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News and Events | Comments Off on J. Brent Williams, Euclidian Trust, to speak

J. Brent Williams, Euclidian Trust, to speak

The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, November 2 will be J. Brent Williams, Founder and CEO, Euclidian Trust. Mr. Williams’ talk entitled “Improved Entity Resolution as a Foundation for Model Precision” (abstract below) will begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity Suite located on […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Brant Horio, director of Data Science at LMI,

Brant Horio, director of Data Science at LMI,

will be speaker at Friday’s CSS Colloquium. LMI is a not-for-profit government consultancy based in Tysons, VA. Brant is also pursuing a Ph.D. in Computational Social Science at George Mason University. Brant’s talk entitled “The Pedagogy of Zombies: A Case Study of Agent-Based Modeling Competitions for Introducing Complexity, Simulation, and its Real-World Applications” (abstract below) […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Oxford’s Ken Kahn at Friday colloquium

Oxford’s Ken Kahn at Friday colloquium

The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, October 19 will be Ken Kahn, Senior Researcher, Computing Services, University of Oxford. Dr. Kahn’s talk entitled “Agent-based Modelling for Everyone” (abstract below) is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the 3rd […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Dr. Maciej Latek speaker at 10/12 Colloquium

Dr. Maciej Latek speaker at 10/12 Colloquium

The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, October 12, will be Maciej Latek (Computational Social Science Ph.D. 2011), Chief Technology Officer, trovero. Dr. Latek’s talk entitled “Industrializing multi-agent simulations: The case of social media marketing, advertising and influence campaigns” (abstract below) will begin at 3:00 in the […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Dr. Robert Axtell Friday Speaker

Dr. Robert Axtell Friday Speaker

Dr. Robert Axtell, Professor, Computational Social Science Program, Department of Computational and Data Sciences, College of Science/Department of Economics, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, George Mason University, will be the speaker at the Computational Social Science Research Colloquium/Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker on Friday, September 28. Dr. Axtell’s talk entitled “Are Cities […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on CDS’s Michael Eagle 9/21 speaker

CDS’s Michael Eagle 9/21 speaker

The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, September 21 will be Michael Eagle, Asst. Professor, Computational and Data Sciences, College of Science. Dr. Eagle’s talk is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall. His […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on CORRECTION: William Kennedy, PhD, Captain, USN (Ret.), featured on 9/14 seminar

CORRECTION: William Kennedy, PhD, Captain, USN (Ret.), featured on 9/14 seminar

The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, September 21, will be William Kennedy, PhD, Captain, USN (Ret.), Research Assistant Professor, Center for Social Complexity, Computational and Data Sciences, College of Science. Dr. Kennedy’s talk entitled “Characterizing the Reaction of the Population of NYC to a Nuclear WMD” […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Laidlaw Scholar Kieran Marray opens fall colloquium series

Laidlaw Scholar Kieran Marray opens fall colloquium series

Welcome back everyone! The opening colloquium speaker for the fall semester is Kieran Marray. Kieran is a Laidlaw Scholar from St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford. He has been visiting the Center for Social Complexity over the summer to do research in complexity economics supervised by Professor Rob Axtell. Kieran’s talk entitled “FORTEC: Forecasting the […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on “Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents”

“Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents”

CSS Seminar Friday, May 4, 2018 Center for Social Complexity Suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall 3:00 pm Final Seminar of Semester. Program Will Recommence in Fall 2018. Sanjay Nayar, CSS PhD student, will present “Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents” (abstract below) in this Friday’s CSS seminar. The talk will be followed […]

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News and Events | Comments Off on Elaine Reed, PhD, MITRE Corporation, to be seminar speaker

Elaine Reed, PhD, MITRE Corporation, to be seminar speaker

Friday, April 27 Center for Social Complexity 3rd floor Research Hall 3pm The CSS seminar speaker for Friday, April 27th, will be Elaine Reed, PhD, PMP from The MITRE Corporation. Dr. Reed’s talk is entitled “The Emergence of Self-governance Institutions: Agent-based Simulation of Game Theoretic Models of Democratization” (abstract below). The talk will be followed […]

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