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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


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


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
The workshop is a scientific and educational program that provides a unique opportunity for advanced graduate students to work closely with Professors Miller and Page, in an intense and productive scientific environment, focused on improving each student’s dissertation research. Students are expected to know the basics of computational social science and modeling and to have incorporated some of these concepts into their dissertation research.  The workshop will provide a collaborative environment and productive feedback designed to enhance and rapidly advance each student’s research program.

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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 workshop is a scientific and educational program that provides a unique opportunity for advanced graduate students to work closely with Professors Miller and Page, in an intense and productive scientific environment, focused on improving each student’s dissertation research. Students are expected to know the basics of computational social science and modeling and to have incorporated some of these concepts into their dissertation research. The workshop will provide a collaborative environment and productive feedback designed to enhance and rapidly advance each student’s research program.