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   Os paso  un anuncio de conferencia sobrfe Complex Systems que puede
ser de vuestro interes.
     saludos,
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                Emilio Hernandez-Garcia

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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: ICCS Deadline Extension for Abstract Submission and Preliminary
Program
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 23:04:21 -0500
From: Yaneer Bar-Yam <[log in para visualizar]>
To: Complex Systems Announcements <[log in para visualizar]>


Preliminary Program and Abstract Submission
Deadline Extension
for the
International Conference on Complex Systems

Attached is a preliminary program for the 5th
International Conference on Complex Systems. As
you can see from the program, this ICCS, like
the previous ones, is an unusual opportunity
to discuss advances that contribute to our
general understanding of complex systems. It
is also a remarkable opportunity for pedagogy.

Please note that this is not a final program.
Many outstanding abstracts have been received
that will become part of the program.

Because of a delay in the program committee meeting
the ICCS abstract submission deadline has been
extended to February 15. After this date, abstracts
will be accepted only if space is available in
specific sessions. The early registration deadline
has been extended to March 1.

Registering to attend the conference without
giving a presentation is also still possible.

Students and postdocs should submit papers about
recent advances in their research. Generally,
they will be given opportunities to give short
talks or, if they prefer, poster presentations.
We expect to have funds to assist students and
postdocs in attending the conference.

Please see the conference web page at:
http://www.necsi.net/events/iccs/iccscover.html

Best,
Yaneer

      Preliminary Conference Program
        (* indicates confirmed)
  Additional speakers are still to be assigned
  to sessions. Session times may still change.
  Abstracts can still be submitted.

SUNDAY May 16
9:00AM-5:00PM PEDAGOGICAL SESSIONS
      *URI WILENSKI Modeling complex systems
      *JOHN PETER WIKSWO  From physics to medicine
      *GREG CHAITIN - Mathematics

EVENING RECEPTION

MONDAY, May 17
9:00AM-12:20PM EMERGENCE
    *JOHN STERMAN/*ALLAN ROBINSON  Emergence
      *STEVEN STROGATZ  Synchrony
       NANCY KOPEL  Neural systems
      *ALAN GUTH  Inflationary universe

2:00PM-5:20PM NETWORKS
    *IRVING EPSTEIN - Networks
      *BERNARDO HUBERMAN  Web social interactions
       EUGENE STANLEY - Networks
      *LEON COOPER  Neural networks in vision
      *NEO MARTINEZ  Food Webs

6:30PM-9:00PM PARALLEL SESSIONS
     Networks
     Systems Biology
     Socio-Economic  Systems
     Engineering complex systems
     Physical systems
     Evolution & Ecology
     Complexity

9:00PM-10:00PM INITIAL POSTER SESSION

TUESDAY, May 18

9:00AM-12:20PM  EVOLUTION
    *TERRENCE DEACON  Evolution
      *STUART KAUFFMAN  Origins of Life
      *ALAN PERELSON  Immunological Evolution
       MARTIN NOWAK  Evolutioary systems

2:00PM-5:00PM AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS

    *CHRISTINA STOICA  Social systems
      *DWIGHT READ
      *ROBERT REYNOLDS
      *CLAUDIO CIOFFI-REVILLA
      *JUERGEN KLUEVER
    *ROBERT BERWICK  Evolution of Languages
    Spatiotemporal dynamics
    Networks
    Additional sessions to be organized

7:00PM-10:00PM EVENING BREAKOUT SESSIONS

    *TERRENCE DEACON - Origin of Life
      *BRUCE WEBBER
    *HELEN HARTE  Healthcare
      *FRANK FUNDERBERK
      *SALIL PATEL
     Complexity in Engineering
     Neural Systems
     Additional sessions to be organized

WEDNESDAY, May 19

9:00AM-12:20PM  SOCIAL SYSTEMS
       BRIAN ARTHUR - Economics
      *THOMAS HOMER-DIXON  Complexity of global systems
      *SCOTT PAGE  Diversity in organizations
      *STEVE HASSAN - Cults

2:00PM-5:00PM AFTERNOON PARALLEL SESSIONS

    Organizations and Economics
        *EVE MITLETON-KELLY - Organizational Complexity
        *ERIC BEINHOCKER  Wealth
    Self-Organization
        *MAYA PACZUSKI
    Evolution
        *LISA MEFFERT

6:15PM-7:45PM BANQUET
7:45PM-9:30PM BANQUET SESSION
      MURRAY GELL-MANN  20th Anniversary of SFI
       Origins of Plectics

THURSDAY, May 20

9:00AM-12:20AM ENGINEERING & INNOVATION
    *ERIC BONABEAU  Engineering & Innovation
        *JERRY SUSSMAN
        *DOUG NORMAN
        *BUD MISHRA

2:00PM-5:00PM AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS
    *DAVID WOLPERT  Collectives
        *BILL MACREADY
        *NEIL JOHNSON
        *JEFF SHAMMA
        *ILAN KROO
        *STEFAN BIENIAWSKI
     Engineering & Military Systems
     Defining Complexity
     Systems Biology

7:00PM-10:00PM EVENING BREAKOUT SESSIONS
     Socio-economic systems
     Systems Biology
     Networks
     Formalisms, Methods and Tools

FRIDAY, May 21

9:00AM-5:00PM SPECIAL DAY ON SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
    *DON INGBER  Systems Biology
        LEE HOOD
       *STUART KIM
       *JIM FERRELL
       *HOWARD BERG
       *SUI HUANG
    *TEMPLE SMITH  Systems Biology
       *JIM COLLINS
       *JOHN DOYLE
        URI ALON
        DOUG LAUFFENBERGER
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Yaneer Bar-Yam
President
New England Complex Systems Institute
http://necsi.net
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