CSSS 2009 Santa Fe-Faculty

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CSSS Santa Fe 2009

Below are the lecturers with links (when possible) to webpages. Lecture topics are enclosed in parentheses - these may change!

Director: Dan Rockmore, Dartmouth College

Week One:

Liz Bradley, University of Colorado, Boulder (Physics and Dynamics Fundamentals)

Peter Dodds, University of Vermont (Networks)

Owen Densmore and Stephen Guerin, Redfish Group (Agent Based Modeling)

Alfred Hubler, University of Illinois (Dynamics)

Scott Pauls, Dartmouth (voting analysis)

Olaf Sporns, University of Indiana (Neuroscience)

Tom Carter, California State University, Stanislaus (various topics during the month)

Week Two:

Jennifer Dunne, SFI (Foodwebs)

Shelley Copley, University of Colorado, Boulder (Origin of Life)

Doug Erwin, Smithsonian Institution (Paleobiology)

Jessica Flack, SFI (Regulation)

David Krakauer, SFI (Evolution)

Neo Martinez, Pacific Ecoinformatics and Computational Ecology Lab (Food Web Dynamics)

Lauren Ancel Myers, University of Texas, Austin (Mathematical Biology)

Harold Morowitz, George Mason University (Origin of Life)

D. Eric Smith, SFI (Origin of Life)

Week Three:

Willemien Kets, SFI (Social Dynamics)

Doyne Farmer, SFI (Finance/Economics)

Cris Moore, SFI (Computational Complexity)

Greg Leibon, Dartmouth/Memento Security (Statistical Learning)

Jenna Bednar, UM (Social Dynamics, Law)

Nathan Eagle, SFI

Nathan Collins, SFI

Dan Hruschka, SFI

Week Four:

Scott Page, University of Michigan (Social Dynamics)

Caroline Buckee, SFI (Evolution)