The Computational Communication Collaboratory (CCC, C-Cube, or C3) was established in February 2015 by the Department of Journalism and Communication, Nanjing University.
Two papers coauthored by the lab members have been accepted by the 4th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (ic2s2), July 12–15, 2018. Evanston, Illinois, United States.
The paper titled The Poor Read for Entertainment and the Rich Read for Education is accepted as a poster, and the paper titled Social Classes Shapes Our Trajectories in Both Online and Offline Space is accepted as a presentation.
The paper titled “Leveraging the Flow of Collective Attention for Computational Communication Research” co-authored by Cheng-Jun Wang, Zhi-Cong Chen, and Naipeng Chao has been selected for the 68th Annual ICA conference, to be held in Prague, Czech Republic, 24-28 May 2018.
Cheng-Jun gave a talk about the patterns of collective attention in the session of “AI and urban life”, and Zhi-Cong presented a poster on mobile reading.