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   <td>12:00-16:00</td>
   <td>8:30 - 5:00</td>
   <td>Registration and Orientation</td>
   <td>Arrival of participants
Participants may take the shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to get connected to the network and find a place to work
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   <td>17:00-18:30</td>
   <td>7:30 p.m </td>
   <td>Welcome/Opening Remarks:  Dave FELDMAN and CHEN Xiaosong</td>
  <td>SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)</td>
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   <td align=center><b>Thursday, September 14</b></td>
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   <td>18:30-19:30</td>
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   <td>Dinner</td>
   <td>8:30 - 5:00</td>
   <td>Arrival of participants
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   <td>19:30-21:00</td>
   <td>7:30 p.m </td>
   <td>Tutorial--Introduction to Mandarin:  James WU
   <td>SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)</td>
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   <td align=center><b>Thursday, September 14</b></td>
   <td align=center><b>Friday, September 15</b></td>
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   <td>9:00-10:15</td>
   <td>8:15 - 8:30 a.m.</td>
   <td>Chaos:  Dave FELDMAN</td>
   <td>Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle</td>
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   <td>10:30-11:45</td>
   <td>8:30 - 9:00</td>
   <td>Power Laws: What they are, what they mean, what they don't mean, and how to tell if you have one:: Cosma SHALIZI</td>
  <td>Registration, Welcome and Visa Check-In
Continental breakfast
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   <td>9:00 - 9:15</td>
  <td>Welcome, Objectives and Agenda Outline—Shannon Larsen</td>
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  <td>9:15 - 9:45</td>
  <td>SFI’s Scientific Vision—Chris Wood, SFI Vice-President</td>
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   <td>12:00-13:30</td>
   <td>9:45 - 10:15</td>
   <td>Lunch</td>
  <td>Brief introductions by participants </td>
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  <td>10:15 - 10:30</td>
   <td>A look back—What SFI has Learned From Our Fellows and International Activities—Shannon Larsen and Ginger Richardson</td>
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   <td>14:00-15:15</td>
   <td>10:30 - 10:45</td>
   <td>Graph Theory and Biological Networks: Andreas WAGNER</td>
   <td>Coffee Break </td>
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  <td>10:45-11:45</td>
  <td>[[New Approaches in Complex Systems Education]]—Eric Klopfer, MIT and SFI Science Board</td>
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  <td>15:45-17:45</td>
  <td>Student Introductions</td>
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   <td>18:00-19:30</td>
   <td>11:45-12:00</td>
   <td>Dinner</td>
   <td>Explain afternoon exercise – Shannon Larsen and Stacey Lydon</td>
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  <td>19:45-21:00</td>
  <td>Ice Breaking Activity</td>
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  <td align=center><b>Friday, September 15</b></td>
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   <td>9:00-10:15</td>
   <td>12:00-1:00 p.m.</td>
   <td>Information Theory: Dave FELDMAN</td>
  <td>Lunch with SFI community sponsored by International Program </td>
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  <td>1:00-2:00</td>
  <td>Exercise—break-out session with partner</td>
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  <td>2:00-3:00</td>
  <td>10-minute presentations from exercise</td>
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  <td>3:00-3:30</td>
  <td>Tea with SFI Community</td>
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   <td>3:30-4:30</td>
  <td>Continue 10-minute presentations from exercise</td>
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  <td>4:30-4:45</td>
  <td>Summary—Shannon Larsen</td>
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  <td>4:45-5:00</td>
  <td>Weekend logistics—Stacey Lydon and Laura Ware</td>
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   <td>10:30-11:45</td>
   <td>5:00-5:30</td>
  <td>Raising Civilization I: Henry WRIGHT</td>
   <td>Transport to Happy Hour
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SFI cars and hotel shuttle
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  <td>12:00-13:30</td>
   <td>Lunch</td>
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  <td>14:00-15:15</td>
  <td>Molecular Evolution of Biological Networks: Andreas WAGNER</td>
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   <td>15:30-17:00</td>
   <td>5:30 – 7:00</td>
   <td>English Language Brush-up Session</td>
   <td>Happy Hour at El Farol sponsored by International Program </td>
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  <td>8:00</td>
  <td>Bus #1 departs for Star Hill</td>
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  <td>18:00-19:30</td>
 
  <td>Dinner</td>
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   <td>9:00-10:15</td>
   <td>9:00 a. m.</td>
   <td>Computation Theory: Dave FELDMAN</td>
   <td>Bus #2 departs from Hotel Santa Fe for Star Hill
Other participants remain at hotel and are on their own for the weekend
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   <td>10:30-11:45</td>
   <td>11:00</td>
   <td>Statistics for Complex Systems: Cosma SHALIZI</td>
   <td>Arrival and settling in at Star Hill</td>
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   <td>12:00-13:30</td>
   <td>12:00-1:00 p.m.</td>
   <td>Lunch</td>
   <td>Lunch at Sunrise House </td>
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   <td>14:00-15:15</td>
   <td>1:00-3:30</td>
   <td>Coalescence: Jon WILKINS</td>
   <td>Free time for hiking/exploring</td>
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   <td>18:00-19:30</td>
   <td>3:30-5:30</td>
   <td>Dinner</td>
   <td>Group activity</td>
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   <td>19:45-21:00</td>
   <td>5:30</td>
  <td>Research group facilitation</td>
   <td>International Wine Tasting Event</td>
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   <td>9:00-10:15</td>
   <td>7:30</td>
   <td>Measures of Complexity: Dave FELDMAN</td>
   <td>Catered New Mexican Dinner</td>
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   <td>10:30-11:45</td>
   <td>9:30</td>
   <td>Reconstructing Causal States: Theory and Applications: Cosma SHALIZI</td>
   <td>Star Gazing for the not-so-serious and Astronomy/Astrology for the serious</td>
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   <td>12:00-13:30</td>
   <td><br></td>
   <td>Lunch</td>
   <td align=center><b>Sunday, September 17</b></td>
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   <td>14:00-15:15</td>
   <td>10:00 a.m.</td>
   <td>Raising Civilization II: Henry WRIGHT</td>
   <td>Brunch</td>
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   <td>15:30-17:00</td>
   <td>12:00 p.m.</td>
   <td>Roundtable discussion:  SHALIZI, WILKINS, WRIGHT</td>
   <td>Depart for Pecos Pueblo</td>
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   <td>18:00-19:30</td>
   <td>1:00</td>
   <td>Dinner</td>
   <td>Guided [http://www.letsgoiran.com/ tour] of Pecos Pueblo with Tim Kohler</td>
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   <td>19:45-20:45</td>
   <td>4:00</td>
   <td>Informal discussion on measures of complexity: Dave FELDMAN and Cosma SHALIZI</td>
   <td>Star Hill participants arrive back at Hotel Santa Fe—dinner on own</td>
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  <td>Jon WILKINS</td>
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   <td>10:30-11:45</td>
   <td>8:15-8:30 a.m.</td>
   <td>Raising Civilization III: Henry WRIGHT</td>
   <td>Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle</td>
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   <td>12:00-13:30</td>
   <td>8:30-9:00</td>
   <td>Lunch</td>
   <td>Continental breakfast </td>
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   <td>14:00-15:15</td>
   <td>9:00 – 9:50</td>
   <td>Mandarin Lesson</td>
   <td>Gabriel Mindlin— [[The Physics and Neural Control of Birdsong]]
Nelley Kovalevskaya—[[Visual Modeling by Contextual Influences in Environmental Information Systems]]
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   <td>15:45</td>
   <td>9:50 - 9:55</td>
   <td>T-shirt design</td>
   <td>Break</td>
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   <td>18:00-19:30</td>
   <td>9:55 - 10:45</td>
   <td>Dinner</td>
   <td>Sitabhra Sinha—[[Are Complex Systems Unstable?]]
Silvina Ponce Dawson—[[Intracellular Turing Patterns]]
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  <td>10:45 - 11:00</td>
  <td>Coffee Break</td>
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  <td>11:00 - 12:15</td>
  <td>'''Scaling in Ecology Workshop Follow-up'''
Pablo Marquet—[[Towards a Unified Theory in Ecology]]
Beata Oborny—[[Contact Processes, Spreading of Populations in Space, and the Boundaries of Species Distributions]]
David Storch—[[Geometry of Species Distributions: Null Models of Biodiversity Patterns]]
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  <td>12:15 - 1:30 p.m.</td>
  <td>Catered lunch on portal for participants and SFI faculty  </td>
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  <td>1:30 - 2:20 </td>
  <td>'''Foundations of Cooperation in the Commons Workshop Follow-up'''
Juan Camilo-Cardenas—[[Experiments on Cooperation and Social Networks]]


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Carlos-Rodriguez-Sickert— [[When in Rome, Do as the Romans DO: The Coevolution of Altruistic Punishment, Conformist Learning, and Cooperation]]
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   <td align=center><b>Tuesday, September 19</b></td>
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   <td>2:20 – 2:25 </td>
  <td>Break</td>
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   <td>2:25 - 3:15</td>
  <td>LI Wei—[[Individual Strategies in Complementarity Games and Population Dynamics]]
Balazs Vedres—[[Politicized Business Ties: Business Groups in Post-Socialism]]
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  <td>3:15 - 3:30</td>
  <td>Break</td>
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   <td>TBA</td>
   <td>3:30 - 3:55</td>
   <td>Transfer to Beijing location</td>
   <td>Miguel Fuentes—[[Effective Markovian Approximation: A Path Integral Approach]]</td>
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<td>3:55 - 5:00</td>
<td>Future of SFI International Program</td>
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  <td>5:00-5:15</td>
  <td>Transportation from SFI to Hotel Santa Fe via hotel shuttle</td>
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  <td>7:00 - 9:00</td>
  <td>Dinner for SFI faculty and participants </td>
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   <td align=center><b>Sunday 16 July</b></td>
   <td align=center><b>Tuesday, September 19</b></td>
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  <td>8:15-8:30 a.m.</td>
  <td>Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle</td>
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  <td>8:30 - 9:00</td>
  <td>Continental breakfast</td>
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   <td>9:00 – 9:50</td>
   <td>Scavenger Hunt</td>
   <td>HAO Bailin—[[Complexity of DNA and Protein Sequences: Observation of Real Data]]
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Juan Pablo Paz - [[The Emergence of Classicality and the Quest for the Quantum Computer]]
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  <td>9:50 -10:30</td>
  <td>Gabriela Barrantes—[[Automated Methods for Creating Diversity in Computer Systems]]


 
Claudia Codeco—[[Mathematical Modeling of Tropical Diseases]]</td>
Wednesday, September 13
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Arrival of participants
  <td>10:30 - 10:45</td>
Participants may take the shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to get connected to the network and find a place to work
  <td>Coffee Break </td>
 
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7:30 p.m. SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)
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  <td>10:45 - 11:30</td>
 
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Thursday, September 14
Trends on the Periphery of Science, Geoffrey West, SFI President
 
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Arrival of participants
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Participants may take the shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to get connected to the network and find a place to work
  <td>11:30 -12:00</td>
 
  <td>Faculty and Fellow Round Table Discussion</td>
7:30 p.m. SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)
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  <td>12:00 p.m</td>
Friday, September 15
  <td>Adjourn meeting and lunch with SFI community</td>
 
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8:15-8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
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  <td>1:00 onward</td>
8:30-9:00 Registration, Welcome and Visa Check-In
  <td>Time for informal break-out sessions or discussions</td>
Continental breakfast
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9:00-9:15 Welcome, Objectives and Agenda Outline—Shannon Larsen
 
9:15-9:45 SFI’s Scientific Vision—Chris Wood, SFI Vice-President
 
9:45-10:15 Brief introductions by participants
 
10:15-10:30 A look back—What SFI has Learned From Our Fellows and International Activities—Shannon Larsen and Ginger Richardson
 
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
 
10:45-11:45 New Approaches in Complex Systems Education—Eric Klopfer, MIT and SFI Science Board
 
11:45-12:00 Explain afternoon exercise – Shannon Larsen and Stacey Lydon
 
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch with SFI community sponsored by International Program
 
1:00-2:00 Exercise—break-out session with partner
 
2:00-3:00 10-minute presentations from exercise
 
3:00-3:30 Tea with SFI Community
 
3:30-4:30 Continue 10-minute presentations from exercise
 
4:30-4:45 Summary—Shannon Larsen
 
4:45-5:00 Weekend logistics—Stacey Lydon and Laura Ware
 
5:00-5:30 Transport to Happy Hour
SFI cars and hotel shuttle
 
5:30 Happy Hour at El Farol sponsored by International Program
 
8:00 Bus #1 departs for Star Hill
 
 
Saturday, September 16
 
9:00 a.m. Bus #2 departs for Star Hill
 
Other participants remain at hotel and are on their own for the weekend
 
11:00 Arrival and settling in at Star Hill
 
12:00-1:00 p.m. Catered box lunch
 
1:00-3:30 Free time for hiking/exploring
 
3:30-5:30 Group activity
 
5:30 International Wine Tasting Event
 
7:30  Catered New Mexican Dinner
 
9:30 Star Gazing for the not-so-serious and Astronomy/Astrology for the serious
 
 
 
 
 
    
Sunday, September 17
 
10:00 a.m. Brunch 
 
12:00 p.m. Depart for Pecos Pueblo
 
1:00 Guided tour of Pecos Pueblo with Tim Kohler
 
4:00 Star Hill participants arrive back at Hotel Santa Fe—dinner on own
 
 
Monday, September 18
SFI discussants (To be confirmed):
Geoffrey West
Jim Brown
Jennifer Dunne
Eric Smith
Tim Kohler
 
8:15-8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
 
8:30-9:00 Continental breakfast
 
9:00 – 9:50 Gabriel Mindlin— The Physics and Neural Control of Birdsong
Nelley Kovalevskaya—Visual Modeling by Contextual Influences  in Environmental Information Systems
 
9:50 – 9:55 Break
 
9:55 – 10:45 Sitabhra Sinha—Are Complex Systems Unstable?
Silvina Ponce Dawson—TBA
 
10:45 – 11:00 Coffee Break
 
11:00-12:15 Scaling in Ecology Workshop Follow-up
Pablo Marquet—Towards a Unified Theory in Ecology
Beata Oborny—Contact Processes, Spreading of Populations in Space, and the Boundaries of Species Distributions
David Storch—Geometry of Species Distributions: Null Models of Biodiversity Patterns
12:15-1:30 p.m. Catered lunch on portal for participants and SFI faculty 
 
1:30-2:20 Foundations of Cooperation in the Commons Workshop Follow-up
Juan Camilo-Cardenas—Experiments on Cooperation and Social Networks
        Carlos-Rodriquez-Sickert— When in Rome, do as the Romans         DO: The coevolution of altruistic punishment, conformist learning,         and cooperation
 
2:20 – 2:25 Break
 
2:25 – 3:15 LI Wei—Individual Strategies in Complementarity Games and Population Dynamics
Balazs Vedres—Politicized Business Ties: Business Groups in Post-Socialism
3:15 – 3:30 Break
 
3:30-4:00 Multidisciplinary Research in a Global Context—Discussion facilitated by TBA.
 
4:00-4:45 Future of SFI International Program—Discussion and Brainstorming
 
5:00-5:15 Transportation from SFI to Hotel Santa Fe via hotel shuttle
 
7:00-9:00 Dinner for SFI faculty and participants
 
 
Tuesday, September 19
SFI Discussants (To be confirmed):
Geoffrey West
Doyne Farmer
Jon Wilkins
Rolf Thimo
Michael Gastner
Michelle Girvan
Tim Kohler
 
8:15-8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
 
8:30 - 9:00 Continental breakfast
 
9:00 – 10:30 HAO Bailin—Complexity of DNA and Protein Sequences: Observation of Real Data
Miguel Fuentes—TBA
Claudia Codeco—Mathematical Modeling of Tropical Diseases
 
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
 
10:45-12:00 Faculty and Fellow Round Table Discussion
 
12:00 p.m. Adjourn meeting and lunch with SFI community
 
1:00 onward Time for informal break-out sessions or discussions

Latest revision as of 16:13, 9 April 2008

Global IP Fellows Meeting


TIME ACTIVITY

Wednesday, September 13
8:30 - 5:00 Arrival of participants

Participants may take the shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to get connected to the network and find a place to work

7:30 p.m SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)

Thursday, September 14
8:30 - 5:00 Arrival of participants

Participants may take the shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to get connected to the network and find a place to work

7:30 p.m SFI Public Lecture Series—Ulam Lecture given by Dr. Nina Fedoroff (see SFI website for more information)

Friday, September 15
8:15 - 8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
8:30 - 9:00 Registration, Welcome and Visa Check-In

Continental breakfast

9:00 - 9:15 Welcome, Objectives and Agenda Outline—Shannon Larsen
9:15 - 9:45 SFI’s Scientific Vision—Chris Wood, SFI Vice-President
9:45 - 10:15 Brief introductions by participants
10:15 - 10:30 A look back—What SFI has Learned From Our Fellows and International Activities—Shannon Larsen and Ginger Richardson
10:30 - 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:45 New Approaches in Complex Systems Education—Eric Klopfer, MIT and SFI Science Board
11:45-12:00 Explain afternoon exercise – Shannon Larsen and Stacey Lydon
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch with SFI community sponsored by International Program
1:00-2:00 Exercise—break-out session with partner
2:00-3:00 10-minute presentations from exercise
3:00-3:30 Tea with SFI Community
3:30-4:30 Continue 10-minute presentations from exercise
4:30-4:45 Summary—Shannon Larsen
4:45-5:00 Weekend logistics—Stacey Lydon and Laura Ware
5:00-5:30 Transport to Happy Hour

SFI cars and hotel shuttle

5:30 – 7:00 Happy Hour at El Farol sponsored by International Program
8:00 Bus #1 departs for Star Hill

Saturday, September 16
9:00 a. m. Bus #2 departs from Hotel Santa Fe for Star Hill

Other participants remain at hotel and are on their own for the weekend

11:00 Arrival and settling in at Star Hill
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch at Sunrise House
1:00-3:30 Free time for hiking/exploring
3:30-5:30 Group activity
5:30 International Wine Tasting Event
7:30 Catered New Mexican Dinner
9:30 Star Gazing for the not-so-serious and Astronomy/Astrology for the serious

Sunday, September 17
10:00 a.m. Brunch
12:00 p.m. Depart for Pecos Pueblo
1:00 Guided tour of Pecos Pueblo with Tim Kohler
4:00 Star Hill participants arrive back at Hotel Santa Fe—dinner on own

Monday, September 18
8:15-8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
8:30-9:00 Continental breakfast
9:00 – 9:50 Gabriel Mindlin— The Physics and Neural Control of Birdsong

Nelley Kovalevskaya—Visual Modeling by Contextual Influences in Environmental Information Systems

9:50 - 9:55 Break
9:55 - 10:45 Sitabhra Sinha—Are Complex Systems Unstable?

Silvina Ponce Dawson—Intracellular Turing Patterns

10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:15 Scaling in Ecology Workshop Follow-up

Pablo Marquet—Towards a Unified Theory in Ecology

Beata Oborny—Contact Processes, Spreading of Populations in Space, and the Boundaries of Species Distributions

David Storch—Geometry of Species Distributions: Null Models of Biodiversity Patterns

12:15 - 1:30 p.m. Catered lunch on portal for participants and SFI faculty
1:30 - 2:20 Foundations of Cooperation in the Commons Workshop Follow-up

Juan Camilo-Cardenas—Experiments on Cooperation and Social Networks

Carlos-Rodriguez-Sickert— When in Rome, Do as the Romans DO: The Coevolution of Altruistic Punishment, Conformist Learning, and Cooperation

2:20 – 2:25 Break
2:25 - 3:15 LI Wei—Individual Strategies in Complementarity Games and Population Dynamics

Balazs Vedres—Politicized Business Ties: Business Groups in Post-Socialism

3:15 - 3:30 Break
3:30 - 3:55 Miguel Fuentes—Effective Markovian Approximation: A Path Integral Approach
3:55 - 5:00 Future of SFI International Program
5:00-5:15 Transportation from SFI to Hotel Santa Fe via hotel shuttle
7:00 - 9:00 Dinner for SFI faculty and participants

Tuesday, September 19
8:15-8:30 a.m. Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI via hotel shuttle
8:30 - 9:00 Continental breakfast
9:00 – 9:50 HAO Bailin—Complexity of DNA and Protein Sequences: Observation of Real Data

Juan Pablo Paz - The Emergence of Classicality and the Quest for the Quantum Computer

9:50 -10:30 Gabriela Barrantes—Automated Methods for Creating Diversity in Computer Systems Claudia Codeco—Mathematical Modeling of Tropical Diseases
10:30 - 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45 - 11:30

Trends on the Periphery of Science, Geoffrey West, SFI President

11:30 -12:00 Faculty and Fellow Round Table Discussion
12:00 p.m Adjourn meeting and lunch with SFI community
1:00 onward Time for informal break-out sessions or discussions