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News and Events | Comments Off on A Proof of Concept: An Agent-Based Model of Colorism within an Organizational Context (Local Policing)

A Proof of Concept: An Agent-Based Model of Colorism within an Organizational Context (Local Policing)

CSS seminar Friday, April 20th 3pm, Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall Henry Smart, III, Ph.D. Candidate, Virginia Tech, will present “A Proof of Concept: An Agent-Based Model of Colorism within an Organizational Context (Local Policing)” (abstract below). The talk will be followed by a Q&A session along […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on 4/13: “Hype and Conquer: A Computational Model about Winning in the Platform Wars”

4/13: “Hype and Conquer: A Computational Model about Winning in the Platform Wars”

CSS Seminar Friday, April 13 3-4pm Center for Social Complexity/3rd floor Research Hall The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, April 13th will be André L’Huillier, CSS PhD Candidate. André’s talk is entitled “Hype and Conquer: A Computational Model about Winning in the Platform Wars” (abstract below). The talk will be followed by a Q&A session […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Chief Analytics Officer, Office of Naval Research, Dr. Ryan Zelnio

Chief Analytics Officer, Office of Naval Research, Dr. Ryan Zelnio

Friday, March 23 3pm Center for Social Complexity The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, March 23 will be Ryan Zelnio, Ph.D., Chief Analytics Officer, Office of Naval Research. Dr. Zelnio’s talk entitled “The Creation of the Office of Naval Research’s Data & Analytics Lab” (abstract below) is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Drafting Agent-Based Modeling Into Basketball Analytics

Drafting Agent-Based Modeling Into Basketball Analytics

The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, February 9 will be Matthew Oldham, CSS PhD Student, Department of Computational and Data Sciences. The program will begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session along with light refreshments. […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Towards Ubiquitous and Continuous Measurement of the Brain Function with fNIRS

Towards Ubiquitous and Continuous Measurement of the Brain Function with fNIRS

Krasnow Seminar Speaker: Hasan Ayaz (Drexel University) Monday, 5 February, 2018 4:00-5:00pm Lecture Room (Room 229) Krasnow Institute Building George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Abstract: Significant progress has been made over the last decades in understanding the physiological and neural bases of cognitive processes and behavior. The advent of new and improved brain imaging tools, […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Dr. William B. Rouse, Stevens Inst of Technology

Dr. William B. Rouse, Stevens Inst of Technology

The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, December 8, will be William B. Rouse, Ph.D., Alexander Crombie Humphreys Chair, School of Systems and Enterprises, Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. Rouse’s talk, entitled “Computational Social Science At Several Levels” (abstract below), is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Parallelization of Entity-Based Models in Computational Social Science

Parallelization of Entity-Based Models in Computational Social Science

The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, October 27 will be Dale K Brearcliffe, MAIS-CSS student, George Mason University. Dales’s talk entitled “Parallelization of Entity-Based Models in Computational Social Science: A Hardware Perspective” (abstract below) is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall. […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Cellular and Molecular Aerrations in Neurodevelopmental Disorders Associated with Autism, Intellectual Disability and Related Disorders

Cellular and Molecular Aerrations in Neurodevelopmental Disorders Associated with Autism, Intellectual Disability and Related Disorders

On Monday, October 30, the Krasnow Seminar series will welcome Jyothi Arikkath from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, who will speak on: Cellular and Molecular Aberrations in Neurodevelopmental Disorders Associated with Autism, Intellectual Disability and Related Disorders DATE: Monday, 30 October, 2017 TIME: 4:00-5:00pm LOCATION: Lecture Room (Room 229) Krasnow Institute Building George Mason […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Seminar 10/20: Modeling the Co-evolution of Culture, Signs and Network Structures

Seminar 10/20: Modeling the Co-evolution of Culture, Signs and Network Structures

CSS Seminar On Friday, October 20, Peter Revay, CSS PhD Candidate, will present Modeling the Co-Evolution of Culture, Signs and Network Structure: Theory and Applications. In Peter’s words: “I focus on the drivers of diffusion and adoption of cultural traits, such as values, beliefs, and behaviors. I adopt an evolutionary view of cultural dynamics. I […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Prof. Guoqiang Yu, VaTech

Prof. Guoqiang Yu, VaTech

The next Krasnow Institute seminar will be held on Monday, October 16, at 4:00pm in the Krasnow conference room. (Refreshments will precede at 3:30pm). Prof. Guoqiang Yu from VaTech will speak on the topic of “Modeling and quantification of astrocyte activity from calcium imaging” (abstract below). TIME: 4:00-5:00pm LOCATION: Lecture Room (Room 229 Krasnow Institute […]

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