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Department of Computer Engineering
A.D. Patel Institute of Technology(ADIT)
Organizes a Workshop
on
(In Association of IEEE Student Chapter, ADIT)
Social Network Analysis
- A Practical Approach
12th -13th February,2015
analysis and
cohesion.
understanding
community
Looking at the interdisciplinary nature of this
unique field, the workshop is targeted for
students who will find a world of information
and insight behind the familiar facade of the
social networks. On pursuing further,
participants will benefit from a perspective
on the methods for analysis of constructed
networks, data mining and machine learning
techniques in the field of advance
computing.
Scope
SNA – An Overview
This era of fast changing world of
Technology, people around the world are
directly or indirectly connected by popular
social networks established using webbased platforms rather than by physical
proximity.
Social network analysis (SNA) is the term to
use network theory to analyse social
networks. SNA has its roots in sociology
and mathematics (graph theory). It
combines the concept of the sociogram (a
visual representation of relationships in a
social group) with elements of graph theory
to analyze patterns of interaction among
people in various kinds of networks,
allowing quantitative comparisons between
different network structures.
Objective
Over recent years, there has been a
nascent involvement in supporting social
media analysis for marketing, opinion
Today’s telecom service providers and
Internet-based social network sites hold
large amount of data about their users and
want to interpret adequate information from
the data. A possible facilitator for this is a
cost efficient solution for social data
management and SNA.
The traditional data warehouse based
solutions are usually not cost efficient
enough. To overcome this, low cost and
highly scalable data management and
processing
technologies
from
cloud
computing society should be brought in to
help.
Topics to be covered
Methods and tools for research and
practical applications in the area of Social
Network Analysis will be covered.
 Linux Administration and Networking Socket Programming, SSH
 Big Data and Map Reduce (Data
Mining) framework – Hadoop
 Basics of Cloud/Virtualization and
Programming on EC2/XEN/PAAS
 Open source Programming
 Various techniques for data acquisition,
statistical
network
analysis,
visualization, data mining & cloud based
software toolsets.
Registration Fees & Important Dates
 250/- per student
 12-13th February, 2015, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
 http://goo.gl/forms/b5Oetz2bSp (For Online
Registration)
Organizing Committee
Chief Patron
Dr. C. L. Patel, Chairman, CVM
Patron
Note:
Dr. R.K. Jain, Principal, ADIT
1. Two sessions of first day are free for all
students. Separate registration required.
2. All the students are informed to bring their
Technical Advisory Committee
Dr. V. K. Thakar, Professor & Head
Electronics & Communication Department
own laptop preferably with Internet.
Dr. Ramji Makwana, Professor & Head
Experts
1. Dr. Sourish Dasgupta (Ph.D, University of
Missouri-Kansas City, USA), Presently atDhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information &
Communication
Technology
(DAIICT),
Gandhinagar
2. Mr. Nilesh Vaghela/ Ms Jhalak Modi,
Electromech, Ahmedabad
3. Dr. Vipul Dabhi, Department of Information
Technology, Dharamsinh Desai Institute of
Technology, Nadiad.
4. Prof Hetal Godani, Department of Computer
Engineering, G H Patel College Of
Engineering & Technology, V.V. Nagar.
5. Prof. Minal Patel, (Ph.D. Pursuing),
Department of Computer Engineering, A D
Patel Institute of Technology, New V.V.
Nagar.
6. Mr. Gautam Singh, Matrix Comsec,
Vadodara
Computer Engineering Department
Dr. Narendra Chauhan, Professor & Head
Information Technology Department
Faculty Coordinator
Prof. Minal Patel
Faculty Co-coordinators
Prof Bilav Prajapati
Prof Kinjal Joshi
Student Coordinators
 Shachi Shah(CP-3rd Year) - 7405134054
 Parth Patel (IT-3rd Year) - 7383300996
Organized By:
Computer Engineering Department,
A.D. Patel Institute of Technology, New
Target Audience
rd
V.V. Nagar – 388121, Anand, Gujarat
th
3 Level / 4 Level students of Computer/
IT/EC (ADIT/BVM/GCET/MBICT
Institutions)
-
CVM
Email- [email protected]
Website: www.adit.ac.in