STADA participates in SMTDA

The Department and more specifically STADA Lab participated in the 7th Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis International Conference  and Demographics2022 Workshop, held in Athens, 7-10 June 2022, with the following oral presentations:

  1. M. Symeonaki, D. Parsanoglou and G. Stamatopoulou, Measuring transition smoothness into European labour market(s).
  2. E. Tsouparopoulou and M. Symeonaki, Refusal to participate in a survey as an indicator of reluctant responses.
  3. A. Yfanti, C. Michalopoulou, The demographic, social and regional “profile” of peoples’ perceptions of their social class: Evidence from the 7th wave of the World Values Survey, 2017-2020.
  4. A. Charalampi, C. Michalopoulou, C. Richardson, Exploring cross-national comparability of unidimensional constructs.
  5. C. Zerva and M. Symeonaki, Machine learning and natural language processing as social research tools: Applications and challenges.
  6. A. Kazani, G. Filandrianos, M. Symeonaki and G. Stamou Semantic integration of data: from theory to social research practice.
  7. G. Filandrianos, A. Kazani, D. Parsanoglou, G. Stamou and M. Symeonaki, Introducing an ontology of adolescents’ digital leisure.
  8. A. Symeonaki, M. Symeonaki, To read on not to read? Examining the relation between students’ well-being and their attitude towards reading.