ICA 2013 in London

ICA is now over; although it was an unusually large conference this year (probably because of the nice location), it was the usual in terms of activities: presenting, networking, meeting old friends, and trying to make new ones.


Aside from the conference, I also came across this blog by a doctoral student Rodrigo Zamith that visualizes author affiliations and paper topics based on “big” data. I was pleasantly surprised to see that I was in the top ten in terms of ICA paper productivity both this year and last year, regardless of whether you count unique submissions by first author, or submissions in general. These conference papers are being turned into archival publications, but interestingly enough, very few are actually going to Communication journals. 2012anyauthor 2012firstauthor 2013allauthors_ICA firstauthor


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