frequent questions

Where can I see more information about the 2020 Symposium?

On our website https://iberoamericannetworkofcomputationalsociology.org/ in the SYMPOSIUM 2020 section.

Who can participate?

The Virtual Symposium of Computational Sociology 2020 invites researchers, students, members of the IberoamericanNetwork of Computational Sociology, subscribers and all those interested in participating.

Where can I find the template for the short summary?

The short summary template is available on our website in the download area. (https://iberoamericannetworkofcomputationalsociology.org/simposio-2020-1 Spanish version) (https://iberoamericannetworkofcomputationalsociology.org/symposium-2020 English version).

Why are short and extensive summary templates in English?

The short and extensive summary formats are in English because the book resulting from this 2020 symposium will be published in that language.

Can I send my own format for the short summary?

No, since only works with the format established by the Iberoamerican Network of Computational Sociology will be accepted.

In what language will the book be published and why?

The book will be published in English so that it has an international reach.

If my work is selected, should I use some format for my presentation?

Yes, you must use a specific format that is available on our website in the download area. (https://iberoamericannetworkofcomputationalsociology.org/simposio-2020-1 Spanish version) (https://iberoamericannetworkofcomputationalsociology.org/symposium-2020 English version).

What language should my presentation be in?

The presentations must be in the Spanish language (The template available on the website already comes in Spanish).

Is there a publication fee?

No, there won't be publication fee.

Is there a registration fee?

No, there won’t be registration fee.

On what dates will the reception of work be?

The reception of short summaries will be in the period of November and December of the current year.

Where should I send my short summary?

The short summary should be sent to the email address incsred@gmail.com with a copy for leticia.abrica@gmail.com and antonio.aguilera@colsan.edu.mx.

How can I be part of the IberoamericanNetwork of Computational Sociology?

To be part of the network, it is necessary to send an email to the address incsred@gmail.com saying that you want to be part of it, within 96 hours you will receive an email with the information you must send us to register, Once you send us your information, you will receive another email announcing that you are already registered.

Does it cost to join the IberoamericanNetwork of Computational Sociology?

No, it is totally free.

Who can join the network?

All those interested in the area of Computational Sociology.