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*10.50: Explaining mass extinction driven dwarfing (lilliput effect) with metabolic scaling theory (Anshuman, Jordi, Yuka, Jack)
 
*10.50: Explaining mass extinction driven dwarfing (lilliput effect) with metabolic scaling theory (Anshuman, Jordi, Yuka, Jack)
  
*11.20: Scrutinizing early warning signals of depression (Andrea, Tony, Arta, Fabian)
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*11.30: Modelling the spatial diffusion of human language (Henri, Harun, Kenzie, Pablo Flores, Ritu)
 
*11.30: Modelling the spatial diffusion of human language (Henri, Harun, Kenzie, Pablo Flores, Ritu)
 
*11.40: Self-Organizing City (Luther, German, Ludwig,Kazuya, Bhartendu)
 
*11.40: Self-Organizing City (Luther, German, Ludwig,Kazuya, Bhartendu)

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Complex Systems Summer School 2019


TUESDAY

Morning

  • 9.30: Resilience in Conway's Game of Life (Alex, Arta, Elissa, Luther, Kazuya, Patrick, Wenqian)
  • 9.40: Production Webs in Minecraft (Chris, Erwin, Kate, Bakus, Patrick)
  • 9.50: Modelling Housing Demand (John Shuler, Ian)
  • 10.00: Scrutinizing Early Warning Signals of Depression (Fabian, Toni, Andrea, Arta)
  • 10.10: Analyzing Collaboration throughout CSSS History (Jackie, Kyle, Dakota, Fabian, Emily)
  • 10.20: Intersections of CSS and CBR (Robert Winnie Travis dee ian)
  • 10.30: Complex Systems Summer School Social Survey
  • 10.40: Weighted Expectations (Mikaela, Elissa, Arta, Paula, Ahyan)
  • 10.50: Explaining mass extinction driven dwarfing (lilliput effect) with metabolic scaling theory (Anshuman, Jordi, Yuka, Jack)
  • 11.20:
  • 11.30: Modelling the spatial diffusion of human language (Henri, Harun, Kenzie, Pablo Flores, Ritu)
  • 11.40: Self-Organizing City (Luther, German, Ludwig,Kazuya, Bhartendu)
  • 11.50: Too Much Information and Segregation (Wenqian, Pablo, Jordi, Brennan, Chris)
  • 12.00: Topological diversity in networks (Keith, Toni, Travis, Xin, Yuka)
  • 12.10: The individual lives of microbial cells: evolution of phenotypic diversity in a bacterial population (aka The Pheno-Evo Research Group) (Jessica L, Adam, Ritu, Pam, Daniel, Kirtus)
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WEDNESDAY

Morning

  • 9.30: Modeling and predicting food insecurity using a resilience lens (Erwin, Andrew, Alexander, Pam, Dan, Fabian)
  • 9.40: Complex Movements and the City of Detroit (Jackie, Elissa, Travis and Ernest)
  • 9.50: Dynamics of Political Ideas on Social Networks (David, Jackie, Ludvig, Ernest, Ritu, Kyle)
  • 10.00: Resilence and presilience in protein network structure (April, Brennan, Keith, Ludvig, Laura, Mackenzie, Doug R, Anshuman)
  • 10.10: Is entropy sexy? (Kenzie, Henri, Ritu, Pablo)
  • 10.20: Evaluating Two Mechanisms for the Evolution of Social Complexity (Alex, Dries, Marjorie, Ignacio, Kazuya)
  • 10.30:cultural fractal
  • 10.40: Network Control with Graph Signal Processing (Alec, Billy, Brennan, Harun)
  • 10.50: Game Warping (Shruti, Aabir, Mikaela)
  • 11.20: Science Policy and Communication (John M, Chris B-J, Dakota Murray, Mackenzie Johnson, Kyle, Ritu, Andrew G-B)
  • 11.30: Lingua Technia (Dakota, John M, Chris B-J, Jeongki, Ignatio, Pablo F, Doug)
  • 11.40: Taming the Complex via Concept Mapping (Pam Dee Wenqian)
  • 11.50: Multi-dimensional money (Shruti, Ernest, Pavel)
  • 12.00: Artificial fossilization of animal interaction networks (Jack, Kate, Andrew, Anshuman, Dries, Emily)
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Afternoon

  • 14.00: Computational Synesthesia (Doug, Bhargav, Aabir, Mark, Ruggerio, Ethan)
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  • 14.30: Scaling of water resources in US cities (Catherine, Jessica Brumley, Gen, Ian)
  • 14.40: Concave Utility as Efficient Encoding (Mikaela, Paula, Elissa)
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  • 15.20: Paradigmatic Relations (Yuka, Mark)
  • 15.50: Perception of Aesthetic Information (Ethan, Mikaela, Mark)
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