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Revision as of 17:26, 2 January 2008

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Is There a Physics of Society? January 10-12, 2008, Santa Fe NM

Organizers: Michelle Girvan (University of Maryland) and Aaron Clauset (Santa Fe Institute)


Invited Speakers:

Rob Axtell (Brookings Institute)

Luis Bettencourt (Los Alamos National Lab, Santa Fe Institute)

Dirk Brockmann (Max Planck Institute, Göttingen)

Mark Buchanan (Science writer)

Carter Butts (UC Irvine)

Lars-Erik Cederman (ETH Zurich)

J. Doyne Farmer (Santa Fe Institute)

Michael Fisher (University of Maryland)

MIchael Gastner (Santa Fe Institute)

David Gibson (University of Pennsylvania)

Mark Handcock (University of Washington)

Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich)

Petter Holme (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University)

John M. Roberts, Jr. (University of New Mexico)

Matthew Salganik (Princeton University)

Frank Schweitzer (ETH Zurich)

Cosma Shalizi (Carnegie Mellon University)

Thomas Schelling (University of Maryland)

D. Eric Smith (Santa Fe Institute)

Geoffrey West (Santa Fe Institute)