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Reenvo anuncio de conferencia que puede ser de inters:

Evolution of Cooperation - Models and Theories
15-18 September 2009
IIASA, near Vienna, Austria
Organizers: Ulf Dieckmann & Karl Sigmund

http://www.tect.iiasa.ac.at/sis/ctrl?_flow=Page&_view=View&_page=TECT%2Fhome

Empirical insights and theoretical methods underlying the evolutionary
theory of cooperation are currently undergoing a phase of rapid
expansion and partial reorientation. The goal of this conference is to
showcase complementary approaches to evolutionary problems related to
the social dilemmas surrounding human cooperation. The main emphasis
will be on theory, or rather theories, but these will not only be
compared from a mathematical viewpoint: throughout the conference,
model-based lectures will be complemented by lectures on salient
empirical findings.

The conference will be held from September 15 to 18, 2009, in the
former summer palace of the Habsburg family in Laxenburg, near Vienna,
Austria, home of the International Institute for Applied Systems
Analysis (IIASA).

The conference is part of the EUROCORES Programme TECT on The
Evolution of Cooperation and Trading, coordinated by the European
Science Foundation and funded by a range of national research
agencies. It will provide a platform for comparing and orchestrating
different research approaches, within the TECT Programme and beyond.




Angel (Anxo) Snchez
GISC/Matemticas
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
http://gisc.uc3m.es/~anxo/

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