Prof. George Chang (Kean University, USA) agreed to give a keynote speech in MISNC 2019

Biosketch of Prof. George Chang:
Dr. George Chang is the Dean of the College of Natural, Applied and Health Sciences and Professor of Computer Science at Kean University. He has been with the University for twenty years and served as a dean for the last eight years.  Dr. Chang earned his B.S. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics and Statistics from SUNY Stony Brook, and M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Chang has authored or co-authored one book and more than twenty referred journal and conference publications. He was a co-principal investigator on three National Science Foundation (NSF) grant-funded projects, totaling over $1.6 million dollars.  His research interests include databases, bioinformatics systems, data mining, visualization systems, high-performance computing and educational technology. He is a member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and ACM.  He has been involved with the establishment of science and technology programs (Biology, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics) at Wenzhou-Kean University since its inception in 2011.

Topic: Social Network Research: Past, Present and Future

The proliferation of social network platforms during the last decade has generated a lot of research interests in how social networks are impacting our lives. The past and present social network research trends are presented. Together with trends in technology advances, future research directions are predicted.  Finally, how social network research can be utilized to solve global issues is also discussed.

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