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John Miller and Scott Page, Program Directors
John Miller and Scott Page, Program Directors


For more details from the program director [http://zia.hss.cmu.edu/econ/ click here.]
For more details from the program director [http://zia.hss.cmu.edu/econ/ click here.]


Visit the GWCSS [http://www.facebook.com/pages/SFI-Graduate-Workshop-in-Computational-Social-Sciences/200537259975136#!/pages/SFI-Graduate-Workshop-in-Computational-Social-Sciences/200537259975136?sk=wall&filter=2 Facebook page.] to get to know your fellow participants
Visit the GWCSS [http://www.facebook.com/pages/SFI-Graduate-Workshop-in-Computational-Social-Sciences/200537259975136#!/pages/SFI-Graduate-Workshop-in-Computational-Social-Sciences/200537259975136?sk=wall&filter=2 Facebook page.] to get to know your fellow participants


*Please note that participation in this event is by invitation only
*Please note that participation in this event is by invitation only


The seminar is a scientific and educational program that provides a unique opportunity for graduate students to further develop a solid foundation in interdisciplinary computational social science, modeling, and complexity. You have been invited because of your unusually strong application.
The seminar is a scientific and educational program that provides a unique opportunity for graduate students to further develop a solid foundation in interdisciplinary computational social science, modeling, and complexity. You have been invited because of your unusually strong application.

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18th Annual Santa Fe Institute Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science Modeling and Complexity

Santa Fe, NM

17 June - 30 June, 2012

John Miller and Scott Page, Program Directors

For more details from the program director click here.

Visit the GWCSS Facebook page. to get to know your fellow participants

  • Please note that participation in this event is by invitation only

The seminar is a scientific and educational program that provides a unique opportunity for graduate students to further develop a solid foundation in interdisciplinary computational social science, modeling, and complexity. You have been invited because of your unusually strong application.