2019 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation
July 09-12, 2019, Lehman Auditorium, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA

Life Time Achievement Award - Dr. John Salerno

Service Award - Tuja Khaund and Katrin Galeano

Best paper Award - Lucas Overbey, Bryan Ek, Kevin Pinzhoffer and Bryan Williams, "Using Common Enemy Graphs to Identify Communities of Coordinated Social Media Activity”

Best Student Paper Award - Nicolas Harder and Matthew Brashears, "A Hybrid Cellular Model for Predicting Organizational Recruitment in a k-Dimensional Space”

Best Working Paper – Iain Cruickshank, Kathleen Carley, Matthew Elder, Anthony Johnson and Timothy Davison, "Detecting Malware Communities Using Socio-cultural Cognitive Mapping"

Challenge Winner - Alina Vereshchaka, Wen Dong and Seth Cosimini, "Novel Approaches to Analyzing and Distinguishing Fake and Real News to Mitigate the Problem of Disinformation"

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