WED 11.40-13.20
Albert, Fruzsina THU 8.30-9.50
Alexandrov, Daniel THU 11.50-13.10
Alexandrov, Daniel FRI 14.40-16.20
Alexandrov, Daniel FRI 16.40-18.20
Ali Talpur, Bandeh THU 15.20-16.50
Alonso Alsina, Oriol WED 16.50-18.30
Alvarez-Galvez, Javier WED 14.50-16.30
Álvarez-Hernández,
Gloria
FRI 8.50-9.50
Amati, Viviana FRI 11.50-13.10
Amighini, Alessia FRI 8.50-9.50
Angelopoulos, Spyros FRI 11.50-13.10
Anton Barceló, Joan THU 15.20-16.50
Arias-Ramos, Natalia THU 10.10-11.30
Armanious, Amir FRI 10.10-11.30
Armitage, Gerry THU 11.50-13.10
Arroyo Moliner, Liliana THU 15.20-16.50
Assaad, Waad THU 15.20-16.50
Aytug, Nazli FRI 16.40-18.20
Azam, Martine FRI 10.10-11.30
Azevedo, José THU 15.20-16.50
Bajec, Marko WED 16.50-18.30
Bajnai, Blanka THU 11.50-13.10
Baptista, Roberto WED 16.50-18.30
Baptista, Roberto THU 15.20-16.50
Barbara Keller, Franziska FRI 11.50-13.10
Barbero Sierra, Celia THU 15.20-16.50
Barbillon, Pierre WED 14.50-16.30
Barranco, Oriol THU 8.30-9.50
Barranco, Oriol FRI 8.50-9.50
Basov, Nikita WED 11.40-13.20
Batagelj, Vladimir WED 16.50-18.30
Batagelj, Vladimir FRI 16.40-18.20
Batorski, Dominik FRI 11.50-13.10
Bazillier-Bruneau, Cécile FRI 14.40-16.20
Belitski, Maksim THU 11.50-13.10
Bellon, Mauricio WED 14.50-16.30
Bellotti, Elisa WED 11.40-13.20
Bellotti, Elisa WED 16.50-18.30
Beltran Gil , Isabel THU 15.20-16.50
Benet-Martinez, Verónica FRI 16.40-18.20
Beraldo, Davide FRI 16.40-18.20
Bès, Marie-Pierre THU 10.10-11.30
Bidart, Claire FRI 10.10-11.30
Birmes, Philippe THU 15.20-16.50
Bixler, Matthias FRI 14.40-16.20
Blenkinsopp, Alison THU 11.50-13.10
Boda, Zsófia FRI 16.40-18.20
Boda, Zsófia FRI 14.40-16.20
Bodlaj, Jernej WED 16.50-18.30
Boguchwal, Louis THU 8.30-9.50
Bojanowski, Michal WED 16.50-18.30
Bojanowski, Michal THU 15.20-16.50
Bolibar, Mireia FRI 8.50-9.50
Bolibar, Mireia FRI 14.40-16.20
Bolikowski, Lukasz FRI 11.50-13.10
Borgatti, Steve FRI 11.50-13.10
Borrero, Juan D. FRI 14.40-16.20
Borrero, Juan D FRI 16.40-18.20
Borucki, Isabelle WED 14.50-16.30
Boudourides, Moses WED 16.50-18.30
Boumans, Dorine THU 10.10-11.30
Brahimian, Homayoun E THU 8.30-9.50
Brandes, Ulrik FRI 11.50-13.10
Breznik, Kristijan THU 10.10-11.30
Broccatelli, Chiara WED 11.40-13.20
Broccatelli, Chiara THU 15.20-16.50
Broux, Yanne THU 15.20-16.50
Buch-Hansen, Hubert WED 16.50-18.30
Bui, Eric THU 15.20-16.50
Cabanelas Omil, José FRI 11.50-13.10
Caillon, Sophie WED 14.50-16.30
Caimo, Alberto WED 14.50-16.30
Cajkovac, Vladimir FRI 14.40-16.20
Calvet-Mir, Laura WED 14.50-16.30
Calvet-Mir, Laura FRI 10.10-11.30
Camacho, Francisca FRI 10.10-11.30
Cano Hila, Ana Belén FRI 10.10-11.30
Capuzzo, Giacomo THU 15.20-16.50
36

Cardenas, Julian WED 14.50-16.30
Carpio, José THU 10.10-11.30
Carpio, José FRI 14.40-16.20
Carpio, José FRI 16.40-18.20
Carrel, Noemi WED 11.40-13.20
Carvajal, David WED 16.50-18.30
Casilli, Antonio A. FRI 14.40-16.20
Castro, Javier THU 10.10-11.30
Celinska-Janowicz,
Dorota
WED 14.50-16.30
Chang, Ming-Yi THU 11.50-13.10
Chauvac, Nathalie FRI 8.50-9.50
Christopoulos, Dimitris THU 8.30-9.50
Christopoulos, Dimitris THU 10.10-11.30
Chrol, Bartek THU 15.20-16.50
Cid, José WED 11.40-13.20
Clifton, Allan D. THU 15.20-16.50
Cobo Martín, Manuel
Jesus
WED 16.50-18.30
Coenen, Frans THU 8.30-9.50
Colleoni, Elanor THU 10.10-11.30
Comas, Jordi WED 11.40-13.20
Comet, Catherine FRI 11.50-13.10
Conlon, Michael WED 11.40-13.20
Contreras-Ibáñez, Carlos
C.
FRI 14.40-16.20
Corten, Rense WED 16.50-18.30
Costa, Rodrigo THU 15.20-16.50
Cristofoli, Pascal THU 15.20-16.50
Cristofoli, Pascal FRI 14.40-16.20
Crossley, Nick WED 14.50-16.30
Crossley, Nick WED 14.50-16.30
Cruz, Irene FRI 8.50-9.50
Czarna, Anna Z. THU 15.20-16.50
Czerniawska, Dominika THU 10.10-11.30
D. Borrero, Juan THU 10.10-11.30
Dahinden, Janine FRI 14.40-16.20
Daly, Michele WED 11.40-13.20
D'Ambrosio, Daniela FRI 10.10-11.30
Dávid, Beáta WED 14.50-16.30
Dávid, Beáta THU 8.30-9.50
Dávid, Beáta THU 15.20-16.50
De Benedictis, Luca FRI 14.40-16.20
De Federico, Ainhoa FRI 14.40-16.20
De Groot, Judith THU 10.10-11.30
De Miguel-Luken,
Verónica
FRI 16.40-18.20
De Nooy, Wouter WED 11.40-13.20
De Stefano, Domenico WED 14.50-16.30
De Stefano, Domenico FRI 10.10-11.30
De Vita, Riccardo WED 14.50-16.30
Dehdarirad, Tahereh WED 14.50-16.30
Del Castillo, Florencia THU 15.20-16.50
Delgado-Márquez, Blanca
L.
THU 11.50-13.10
Delgado-Márquez, Luisa THU 11.50-13.10
D'Esposito, Maria Rosaria WED 14.50-16.30
Diani, Mario FRI 16.40-18.20
Díaz Reviriego, Isabel FRI 16.40-18.20
Diesner, Jana WED 11.40-13.20
Dijkstra, Jan Kornelis FRI 14.40-16.20
Dodoiu, Gabriela FRI 8.50-9.50
Dominguez Alvarez, Linda THU 15.20-16.50
Doreian, Patrick THU 10.10-11.30
Doreian, Patrick FRI 10.10-11.30
Drucker, Adam WED 14.50-16.30
Dufner, Michael THU 15.20-16.50
Dunkake, Imke FRI 16.40-18.20
Edge, Rhiannon THU 11.50-13.10
Edling, Christofer WED 11.40-13.20
Edwards, Gemma WED 11.40-13.20
Edwards, Gemma WED 14.50-16.30
Eggert, Nina FRI 16.40-18.20
Ehrlich, Kate FRI 10.10-11.30
Ellis, Cali THU 8.30-9.50
Ellwardt, Lea THU 11.50-13.10
Elouaer-Mrizak, Sana WED 16.50-18.30
Elvan Erginli, Burge THU 8.30-9.50
Erickson, Bonnie WED 16.50-18.30
Ernstson, Henrik FRI 16.40-18.20
Escobar, Modesto WED 14.50-16.30
Escribano, Jaime FRI 11.50-13.10
Escribano, Jaime FRI 10.10-11.30
Escribano, Paula WED 16.50-18.30
Escribano, Paula THU 15.20-16.50
Esparcia, Javier THU 15.20-16.50
Esparcia, Javier FRI 10.10-11.30
Esparcia, Javier FRI 10.10-11.30
Esparcia, Javier FRI 11.50-13.10
Estrella, Gualda THU 10.10-11.30
Eva, Loureiro THU 15.20-16.50
Evans, Daniel THU 8.30-9.50
Ezumezu, Peace FRI 14.40-16.20
37

Faul, Moira WED 11.40-13.20
Fei Tu, Hsin FRI 16.40-18.20
Ferligoj, Anuška FRI 10.10-11.30
Fernández, Rosario THU 15.20-16.50
Fernández-Llamazares
Onrubia, Álvaro
FRI 16.40-18.20
Fernandez-Martinez,
Elena
THU 10.10-11.30
Figueiredo, Carlos THU 15.20-16.50
Fischer, Eva THU 8.30-9.50
Fischer, Manuel THU 10.10-11.30
Flores, Ramón THU 10.10-11.30
Florido, David FRI 10.10-11.30
Fontes, Breno FRI 14.40-16.20
Franken, Aart FRI 14.40-16.20
Friant, Nathanael FRI 11.50-13.10
Friemel, Thomas THU 11.50-13.10
Fuccella, Vittorio WED 14.50-16.30
Fuhse, Jan WED 11.40-13.20
Fylan Gwynn, Beth THU 11.50-13.10
Gagliolo, Matteo WED 14.50-16.30
Gagliolo, Matteo FRI 14.40-16.20
Galaso, Pablo FRI 8.50-9.50
Gamper, Markus FRI 14.40-16.20
Gao, Ning WED 16.50-18.30
Gagliolo, Matteo FRI 11.50-13.10
García-Faroldi, Livia FRI 8.50-9.50
García-Macías, Alejandro WED 16.50-18.30
Garine, Eric WED 14.50-16.30
Gauci, Jean-Pierre WED 14.50-16.30
Giordano, Giuseppe WED 16.50-18.30
Gollini, Isabella WED 14.50-16.30
Gomez, Daniel THU 10.10-11.30
Gómez-Mestres, Sílvia FRI 14.40-16.20
Gomila Benejam, Antoni FRI 8.50-9.50
Gorgoni, Sara FRI 8.50-9.50
Granger, Douglas THU 10.10-11.30
Green, Brandn WED 11.40-13.20
Groenewegen, Peter WED 11.40-13.20
Grønmo, Sigmund WED 14.50-16.30
Grossetti, Michel FRI 8.50-9.50
Grossetti, Michel FRI 10.10-11.30
Grossi, Davide THU 8.30-9.50
Guadalupi, Luigi WED 11.40-13.20
Gualda, Estrella FRI 14.40-16.20
Gualda, Estrella FRI 16.40-18.20
Gutiérrez Salcedo, María WED 16.50-18.30
Halgin, Daniel FRI 11.50-13.10
Hamberger, Klaus FRI 16.40-18.20
Hamberger, Klaus THU 15.20-16.50
Hammer, Ingmar THU 11.50-13.10
Hanan Rezk, FRI 11.50-13.10
Haselmair, Ruth THU 15.20-16.50
Hassan Afzali,
Mohammad
THU 15.20-16.50
Hauck, Jennifer THU 11.50-13.10
Haunss, Sebastian THU 8.30-9.50
Haya, Pablo Alfonso FRI 10.10-11.30
Heath, Joseph THU 10.10-11.30
Held, Fabian WED 11.40-13.20
Hellsten, Iina WED 11.40-13.20
Hennig, Marina FRI 14.40-16.20
Henriksen, Lasse WED 11.40-13.20
Herraiz, Cristina FRI 11.50-13.10
Herrera-Viedma, Enrique WED 16.50-18.30
Herrero López, Reyes FRI 14.40-16.20
Herz, Andreas FRI 11.50-13.10
Herz, Andreas WED 14.50-16.30
Higgins, Andrew WED 11.40-13.20
Hill, Gary THU 10.10-11.30
Hirschi, Christian THU 11.50-13.10
Hmimida, Manel WED 16.50-18.30
Hofstra, Bas WED 16.50-18.30
Holgado, Daniel FRI 10.10-11.30
Hollstein, Betina WED 14.50-16.30
Hollway, James THU 11.50-13.10
Hosnedlova, Renata THU 15.20-16.50
Houben, Daniel FRI 11.50-13.10
Huan, Jia-Ping THU 8.30-9.50
Hummel, Anderson WED 16.50-18.30
Hummel, Anderson THU 15.20-16.50
Huszti, Éva WED 14.50-16.30
Huszti, Eva THU 15.20-16.50
Illia, Laura THU 10.10-11.30
Ingold, Karin THU 10.10-11.30
Iniesta-Arandia, Irene FRI 16.40-18.20
Iniesta-Arandia, Irene WED 14.50-16.30
Ireri Kamau, Joseph WED 14.50-16.30
Isba, Rachel THU 10.10-11.30
Ivaniushina, Valeria FRI 16.40-18.20
Ivaniushina, Valeria FRI 14.40-16.20
Jackson, Cornell WED 16.50-18.30
38

Jareño Ruiz, Diana FRI 11.50-13.10
Jasny, Lorien WED 11.40-13.20
Jasny, Lorien FRI 16.40-18.20
Joel-Edgar, Sian WED 11.40-13.20
Jusdado, Ana FRI 10.10-11.30
Juste, Rubén WED 16.50-18.30
Kalish, Yuval THU 11.50-13.10
Kammerer, Marlene THU 11.50-13.10
Kanagavel, Rajalakshmi FRI 14.40-16.20
Kanawati, Rushed WED 16.50-18.30
Kang, Yunjae THU 11.50-13.10
Kerschbaumer, Florian FRI 14.40-16.20
Kim, Dong-Kwang THU 11.50-13.10
Kim, Dong-Kwang THU 15.20-16.50
Kim, Jinseok WED 11.40-13.20
Kim, Ji Young WED 16.50-18.30
Kirchner, Helene FRI 16.40-18.20
Kisfalusi, Dorottya FRI 16.40-18.20
Kitti, Mitri FRI 11.50-13.10
Kmetty, Zoltán FRI 14.40-16.20
Knecht, Andrea FRI 14.40-16.20
Ko, Minsu THU 15.20-16.50
Koltai, Julia THU 8.30-9.50
Kónya, Hanna FRI 16.40-18.20
Kornienko, Olga THU 10.10-11.30
Korolev, Alexei THU 10.10-11.30
Koskinen, Johan WED 11.40-13.20
Koskinen, Johan WED 14.50-16.30
Koskinen, Johan WED 16.50-18.30
Koskinen, Johan THU 8.30-9.50
Koskinen, Johan THU 10.10-11.30
Koster, Maurice THU 8.30-9.50
Koster, Maurice FRI 11.50-13.10
Kovarik, Jaromir FRI 8.50-9.50
Kuhn, Elisabeth THU 15.20-16.50
Kundolf, Stefan FRI 16.40-18.20
Kurz, Sascha FRI 11.50-13.10
Kuskova, Valentina FRI 10.10-11.30
Kuznetsova, Eugenia THU 8.30-9.50
Kyoko, Tominaga FRI 16.40-18.20
Labeyrie, Vanesse WED 14.50-16.30
Laffont, Laurent FRI 10.10-11.30
Larrañeta Gómez-
Caminero, Bárbara
FRI 11.50-13.10
Lazega, Emmanuel FRI 10.10-11.30
Leal, Hugo FRI 16.40-18.20
Leclerc, Christian WED 14.50-16.30
Lee , Ju-Sung FRI 10.10-11.30
Lee, Mandy THU 14.40-16.10
Lee, Mandy FRI 14.40-16.20
Lee, Zong-Rong WED 11.40-13.20
Lee, Zong-Rong THU 11.50-13.10
Leifeld, Philip THU 8.30-9.50
Lengyel, Balazs THU 11.50-13.10
Lengyel, Balazs FRI 11.50-13.10
Lenis, Sergios WED 16.50-18.30
Liebana-Presa, Cristina THU 10.10-11.30
Lindner, Ines THU 8.30-9.50
Lindner, Ines FRI 11.50-13.10
Lins, José Alberto FRI 14.40-16.20
Lobato, Marta María WED 16.50-18.30
Lomi, Alessandro THU 11.50-13.10
Lomi, Alessandro WED 11.40-13.20
Lopaciuk-Gonczaryk,
Beata
WED 16.50-18.30
López Serrano, Rafael THU 10.10-11.30
López-Herrera, Antonio WED 16.50-18.30
Lorincz, Laszlo THU 11.50-13.10
Louafi, Sélim FRI 16.40-18.20
Lowry, Ruth THU 10.10-11.30
Løyning, Trond WED 14.50-16.30
Løyning, Trond WED 16.50-18.30
Lozares, Carlos THU 8.30-9.50
Lozares, Carlos WED 16.50-18.30
Lubbers, Miranda WED 16.50-18.30
Lubbers, Miranda FRI 10.10-11.30
Lubbers, Miranda FRI 14.40-16.20
Lubbers, Miranda FRI 16.40-18.20
Lucas, Pablo FRI 10.10-11.30
Lucena, Delio WED 14.50-16.30
Lukacs, Agnes THU 15.20-16.50
Lumino, Rosaria FRI 8.50-9.50
Luthe, Tobias FRI 16.40-18.20
Maciocco, Eva FRI 16.40-18.20
Maestre-Andrés, Sara FRI 10.10-11.30
Malang, Thomas THU 8.30-9.50
Marín López, Renato THU 15.20-16.50
Markham, Rachel THU 10.10-11.30
Marqués Pérez, María
José
THU 15.20-16.50
Marques, Leonardo FRI 10.10-11.30
Marques-Sanchez, Pilar THU 10.10-11.30
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Martí, Joel FRI 8.50-9.50
Martí, Joel WED 11.40-13.20
Martínez, M.A. WED 16.50-18.30
Martínez-Cháfer, Luis FRI 11.50-13.10
Martín-López, Berta FRI 16.40-18.20
Matveenko, Vladimir THU 10.10-11.30
Maya-Jariego, Isidro FRI 10.10-11.30
Mazare, Dan WED 14.50-16.30
McCarty, Christopher WED 11.40-13.20
McMahon, Colman THU 15.20-16.50
Meggiolaro, Silvia FRI 11.50-13.10
Meggiorin, Katia THU 10.10-11.30
Merali, Yasmin FRI 11.50-13.10
Merinero, Rafael FRI 11.50-13.10
Methner, Nadine FRI 16.40-18.20
Meylakhs, Peter THU 11.50-13.10
Miele, Raffaele WED 16.50-18.30
Miklós Kiss, Károly THU 11.50-13.10
Milard, Beatrice WED 14.50-16.30
Milofsky, Carl WED 11.40-13.20
Miquel Verd, Joan FRI 8.50-9.50
Mólera Peris, Lourdes THU 10.10-11.30
Molina, Elisenda THU 10.10-11.30
Molina, José Luis WED 16.50-18.30
Molina, José Luis FRI 10.10-11.30
Molina, José Luis FRI 14.40-16.20
Molina-Morales,
Francesc Xavier
FRI 11.50-13.10
Mollenhorst, Gerald THU 8.30-9.50
Mollenhorst, Gerald FRI 11.50-13.10
Mollenhorst, Gerald WED 11.40-13.20
Montagna, Mattea THU 11.50-13.10
Montes Lihn, Jaime FRI 10.10-11.30
Montes, Carlos FRI 16.40-18.20
Morin, Jean-Frédéric FRI 16.40-18.20
Moro, Esteban FRI 10.10-11.30
Moutoukias, Zacarias FRI 14.40-16.20
Muller, Allan WED 11.40-13.20
Muntanyola, Dafne THU 8.30-9.50
Muntanyola-Saura, Dafne WED 11.40-13.20
Muscillo, Alessio THU 8.30-9.50
Napel, Stefan FRI 11.50-13.10
Naylor, Deirdre THU 11.50-13.10
Nelson, David WED 11.40-13.20
Nenci, Silvia FRI 14.40-16.20
Nenko, Aleksandra WED 11.40-13.20
Neray, Balint FRI 16.40-18.20
Nerghes, Adina WED 11.40-13.20
Newton, Adrian THU 10.10-11.30
Niezink, Nynke M. D THU 10.10-11.30
Noguera Méndez, Pedro THU 10.10-11.30
Nuñez, Juan THU 8.30-9.50
Oliver, Kathryn WED 11.40-13.20
Oliver, Kathryn WED 14.50-16.30
Orsini, Amandine FRI 16.40-18.20
Oubenal, Mohamed WED 11.40-13.20
Oubenal, Mohamed FRI 16.40-18.20
Ozel, Bulent THU 11.50-13.10
Ozel, Bulent FRI 11.50-13.10
Pablo Cabanelas, FRI 11.50-13.10
Pahl-Wostl, Claudia FRI 16.40-18.20
Pál, Judit FRI 16.40-18.20
Pallotti, Francesca WED 11.40-13.20
Pallotti, Francesca THU 11.50-13.10
Pampalona-Tarrés, Judith THU 8.30-9.50
Park, Han Woo WED 16.50-18.30
Park, Han Woo FRI 11.50-13.10
Park, Jinseo THU 11.50-13.10
Park, Jinseo THU 15.20-16.50
Park, Ji Young WED 16.50-18.30
Pascual, Rubio FRI 10.10-11.30
Pascual, Unai WED 14.50-16.30
Pattiselanno, Kim FRI 14.40-16.20
Payne, Diane FRI 10.10-11.30
Payne, Diane THU 15.20-16.50
Pécout, Hugues THU 11.50-13.10
Penalva, Elise FRI 10.10-11.30
Pérez-Zapata, Óscar FRI 8.50-9.50
Peters, Luisa WED 14.50-16.30
Pfeffer, Juergen FRI 10.10-11.30
Pike, Susan THU 10.10-11.30
Pilar, Marques THU 15.20-16.50
Pilati, Katia FRI 16.40-18.20
Pinaud, Bruno FRI 16.40-18.20
Pinto-Carral, Arrate THU 10.10-11.30
Pirker, Heidemarie THU 15.20-16.50
Pisa, Ivan WED 16.50-18.30
Pizarro, Narciso FRI 14.40-16.20
Ploszaj, Adam WED 14.50-16.30
Poghosyan, Tatevik WED 11.40-13.20
Popov, V WED 11.40-13.20
Porzio, Giovanni THU 10.10-11.30
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Praprotnik, Selena FRI 16.40-18.20
Prieur, Christophe FRI 14.40-16.20
Prosperina Vitale, Maria WED 14.50-16.30
Prosperina Vitale, Maria THU 10.10-11.30
Prosperina Vitale, Maria FRI 8.50-9.50
Prota, Laura FRI 10.10-11.30
Quiroga-Sanchez ,
Enedina
THU 10.10-11.30
Ragozini, Giancarlo WED 14.50-16.30
Ragozini, Giancarlo THU 8.30-9.50
Ragozini, Giancarlo FRI 8.50-9.50
Ragozini, Giancarlo FRI 10.10-11.30
Ramos-Vidal, Ignacio FRI 14.40-16.20
Ravera, Federica WED 14.50-16.30
Redondo, Esther WED 16.50-18.30
Reixach, Albert WED 16.50-18.30
Rennie, Laura FRI 14.40-16.20
Repke, Lydia FRI 16.40-18.20
Restrepo Plaza, Lina
Maria
WED 11.40-13.20
Reyes Acosta, Cornelia WED 16.50-18.30
Reyes García, Victoria FRI 10.10-11.30
Ribeiro, Filipa THU 14.40-16.10
Ribeiro, Filipa WED 16.50-18.30
Rivellini, Giulia FRI 11.50-13.10
Rivero Ostoic, Antonio THU 10.10-11.30
Roberts, Chris WED 11.40-13.20
Robins, Garry WED 11.40-13.20
Rodrigues, Luciano THU 15.20-16.50
Rodríguez Díaz, Josep
Antoni
FRI 11.50-13.10
Rodríguez Jaume, María
José
FRI 11.50-13.10
Rodríguez, José A. WED 11.40-13.20
Rodríguez-García, Dan FRI 16.40-18.20
Roman, Sara THU 11.50-13.10
Rong Lee, Zong FRI 16.40-18.20
Ronzhyn, Alexander WED 16.50-18.30
Rouchier, Juliette FRI 14.40-16.20
Rözer, Jesper FRI 11.50-13.10
Rozza, Alessandro THU 10.10-11.30
Ruiz Pérez, Manuel THU 15.20-16.50
Rydgren, Jens WED 11.40-13.20
Rykov, Yuri THU 11.50-13.10
Sailer, Kerstin FRI 10.10-11.30
Salah, Zaher THU 8.30-9.50
Salazar, Boris WED 11.40-13.20
Salpeteur, Matthieu FRI 10.10-11.30
Sánchez Aguilera,Dolores FRI 11.50-13.10
Sánchez Martí, Angelina FRI 10.10-11.30
Sandín Esteban, María
Paz
FRI 10.10-11.30
Santana, María Eugenia WED 16.50-18.30
Santos Castroviejo, Iago WED 14.50-16.30
Santos, Martín THU 11.50-13.10
Santos, Wagner THU 15.20-16.50
Sarabi, Yasaman THU 15.20-16.50
Schaefer, David THU 10.10-11.30
Schaer, Martine FRI 14.40-16.20
Schmidt, Jenny THU 11.50-13.10
Schoch, David FRI 11.50-13.10
Schubert, Iljana THU 10.10-11.30
Schutjens, Veronique THU 8.30-9.50
Sebestyén, Tamás FRI 11.50-13.10
Seferiadis, Anastasia FRI 16.40-18.20
Semitiel García, María THU 10.10-11.30
Serino, Marco THU 8.30-9.50
Serrano Lara, José Javier FRI 10.10-11.30
Severo, Marta THU 11.50-13.10
Sheehan, Kathleen WED 11.40-13.20
Simon de Blas, Clara FRI 8.50-9.50
Simon Martin, Jose FRI 8.50-9.50
Sitch, Matthew THU 10.10-11.30
Sliskovic, Tanja WED 14.50-16.30
Smith, Matthew THU 15.20-16.50
Smuc, Michael WED 14.50-16.30
Smuc, Michael THU 15.20-16.50
Snijders, Tom THU 10.10-11.30
Sohler, Karin FRI 16.40-18.20
Sohn, Christophe THU 8.30-9.50
Solana-Solana, Miguel FRI 16.40-18.20
Solano, Giacomo THU 8.30-9.50
Somorrostro López,
Patricia
FRI 11.50-13.10
Sorolla, Natxo THU 11.50-13.10
Stark, Martin FRI 14.40-16.20
Steglich, Christian FRI 14.40-16.20
Stenger, Zsolt THU 11.50-13.10
Stevenson, Rachel WED 11.40-13.20
Steverink, Nardi THU 11.50-13.10
Stovel, Katherine WED 16.50-18.30
Šubelj, Lovro WED 16.50-18.30
Sulinska, Iwona WED 14.50-16.30
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Szejda, Jacek THU 10.10-11.30
Szontágh, Éva FRI 16.40-18.20
Teglio, Andrea THU 11.50-13.10
Teixeira, Fabio WED 16.50-18.30
Teixeira, José THU 10.10-11.30
Tejada, Juan THU 8.30-9.50
Tejada, Juan THU 10.10-11.30
Tenisheva, Ksenia THU 11.50-13.10
Teves, Laura THU 8.30-9.50
Thomas, Mathieu WED 14.50-16.30
Tischer, Daniel FRI 10.10-11.30
Titkova, Vera FRI 16.40-18.20
Titkova, Vera FRI 14.40-16.20
Tobias, Yvonne FRI 8.50-9.50
Toepfer, Tom WED 14.50-16.30
Tranmer, Mark WED 11.40-13.20
Truschkat, Inga WED 14.50-16.30
Tsuladze, Lia WED 16.50-18.30
Tubaro, Paola THU 11.50-13.10
Tubaro, Paola FRI 14.40-16.20
Vacca, Raffaele WED 14.50-16.30
Vacca, Raffaele FRI 14.40-16.20
Vacca, Raffaele FRI 16.40-18.20
Vacchiano, Mattia WED 11.40-13.20
Valenzuela-García, Hugo WED 16.50-18.30
Vallet, Jason FRI 16.40-18.20
Van den Bergh, Jeroen FRI 10.10-11.30
Van Duijn, Marijtje FRI 8.50-9.50
Van Tilburg, Theo THU 11.50-13.10
Van Tubergen, Frank WED 16.50-18.30
Vanbeselaere, Silke THU 15.20-16.50
Vandenbogaerde, Ellen WED 11.40-13.20
Varanda, Marta FRI 16.40-18.20
Varga, Attila FRI 11.50-13.10
Veenstra, René FRI 14.40-16.20
Veltri, Giuseppe A. FRI 14.40-16.20
Videira, Pedro WED 11.40-13.20
Villena-Oliver, Andrés FRI 14.40-16.20
Violon, Chloe WED 14.50-16.30
Vitale, Tommaso FRI 16.40-18.20
Vlaemynck, Marieke WED 11.40-13.20
Vogl, Christian R. THU 15.20-16.50
Völker, Beate THU 8.30-9.50
Völker, Beate FRI 11.50-13.10
Volkova, Irina FRI 10.10-11.30
Vollebergh, Wilma FRI 14.40-16.20
Wasserman, Stanley FRI 10.10-11.30
Watson, Joseph FRI 14.40-16.20
Wencelius, Jean WED 14.50-16.30
Weren, Serena THU 10.10-11.30
Windhager, Florian WED 14.50-16.30
Windhager, Florian THU 15.20-16.50
Wittek, Rafael THU 11.50-13.10
Wurpts, Bernd WED 16.50-18.30
Wyss, Romano FRI 16.40-18.20
Wyss, Tobias FRI 16.40-18.20
Xing, Xin WED 16.50-18.30
Xu, Wayne Weiai WED 16.50-18.30
Yasar Tinar, Mustafa FRI 16.40-18.20
Yee, Claire THU 10.10-11.30
Yepes, Lídia WED 16.50-18.30
Yousafzai, Shumaila Y. FRI 14.40-16.20
Yter, Mireia WED 14.50-16.30
Zaccarin, Susanna FRI 11.50-13.10
Zaccarin, Susanna WED 14.50-16.30
Zappa, Paola WED 11.40-13.20
Zaremberg, Gisela FRI 14.40-16.20
Zargari Asl, Hamid THU 8.30-9.50
Zarzecka, Olga FRI 11.50-13.10
Zenk, Lukas WED 14.50-16.30
Zenk, Lukas THU 11.50-13.10
Zenk, Lukas THU 15.20-16.50
Zeroual, Abdellatif WED 11.40-13.20
Žnidarši, Anja FRI 10.10-11.30
Zweekhorst, Marjolein FRI 16.40-18.20

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Practical information


Practical information

Accommodation
Please note that the campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona is about 45 minutes
of traveling away from the city center (35 min by train and 5-10 min walk). It is strongly
recommended to book an accommodation on the University campus, either in Hotel Campus
(http://www.hotelcampusuab.com) or in the apartments. Both are relatively cheap (about €60
per night for two persons, and €8 for breakfast) and about 15 minutes' walk to the place where
the conference will be held. Breakfast for both places is provided in the same room. In case
you want to share an apartment on the campus with other participants, we suggest to use this
Doodle: http://doodle.com/bpvue7hgxzpkfb5d. Please note that the apartments provide linen
and towels but no shampoo or soap. The kitchen has a fridge and a microwave. A small
supermarket is nearby - in case you forgot to bring soap or shampoo.
If you wish to stay in the center of Barcelona, it may be a good idea to choose a hotel close to
the Catalonia Square ("Plaça Catalunya"), to minimize travel time. We propose Hostal Grau,
http://www.hostalgrau.com/en/hotel->overview.html. The hotel can be booked online (from
€110 per night, breakfast excluded).
If you want to find a hotel between the two places, you can check the train travel here:
http://www.fgc.cat/downloads/horaris/Sabadell_1403.pdf and choose one village and try to
find a hotel near the station. One example: San Cugat del Vallés is one of the largest and most
beautiful villages located between Barcelona and the university campus. The S2 line goes to
the UAB (10 min) and to the Plaça Catalunya (25min). Here are two hotels you could check:
http://www.hotel-santcugat.com/en/ and http://www.qgathotel.com/. Hotel AS Hoteles
Bellaterra may be geographically close to the UAB, but there is no connection by public
transport , so please check other options.

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Transport

The airport is located in El Prat de Llobregat, 18 km outside Barcelona. From the airport you
will have to take the bus, or the train to get into the centre of Barcelona and then change to
get a different train out to the UAB. Alternatively you can take a taxi directly from the airport.

Option A - By taxi from the airport to the UAB
This is the most expensive, quickest and easiest way to get to the UAB. Official black and
yellow taxis wait in the ranks at the exits of both terminals at the airport.
• The journey takes 30-40 minutes but is dependent on the traffic and will cost 50-60€. The
personnel in the hotel lobby and the apartments can arrange a taxi back to the airport for you.
• There are two types of fare: T1 is applied at night and is more expensive; T2 is applied on
weekdays from 07:00 to 21:00.

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Option B1: By bus
(STEP1 - from the airport to Barcelona city center)
There are several bus lines that run between Barcelona and the airport. However, the easiest
way to get to Barcelona is by taking the Aerobús (A1 to/from Terminal 1, or A2 to/from
Terminal 2). There are stops outside both airport terminals and the final destination is Plaça
Catalunya, located in the centre of Barcelona.
The Aerobuses are light and dark blue and have 'Aerobús' written
down the side. You can buy the ticket from the staff at the bus stops
(payment in cash or by credit card), at the automatic sales machines
(payment by credit card) or by paying the bus driver (cash only).
From Plaça Catalunya you will have to change to the train to get to the
UAB (see section on Trains from Plaça Catalunya to the UAB and map)
Aerobús timetable:

Terminal T1 (Airport) - Pl. Catalunya
(Barcelona)
From 05.35 h to 07.30 h every 10 min
From 07.30 h to 22.25 h every 5 min
From 22.25 h to 01.05 h every 10 min
Pl. Catalunya (Barcelona) - Terminal T1
(Airport)
From 05.00 h to 06.50 h every 10 min
From 06.50 h to 21.45 h every 5 min
From 21.45 h to 00.30 h every 10 min


Terminal T2 (Airport) - Pl. Catalunya
(Barcelona)
From 06.00 h to 07.00 h every 20 min
From 07.00 h to 23.00 h every 10 min
From 23.00 h to 01.00 h every 20 min
Pl. Catalunya (Barcelona) - Terminal T2
(Airport)
From 05.30 h to 06.50 h every 20 min
From 06.50 h to 22.20 h every 10 min
From 22.20 h to 00.30 h every 20 min
The service operates 365 days a year, always with the same schedule and takes approximately
35 minutes. Prices: One way - 5.90€; Return – 10.20€
(For further information: http://www.aerobusbcn.com/index.php/en/discoveraerobus.html)
NOTE: You can find the Aerobús stop directly outside the enormous El Corte Ingles department
store on one side of the Plaça Catalunya.
On your return, please note that there are two separate queues - one for the Aerobús (A1) to
Terminal 1 and another for the Aerobús (A2) to Terminal 2. The Aerobús queue for Terminal 1
is located towards the front of the bus stop if you are facing away from the Ramblas. The
queue for the Aerobús to Terminal 2 is behind this. At busy times there is a member of staff at
the stop who can help you and give you directions.
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Option B2: By train
(STEP 1 - from the airport to Barcelona City Centre via SANTS station)
The train station is located in Terminal 2 of the airport. If you
arrive in Terminal 1, you will first have to catch the free shuttle
bus to the station in Terminal 2 (located across the road/sky bridge
from Terminal 2B). These buses "Bustransit T1-T2" are green, and run
every 6-7 minutes (at night 20-25 min). The journey between the
terminals takes up to 10 minutes.The RENFE train station is just outside Terminal 2.
 Buy a ticket (see below) and remember to keep it.
 Take the train to Barcelona (Line R2). These are the only ones that come to and from
the airport. Trains depart every 30 minutes.
 Get off at the Barcelona Sants station (10-15 min. - arriving at platform 13 or 14).
 Now you need to change to the second train. When you get off the train you need to
go up into the main concourse and find platform 8. You can use the same ticket to exit
the first concourse and enter the second. From here you can catch any train; get off at
the next stop, Plaça Catalunya (approx. 5 minutes) and exit the station to the street
above.
 When you arrive in Plaça Catalunya and you wish to continue your trip to the UAB, you
should leave this train station and walk to the Ferrocarrils (FGC) train to the UAB (see
section Trains from Plaça Catalunya to the UAB (Ferrocarrils).
Price: A single train ticket from the airport to Plaça Catalunya should cost around 2.15€.
However, if you are travelling in a group or you wish to go into Barcelona city centre on other
days, a more convenient and possibly cheaper alternative is to buy a T-10 combined ticket (see
section on the T-10 ticket, below).
RENFE timetable:
From Barcelona Airport: The first train leaves the airport at 05:13 in the morning and the last
train leaves the airport at 23:44 at night.
From Estació Sants: The first train leaves Estació Sants at 05:13 in the morning and the last
train leaves “Sants” at 23:14 at night.

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Options B1 and B2 (STEP 2): Trains from Plaça Catalunya to the UAB
The best way to get to the UAB from the city center of Barcelona is by train with the
"Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya" company (FGC), lines S2 and S55 . The
train departs from the underground station at the Catalonia Square, in Catalan the "Plaça
Catalunya" (at the very center of Barcelona; see Map 1). You can enter the station in front of
the Café Zurich, a large café at the corner of the Plaça Catalunya that is closest to the Rambla
(see Map 1 in the Appendix). Please note that there are two entries to underground stations
next to each other, one of them is for the FGC and the other for the metro. The correct one is
indicated with the logo and above the stairs, you will see S2 and S55 indicated among
the lines. The trip takes about 34-36 minutes, and a train departs every 10-15 minutes
(depending on the time of the day).

• Buy a ticket (see below). Please do NOT throw away your ticket too early, because you will
need it again to leave the train station when you arrive.
 Take Line S2 direction Sabadell or S55 direction Universitat Autònoma. Both go the
UAB. (Make sure you do not take the other trains departing from there.)
• If you are going to the Hotel Campus or the apartments on campus, get off at the Bellaterra
stop. From there it takes just a few minutes to walk to the hotel on a forested road. Just take
the direction "Vila Universitària" and follow the road, you will see the hotel to your left hand.
 If you are going directly to the conference venue, get off at the Universitat Autònoma
station (see UAB map in the appendix). From this station, the walk takes about 5-10 minutes
to the Faculty of Arts, where the conference will be held (see below for a description of the
route).
Weekdays Weekends
Frequency Approx. every 12
minutes
Approx. every 20 minutes
First Train from UAB -> Plaça
Catalunya
04:50 05:45
Last Train from UAB -> Plaça
Catalunya
23:17
(Friday – 02:12)
Saturday – 02:12
Sunday – 00:15
First Train from Plaça Catalunya ->
UAB
05:17 05:37
Last train from Plaça Catalunya ->
UAB
23:23
(Friday - 01:35)
Saturday - 01:35
Sunday – 23:25
Vila Universitària
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For time tables and further information, please check the pdf file at
http://www.fgc.net/downloads/horaris/pdf/lectiu/24_Bellaterra_LECTIU_BV05_1_tz.pdf or
the site http://www.fgc.net/eng/index.asp (for the first box, select the lines "Barcelona-
Vallès", then select the "Plaça Catalunya" as departure stations and either "Universitat
Autònoma" or "Bellaterra" as arrival stations).
Price: A one-way ticket to the UAB costs €3.00 (it´s 2 zones). It is highly recommend to
purchase a T-10 combined ticket for 2 zones (€20,3) so you can make 10 trips. (see section on
the T-10 ticket, below).
For further information on FGC trains: http://www.fgc.es/eng/index.asp
In the appendix, you will find the map of Plaça Catalunya and the location of the entrances to
the FGC and RENFE stations as well as the Aerobús stop (Map 1) and maps of the UAB campus.
Note that there is another train going to the University from the city center, from the national
railway company "Renfe", which brings you to the station called "Cerdanyola-Universitat".
However, we strongly recommend to take the FGC line instead.

T-10 ticket
The UAB Campus is outside the city of Barcelona, so you need a Zone 2 ticket.
If you buy a single ticket, it only can be used for one kind of transport; i.e. only for RENFE or
FGC or the Metro, etc. For example, you have to buy another ticket when transferring from the
airport train to the metro, and another for the FGC train to the UAB.
However, there is an integrated ticket, which allows you to use
all kinds of transport in the city of Barcelona (RENFE, FGC,
metro, bus and tram although NOT the Aerobús). The minimum
is a ten-journey ticket (T-10). To get to the UAB campus you
will have to buy a 2 Zone T-10 ticket (20.30 €). This T-10 ticket
can be used by more than one person, if travelling together.
Simply use the same ticket as many times as needed for passing the barrier for entering into
the train station
The T-10 ticket can be used on more than one means of transport and which is counted as a
single journey as long as the final change is within 1 hour and 30 minutes after you first frank
the ticket for that journey (or 1 hour and 15 minutes for 1 Zone). This means for example, you
can make changes at metro stops, then leave the metro and get on a bus to finish your journey
or vice versa BUT you cannot re-enter the metro once you have left it - this would count as
another journey. You should be able to take the RENFE train from the airport, change to the
Metro and then change again to the FGC train to the UAB all within the time limit, for the price
of a single journey.
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If you plan on going into the centre of Barcelona various days, or you can share your ticket
with another person, this is the most economic way of travelling around.

Where to buy tickets (including the T10)
Train ticket vending machines can be found in both the airport station and the stations in
Barcelona city centre. There are five ticket machines in Barcelona Airport. If you have difficulty
using the machine, ask somebody wearing a high visibility jacket - there is normally somebody
manning the machines who will be able to help you.
You can pay at the machines with both cash (coins and notes
up to 20€) and credit/debit cards.
The languages available at machines are:
1. German
2. Spanish
3. Catalan
4. English
5. French

Note: It is possible to buy multiple tickets with one payment.




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How to find your way on the campus...
...if you stay on campus
The route from the hotel to the conference will be indicated on site, but here is a description
that follows the blue route on Map 2 and 3 (the latter is more detailed): Leave the hotel, go
around the breakfast hall to the main street. Go to your right, and walk down the road parallel
to the student apartments. Before the roundabout, cross the street and continue your walk on
the smaller road until you are behind a white building. Either walk down the hill (around the
white building) or - if it´s later than 9am and especially if you wear high heals- enter the white
building (a library, indicated with 45/58 on map 4 and "Biblioteca de Comunicació" at Map 6)
and take the elevator down to the first floor, then leave the building on the other side. You are
now on a square, the "Plaça Cívica", with a farmacy and some shops on the left side and an
ATM on the other side (see photo below). Cross the square completely to the other end (keep
right at the other end), take the wooden ramp and continue your walk up hill (now change to
the red route on Map 4, starting at the Plaça Cívica). On your right hand side you will pass the
faculties of Sociology and Political Sciences, Psychology and if you´d continue Arts. Enter the
building of the conference venue at the sign of the "Facultat de Psicologia" (see Map 4, and the
picture below). If you arrive early, please know that you can get coffee from 8 am onwards by
continuing the road up hill, where you will find the bar/restaurant with the outside terrace on
your right hand (see Map 4/6/7).

Right: Plaça Cívica; Left: Side entrance of the Faculty

... if you do not stay on campus
Once you have arrived by train at the Universitat Autònoma station, follow the crowd leaving
the train station until you arrive on a large square with some shops, the "Plaça Cívica". Cross
the square diagonally to your left, take the wooden ramp and continue your walk up hill. On
your right hand side you will pass the faculties of Sociology and Political Sciences, Psychology
and -if you´d continue- Arts (see the red route on Map 4). Enter the building at your right when
you see the sign of the "Facultat de Psicologia" (see the picture above). If you arrive early, you
can continue the road up hill, where you will find the bar/restaurant with the outside terrace
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on your right hand as well, to take a relaxing cup of coffee (see Map 4/6/7; coffee from 8 am
onwards).
Where to eat?
Eating on and around the university campus
On the campus, there are a few places where you can enjoy a meal. Here we give you more
detailed information about the different options so that you can choose whatever you like
most. Most of the catering areas are open from 8am to 7.30pm.
 Faculty of Philosophy and Arts and Faculty of Psychology - bar (indicated as 2 on map
7). It is the nearest place from the conference rooms where you can have breakfast
and lunch, coffee and tea and other drinks. They serve daily menus (and sometimes
pizzas) for about 7 euros, including dessert (between 12.45 and 15.00 - beer and wine
too). Sandwiches, pastries, coffee and tea, beer and other drinks can be bought all day
(note that at lunch time there is a separate queue for the menus and for the
sandwiches/coffee/tea). There are outdoor tables where the shadow is guaranteed.
 Faculty of Philosophy and Arts and Faculty of Psychology - restaurant (indicated as 3
on map 7). A bit hidden from the eye, you can find the entry to this small restaurant
within the bar, close to the exit to the terrace. Locals refer to this restaurant as “la
bonita” (the nice one, in comparison to the bar of course..). Here you can have three-
course lunches with wine and good coffee for about 15-20 euro, but beware: it´s easily
filled. You can make reservations.
 Faculty of Science (indicated as 6 on Map 4). It is one of the largest restaurants on the
campus. It has two floors, and a bar (self-catering), a restaurant, and a pizzeria. They
offer a great variety of food (between 1 and 4 pm), sandwiches, pastries, coffee and
tea and other drinks. They also have places to sit outside.
 Restaurant "La Plaça" (indicated as 3 on Map 4). It is right at the center of the
campus, on La Plaça Cívica, which you will cross when you get off the train station. It is
cheaper than the others, and the quality of the food is similar. You can also take a beer
or a coffee outside while watching the plaza with the students (Location: Plaça Cívica).
 Bar-Frankfurt (indicated as 3 on Map 3). This is a proper bar. As the name suggests,
you can eat sausages, sandwiches and snacks there. It is also open at night and the
Hospitality Suite is here. (Location: Vila Universitaria, very close to the Hotel Campus)
 Bar of the Hotel Campus (indicated as 1 on Map 3). The hotel Campus has a small
menu to cater for their guests at night, so in case you stay at the hotel and you want to
dine in, you can…
 La Marmita (indicated as 1 on Map 3). This is a more formal restaurant located within
the Hotel Campus, which is open for lunch. You can find it in the same space as the
hotel bar.


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Around the campus:
 Marcs (Bartomeu 21, Bellaterra - close to the Vila Universitaria;
http://restaurantmarcs.blogspot.com.es/2013/11/ubicacio.html). If you stay in hotel
Campus, you might like to go out for dinner without travelling all the way to Barcelona.
A nice ten-minutes walk through the village of Bellaterra (see Map 5) will lead you to
restaurant Marcs, which has an outside terrace that is lovely and relaxing on warm
summer evenings. Just take care when you walk back with a little alcohol clouding your
head, because cars sometimes pass by at great speed and there is no sidewalk for part
of the road…
 La Bolera (Sant Cugat del Vallés, opens daily except Sunday for lunch,
http://www.restaurantlabolera.com/en). Sant Cugat is just a few train stops away
from the campus (10 min). This restaurant serves great catalan, home-style food. It is a
bit more expensive but many international social networkers like it here. Think meat
and vegetables “a la brasa” (off the grill), pan con tomate, and nice wines.
 La Margotín (Sant Cugat del Vallés; Tues-Sat lunch 13.30 – 15.30, dinner 21.00 – 23.30,
http://www.totsantcugat.cat/margotin). Also located in Sant Cugat. Swiss cheese
fondues and salads are the specialty here.
These are the easiest places to find, but for more information, or a map, you can check the
following web-page:
http://www.uab.es/servlet/Satellite/life/food-1101231886107.html

If you want general information about the Campus, please check the following link
http://www.uab.es/servlet/Satellite/Life-1101231879101.html

Eating in Barcelona
As you know Barcelona is a big city, and you can find all kinds of restaurants and bars to eat.
Nonetheless, there are a few places around the city centre that we would like to recommend
you:
 Restaurant “La Flauta” (Carrer d’Aribau, 23, near Plaza Universitat): This modern
restaurant is a very traditional place for Spanish food, and recommended by many
colleagues. It is especially recommended for tapas, and the ham (“el jamón”) they
serve is excellent. The staff is very helpful and they have menus in English as well. For
reviews check: http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-flauta-barcelona (note: it is a very busy
place at night, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, so it is recommended to arrive
between 8 pm and 9pm or if possible, to book a table in advance)
 Restaurant “Maitea” (Carrer de Casanova, 157; http://www.maitea.es/). Pinchos, this
is a traditional Basque place. Maitea is located close to Plaza Universitat and a bit
further away from the touristic areas. It serves all kinds of crazy pinchos, the Basque
variation of tapas, and excellent wine and sangría.
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 Can Solé (C/San Carles, 4; http://www.restaurantcansole.com/). Traditional Catalan
cuisine, with excellent rice dishes. An institution. It is close to the old port, the Port
Vell, which is a nice area for going for a walk afterwards. A bit more expensive.
 El Suquet de l’Almirall. (Passeig de Joan de Borbó, 65;
http://www.suquetdelalmirall.com). This place is also close to the Port Vell. It is also
an emblematic place, and very cosy, where you can have all sorts of rice dishes,
especially brothy rice ("arroz caldoso"), which is very typical in Catalonia. It´s a bit
more expensive.
 Catamarán (Avda. Litoral, 44 (Platja Bogatell);
http://barcelona.salir.com/restaurante_catamaran). For paellas, but this time at the
Bogatell beach. Start for example with squid and have a seafood paella or a meat grill,
with a white wine of Rueda verdejo, in a relaxing beach atmosphere. But the best is
the view and the walk at the beach afterwards.
 Matsuri (Pl. Regomir 1; http://www.matsuri-restaurante.com). One of the best Asian
restaurants (Japanese and Thai) in Barcelona.
 El Café de l’Academia (Carrer de Lledó, 1;
http://www.bcnrestaurantes.com/barcelona.asp?restaurante=cafe-de-l-academia).
This is a small and cosy place located in the gothic quarter. Great Catalan food, with a
nice terrace.
 Casa Alfonso (Roger de Llúria 6; http://casaalfonso.com/ca/) Delicious tapas and ham.
 “La Boquería” market: The bars located around the Boquería market (right at the
centre, just off the Rambla street) serve fresh fish and seafood. El Quim de la Boquería
and Pinotxo are examples of such bars. The market is definitely a must-see.
http://www.boqueria.info/
 Qué bueno que viniste (C/Ciutat, 10; http://quebuenoqueviniste.net/). Combines
Argentinean cuisine with tapas.
 Little Italy (C/ Rec, 30; http://www.littleitaly.es/). Italian restaurant with live jazz
music.
 Meson David (Carrer Carretes 63; http://www.mesondavid.com/). Restaurant with
typical Galician food in the Raval.
 Tickets (Avinguda Paral·lel, 164; http://www.ticketsbar.es/web/). El Bulli Chef Ferran
Adria is one of the owners of this tapas bar which serves of course avantgarde tapas.
It´s pricey. And you must reserve online.

Vegetarians and vegans can have a bit of a rough time in Spain. Tapas is a good option; so are
Italian restaurants. In mainstream restaurants, you can best ask for two entrees instead of one
entree and a main course. Even so, do not be surprised if there is some ham or an anchovy in
your "vegetarian" dish... Some completely vegetarian/vegan restaurants:

 Juicy Jones (C/Hospital 74). Vegan food, menu of 10 euros both at lunch and dinner
time. Of course there are also lots of fruit and vegetable juices to try. Very original,
colourful and cheap.
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 Teresa Carles (Jovellanos, 2; http://www.teresacarles.com/cat) Known as the best
vegetarian restaurant in town. Prices range from 12-25 euros. Vegetarian food with
hints of the Catalan cuisine.
 La Báscula (C/ Flassaders, 30). Very cosy ambience, and the daily changing menu
includes standards such as quiches, crêpes, smoothies and delicious cakes. Make sure
you try their homemade ginger and lemon juice.
 Biocenter (C/Pintor Fortuny, 25; http://restaurantebiocenter.es/ ) Price between 10
and 25 euros. Vegetarian and vegan food, organic production.
For more information, please check these tourist pages:
http://www.barcelona.com/barcelona_city_guide/where_to_eat_barcelona

What to do during leisure time in Barcelona?
It´s July! And Barcelona is full of activities during these days. We let you know some places to
visit, and, if you wish, we can help you to manage the reservation tickets for dinners,
museums, concerts…
If you only have time in the evenings, here are some sites to visit and things to do:
 La Pedrera (http://www.lapedrera.com/en/home) A visit to Casa Milà, popularly
known as ‘La Pedrera’ (the stone quarry), gives us a better understanding and
appreciation of architecture and take us to the period when Antoni Gaudí lived. The
programme 'La Pedrera by day’ includes a visit to the most important parts of the
building: the Roof-Terrace, the Espai Gaudí (the attic), an apartment that recreates
bourgeois life in the early 20th century, The Courtyards, and the Exhibition Hall, which
has a separate direct entrance from the street and is open whenever there is an
exhibition. But for those of you who don´t stay an extra day, the programme `The
Secret Pedrera´ (from 8.15 pm; last entry at 10.45 pm) shows you La Pedrera by night.
You can combine the tour with a dinner if you like. Should you like to enjoy a small jazz
concert in the atmosphere of La Pedrera, you can visit it on the 3rd, 4th or 5th of July
at 9.45 pm for a concert of the Horacio & Lucía Fumero Trío, plus drinks, check
http://www.lapedrera.com/en/activities/music/summer-nights-la-pedrera-2014
 Gran Teatre del Liceu (http://www.liceubarcelona.cat/en/calendar.html?L=2&page=7-
2014) Barcelona's opera house, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, was founded on the Rambla
in 1847 and has continued over the years to fulfill its role as a culture and arts centre.
It is one of the symbols of the city. Check out the program at their website.
 Palau de la Musica (http://www.palaumusica.cat/en): The Palau de la Música Catalana
is an architectural jewel of Catalan Art Nouveau, the only concert venue in this style to
be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The concert auditorium is one of the
most distinguished in the world. You can do a guided tour at the Palau (expensive
though). If you would like to enjoy the Palau properly, consider booking a ticket for a
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choir singing "the Four Seasons" on the 1st of July, or a flamenco performance on the
4th.
 Sala Apolo (https://www.sala-apolo.com/en/; c/ Nou de la Rambla 113) and
Razzmatazz (http://www.salarazzmatazz.com/; Pamplona 88) are two night clubs that
are quite popular. Jamboree (Plaça Reial 17 ) and the Harlem Jazz Club (C/Comtessa
de Sobradiel, 8) are... jazz clubs you can check out.
 On the 1st and 4th of July, there are matches of the World Cup in Brazil. Want to know
the best bars for watching football in Barcelona, right? Check out http://www.oh-
barcelona.com/en/blog/2013/things-to-do/sports/live-football-barcelona-7658.
 Of course you cannot leave Barcelona without taking a dip in the Mediterranean sea,
even if it´s at night. The Barceloneta beach is probably the most crowded one (but not
at night), but the most central too. At some beach bars you can dine too, a relaxed way
to end the day (and start the night) http://www.timeout.com/barcelona/food-and-
drink/the-best-chiringuitos-in-barcelona.


Did you plan an extra day in Barcelona? Good! Of course one great activity is to stroll through
the Gothic Quarter with its labyrinth of narrow streets and beautiful squares and churches, to
admire some of the highlights of the Modernist architecture, or to relax in one of the parks of
the city (Parc Guell! Parc de la Ciutadella! .. and take a tea in the Hivernacle if you´re there)
 Exhibition at the Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona (CCCB): "Big Bang
Data" (http://www.cccb.org/en/exposicio-big_bang_data-45167). An exhibition of the
explosion of data in our lives, with beautiful data visualizations. Montalegre 5, 08001
Barcelona. Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 am - 8 pm.
 Museu Nacional d´ Art de Catalunya (MNAC). (http://www.museunacional.cat/en)
This museum at the Montjuic hill provides an overview of Catalan art from the 12th to
the 20th centuries. The best part of the museum is probably the Romanesque
collection. When art historians realised that scores of the tenth-century churches in
the Pyrenees were falling into ruin, the beautiful Romanesque murals were removed
from church apses and they are displayed in the MNAC. Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to
8pm; Sundays and public holidays, 10am to 3pm.
 MACBA (http://www.macba.cat/en/about-macba) As a public entity, the Museu d’Art
Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) disseminates contemporary art, offering a
diverse range of visions, and generates critical debates on art and culture, while
aspiring to reach increasingly diverse audiences. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, from 11 am to 7.30 pm. Saturday, from 10 am to 9 pm
Sunday and public holidays, from 10 am to 3 pm.
 If you are more a swimming pool type of person than a beach person, don´t miss out
on the public swimming pool on the Montjuic hill (Avinguda de Miramar, 31), with
spectacular views on the urban landscape. No time, but you want to see the view
anyway? Here´s a video that explains it all.....
http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2011/nov/01/barcelona-swimming-pool-
montjuic-piscina
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Further practical information

Wifi - campus
The UAB campus (including hotels and apartments) has wifi coverage, but the quality of the
signal varies. You should be able to connect to the internet without problems in the meeting
rooms. To connect, write the direction of the UAB homepage in your browser (www.uab.cat).
You will then receive an access page on which you will have to choose the type of access (guest
or personalized). Identify as a guest and click on OK.
You can find coverage maps on the site http://www.uab.es/servlet/Satellite/des-del-
campus/connexio-sense-fils/planols-de-cobertura-1096479276054.html (it is in Catalan, but
you only need to choose the faculty where you are, "Facultat de Lletres i Psicologia", and then
"Espais Comuns", that is, "public spaces").
Lockers - conference venue
At the conference venue, there will be lockers where you can store your coat and belongings.
They can be found in the main hall, near the entry to the bar. The lockers are coin operated
and need to be left empty at night.
Pharmacy
On the campus, there is a pharmacy at the Plaça Cívica, which is open from 9.30am -8pm. The
pharmacy is indicated with 4 on Map 4. In the city, you can find easily find a pharmacy
("farmacia" in Spanish and Catalan).
Security
Unfortunately it is necessary for anyone travelling in or through Barcelona to be vigilant and
take care of their belongings as tourists are targeted by pickpockets - especially in the city
center (Ramblas, metro stations) and near touristic sites. Should it be necessary, contact
details of the Foreign Embassies in Spain can be found here:
http://embassy.goabroad.com/embassies-in/spain
Money
There are ATMs/cash machines in the airport, the centre of Barcelona (e.g., in Plaça
Catalunya) as well as on the UAB campus (e.g., Plaça Cívica, indicated as 5 on Map 4). If you
need to change money, it is best to do so in the airport when you arrive. The La Caixa Bureau
de change is located in “La Plaza” on level 1 of Terminal 1. It opens from 07:30 to 22:00 every
day. La Caixa banks do not charge commission to change foreign currency. There is no Bureau
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Air travel
Arrival and departure times at Barcelona Airport can be checked on the following pages:
http://www.spanish-airports.com/barcelona/arrivals.php and http://www.spanish-
airports.com/barcelona/departures.php
Weather
Unsubstantiated claims of arrangements with weather deities and up-to-date scientific
predictions may be checked on the following website (just in case):
http://espanol.weather.com/weather/10day-Barcelona-SPXX0015

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Appendix - Maps

Map 1. City center: Train station to UAB campus ( ), Plaça Catalunya, La Rambla

Key: Entrances to underground train and metro station
FGC (Ferrocarils trains) RENFE trains Metro
Walk between FGC and RENFE stations


El Corte Ingles
Department Store
Bar Zurich
& Train
station to
UAB
Airbus Stop
To the sea
(via the
Ramblas)
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Map 2. Overview of the Bellaterra Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona

The red route takes you from the train station Universitat Autònoma to the Faculty of Psychology.
The pink route takes you from the train station Bellaterra to the Hotel Campus and apartments.
The blue route takes you from the Campus hotel to the Faculty of Psychology.
You can find an interactive map of the campus at http://www.uab.es/mapes/

↑Torre Vila-Puig
↖Train station Bellaterra
Hotel Campus↘
Train station↘
Universitat
Autonoma
↙Faculty Psychology
Student facilities ("la Vila")
←Plaça Cívica
←Bar/restaurant, outside terrace, Faculty of Arts
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Map 3. Detailed map of the walk from the train station Bellaterra to the hotel (pink route) and from the hotel Campus to the Plaça Cívica (blue route),
and vice versa.








1 Reception hotel Campus
2 Reception apartments
3 Supermarket and bar "Frankfurt"
3
1
2
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Map 4. Detailed map of the route from the train station Universitat Autónoma (1) and the Plaça Cívica to the conference venue (2) (red route to side
entrance, dotted red route to the bar of the Faculty). 3: Restaurant La Plaça; 4: Pharmacy, 5: ATM; 6: restaurant Faculty Science. Blue route to the hotel.




3 4
1
2
5
To the
hotel and
bar
Frankfurt...

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Map 5. Route from the hotel Campus to restaurant Marcs in Bellaterra (green route)


Marcs



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Map 6. Detailed map of the Faculties of Arts (upper part) and Psychology (lower part)

The grey arrows show the different entrances to the building. You can find the main
entrance ("Accès Principal") right above the information point indicated with SLIPI.
However, if you come from the train station or from the Hotel Campus, you will most likely
enter the building using a side door indicated as "Accés des de Plaça Cívica" (Access from
the Plaça Cívica) or enter via the bar-restaurant. Restrooms are indicated in yellow.



P24
To the
train, to the
hotel...

x
Poster
session
2nd floor:
Department of
Anthropology
computer rooms
conference rooms



Map 7. Detailed map of the Faculty
2
5
6
7
8
11
9
1
3
4
To the
train, to
the
hotel...

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0 Registration 7 Conference room "Sala de Juntas"
1 Main hall 8 Conference room "Sala de Graus"
2 Bar 9 Conference room P24
3 Restaurant 10 Conference rooms
4 Outside terrace 11 Computer rooms
5 Auditorium 12 Bus transfer to the banquet
6 Poster session
0