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University of Michigan - Santa Fe Institute Symposium. "Modeling Human Behavior and Social Dynamics"

Annual Meeting celebrating the close connection between CSCS and the Sante Fe Institute
Thursday, March 29, 2018
9:10 AM-5:10 PM
4th Floor Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.) Map
A one day symposium.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
You may attend any and all talks.
(Lunch Registration is now closed)

Also supported by LSA Computational Social Science Initiative.

REGISTRATION LINKS FOUND BELOW. To see the complete agenda and the registration link, click REGISTRATION SITE LINK. For direct link to registration form - click "Direct Link to Registration Form"

This year's event includes:

Maximilian Schich, UT Dallas, School of Arts and Technology
"Towards a Morphology of Durations"

Mirta Galesic, Santa Fe Institute
“Wisdom of small, slow, and local groups”

Cris Moore, Santa Fe Institute
“Interdependence between network layers”

Ceren Budak, UM School of Information
"Examining Social Movements through the Lens of Social Media"

Mark Newman, University of Michigan, Physics, Complex Systems
“Competition, geography, and attractiveness in online dating"

Filippo Menczer, Indiana University, Computer Science and Informatics
"The spread of misinformation in social media"

Jessica Flack, Santa Fe Institute
"Collective Computation & Information Aggregation in Nature & Society"

Michael Mauskapf, Columbia University, Columbia School of Business
"The Social Foundations of Creativity: Evidence from Popular Music, 1955-2000"

EVENT ORGANIZERS:
ELIZABETH BRUCH
MARK NEWMAN
DANIEL ROMERO
LYNETTE SHAW
Building: Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.)
Website:
Event Type: Conference / Symposium
Tags: Complex Systems, conference, Information and Technology, Integrative Systems, Interdisciplinary, Lsaresearch, Mathematics, Multidisciplinary Design, Rackham, Research, Social Sciences, Sociology
Source: Happening @ Michigan from The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Department of Physics