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Latest revision as of 17:17, 28 June 2019

We will be checking in with each project group this week at IAIA either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. We then have time for some optional check-ins on Friday at SFI. We will put real names for the rooms once we figure out which rooms we'll actually be using. Please make sure that each group is signed up for at least one check in at IAIA between tomorrow and Thursday. When signing up, please include the project name and the list of participants. You don't have to sign up for the second round of optional check-ins until you've had your first round, but please make sure you do so by Thursday evening so we can plan our schedule ahead for Friday.

Tuesday afternoon

ROOM 1 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: Looking for resilient patterns in Conway's Game of Life
  • 16.40 - 16.50: Chaotic Image Encoding
  • 16.50 - 17.00: Sci-Fi ABM-thology (Andrew, Harun, Jeongki)
  • 17.10 - 17.20: intersections of community engaged research and css (Robert Dee Winnie Travis)
  • 17.20 - 17.30: Paradigmatic Relations (Yuka, Mark)
  • 17.30 - 17.40: People Are Good (Ernest, Hunter, Jackie, Brennan)
  • 17.40 - 17.50: Topological diversity in complex networks (Andrea, Anton, Keith, Travis, Xin, Yuka)
  • 17.50 - 18.00: Is Entropy Sexy? Quantifying the fitness effects of novelty in courtship displays (Kenzie, Henri, Ritu, Pablo Flores)
  • 18.00 - 18.10: Modelling the spatial diffusion of human language (Henri, Dee, Harun, Kenzie, Pablo Flores, Ritu)

ROOM 2 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: Cities and scale with resource restrictions
  • 16.40 - 16.50: What are Californians planning?
  • 16.50 - 17.00: Simulating evolution of bacterial cells’ decision to divide (Kunaal, Kazuya)
  • 17.10 - 17.20: Computational Synesthesia (Ruggiero, Doug G, Aabir, Bhargav, Ethan, Mark)
  • 17.20 - 17.30: CSSSSSS
  • 17.30 - 17.40: Perceptions of Aesthetic and Informational Content in Expert and Novice Judgments (Mikaela, Ethan, Mark)
  • 17.40 - 17.50: Taming the Complex via Concept Mapping (Pam Dee Wenqian)
  • 17.50 - 18.00: Too Much Information and Segregation (Chris Q, Pablo Franco, Wenqian, Jordi, Brennan)
  • 18.00 - 18.10: Rules and Regulations (Adam, Bhargav, Aabir, Hunter, Brennan, Ellisa, Andrea)

Wednesday afternoon

ROOM 1 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: Analyzing CSSS (Dakota, Emily, Fabian, Jackie, Kyle)
  • 16.40 - 16.50: River networks (Gen, Brennan, Alec, Dan)
  • 16.50 - 17.00: Scrutinizing Early Warning Signals of Depression (Fabian, Toni, Andrea, Arta)
  • 17.00 - 17.10: Game warping (Shruti, Aabir, Mikaela)
  • 17.10 - 17.20: Network Control (Billy, Brennan, Alec, Harun)
  • 17.20 - 17.30: Cities and Inequality (Alec, Bhartendu, Travis, Dan, Bhargav, Chris, ....)
  • 17.30 - 17.40: Self organizing city (Bhartendu, Chris, German, Jackie, Kazu, Ludwig, Luther)
  • 17.40 - 17.50: Modeling and predicting food insecurity using a resilience lens (Erwin, Ludvig, Andrew, Alexander, Pam, Dan, Fabian)
  • 17.50 - 18.00: Chaos in the Brain (Pablo, Paula, David, Fabian, Levi, Mikaela, Laura, Keith)

ROOM 2 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: The Perfect Door: Design by Complexity Science (Jeongki, Kenzie, Luther)
  • 16.40 - 16.50: Lingua Technica—Assessing the Cultural Impact of Technology (Dakota, Jeongki, Pablo F, Ignacio, Harun, Doug, John, Chris B-J)
  • 16.50 - 17.00: Dynamics of Political Ideas on Social Networks (David, Jackie, Ludvig, Ernest, Robert, Ritu, Kyle)
  • 17.00 - 17.10: Housing Market Model
  • 17.10 - 17.20: Computational Social Science in Decision-Making: an Opioid Epidemic Case-Study (Kyle, Robert, David, Xin) Project Retired
  • 17.20 - 17.30: Science Policy & Communication: A study in information loss (John M, Dakota, Ritu, Chris, Mackenzie, Kyle, Andrew)
  • 17.30 - 17.40: Network fossilization (Andrew, Anshuman, Emily, Kate, Dries, Jack)
  • 17.40 - 17.50: Lilliput Effect (Anshuman, Jack, Jordi, Yuka)
  • 17.50 - 18.00: Code Name: Leaf Hunters (Levi, Anshuman, Emily)

ROOM 3 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: Resilence and presilience in protein network structure (April, Brennan, Keith, Ludvig, Laura, Mackenzie, Doug R, Anshuman)
  • 16.40 - 16.50: How does resource availability and usage affect cooperation? (Anshuman, Dries, Marjorie, Ruggerio, Kirtus, Ian, Billy, Kunaal)
  • 16.50 - 17.00: Toward an effective control of malaria in Ghana (Savi Koissi, Jeongki Lim, Anshuman Swain, Bhartendu Pandey)
  • 17.00 - 17.10: Culture fractal (Marjorie, Dries, Winnie)
  • 17.10 - 17.20: Weighted Expectations (Mikaela, Ahyan, Elissa, Arta, Paula)
  • 17.20 - 17.30: Concave Utility as Efficient Encoding (Mikaela, Paula, Elissa)
  • 17.30 - 17.40: HebbWeb (Pasha, Chiara, Levi, Xin, Billy)
  • 17.40 - 17.50: Complex Movements and the City of Detroit (Jackie, Elissa, Travis and Ernest)
  • 17.50 - 18.00: Evaluating Two Mechanisms for the Evolution of Social Complexity (Alexander, Marjorie, Ignacio, Dries, Kazuya)

Thursday afternoon

ROOM 1 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: The Individual Lives of Microbes (Jessica L, Kirtus, Daniel, Pam, Ritu, Adam)
  • 16.40 - 16.50: HTG Robot Swarm (Levi Fussell, Mackenzie Johnson, Jessica Lee, Kirtus Leyba, Anshuman Swain)

ROOM 2 - IAIA

  • 16.30 - 16.40: Modeling Minecraft's Crafting Web
  • 16.40 - 16.50: From metaphors to models. How different modes of thought influence scientific research (Dries, Doug Reckamp, Ethan, Jackie)

Friday afternoon - optional second round of check-ins at SFI

ROOM 1 - SFI

  • 14.00 - 14.10: Network fossilization (Andrew, Anshuman, Emily, Kate, Dries, Jack)
  • 14.10 - 14.20: Regulations
  • 14.20 - 14.30: Multi-dimensional money: Aligning social and moral incentives (Shruti, Pasha, Ernest)
  • 14.30 - 14.40: Erwin - check-in
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