- New 64-bit and 32-bit versions of the student version of ORA have been released. See ORA Software Page for more details. This new version is compatible with Windows 10, 8, and 7.
- A new technical report entitled Social Media ACTion: SOLO Data Description is available here.
- A new technical report entitled NATO Trident Juncture on Twitter: Public Discussion is available here.
- CASOS Director, Kathleen M. Carley will be the conference chair for the upcoming 2016 SBP-BRiMS Conference. Dr. Carley is also on the conference challege problem committee with graduate student Kenny Joseph. To view this year's challenge, visit http://sbp-brims.org/2016/challenge.
- A new technical report from CASOS Director Kathleen M. Carley entitled Twitter Usage in Indonesia is available here.
- Graduate student William Frankenstein accepts post-graduation employment with Deloitte Federal Strategy & Operations as a Senior Consultant. He will also be presenting this April at the 2016 Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago, IL. The topic will be Network Effects of Iranian Nuclear Development: Exploring Strategic Implications Using Computational Modeling. For more information, visit the conference website www.mpsanet.org.
- New version of ORA is released. See ORA Software Page for more details.
- Graduate student Wei Wei gave his thesis proposal on Monday December 14th entitled, Learning Latent Event Representations: Structured Probabilistic Inference on Spatial, Temporal and Textual Data. See the proposal here.
- Undergradute Aman Ahuja finishes his Undergraduate Bachelor's Thesis. Full Technical Report provided here.
- The CASOS Center announces dates for its 2016 Summer Institute : June 12 - 18.
- Will Frankenstein, EPP-CASOS student, won the Northrup Grumman Future Technical Leaders Challenge alongside an ECE/BME Master's student. The challenge involved identifying new and creative ways to use the Global Database of Events, Language, and Tone (GDELT). The winning presentation focused on identifying long-term biases in the dataset and using network analysis to associate disparate events and actors identified in the database.
- Kathleen M. Carley, ORA and the CMU DTRA team featured in The Economist.