https://wiki.santafe.edu/api.php?action=feedcontributions&user=Lenzi.m.b&feedformat=atomSanta Fe Institute Events Wiki - User contributions [en]2021-12-06T21:52:43ZUser contributionsMediaWiki 1.32.0https://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=58814Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-27T17:47:05Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Cinema: Inside Out, Sunday (June 28) */</p>
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==Saturday, June 27: Party At JP's Farm!!!==<br />
<br />
I'd like to host a nice little summer party out at my family's farm south of town. Let's have a little summer BBQ!<br />
<br />
Let's head out about 4:30-5:00 on Saturday, and spend the late afternoon into the evening there. We should pick up some things to cook at a grocery store on the way out.<br />
<br />
<b>JP's GTI</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.Yared<br><br />
3.Melissa <br><br />
4.Federico<br><br />
5.Susanne<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Totally Cool People Hauler 4Runner</b><br><br />
1.Jean-Gab<br><br />
2.Masa<br><br />
3.Sara<br><br />
4.Maria<br><br />
5.Alice<br><br />
<br />
<b>Connnnor's well-dented Dodge Intrepid</b><br><br />
1.connor<br><br />
2.Glenn <br><br />
3.Daniel F.<br><br />
4.Sahil Garg<br><br />
5.Jakub <br><br />
<br />
<b>Brent's Excellent Explorer</b><br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Tirtha<br><br />
3.Ilaria<br><br />
4.Jelle<br><br />
5.Sebastian<br><br />
6.Matt O<br><br />
7.Penny <br><br />
<br />
<b>Joshua's Car</b><br><br />
1.Joshua<br><br />
2.Maggie<br><br />
3.Urs <br><br />
4.Keith<br><br />
5.toby<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sander's Car</b><br><br />
1.Sander<br><br />
2.Kleber<br><br />
3.Emilia<br><br />
4.Chris<br><br />
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<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1.Juni<br><br />
2.Somdatta<br><br />
3.Richard<br><br />
4.Alejandro <br><br />
5.Jeroen <br><br />
<br />
<b>Still Needs a Ride</b><br><br />
1. Juancho <br><br />
1. Jim<br><br />
...<br />
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==Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 27 June at 10.00==<br />
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Hi there! Saturday 27 June I would like to go to the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and then maybe go to another museum and have a walk in the town, enjoy the evening, make pictures, take a glass of redwine and observe people around. I love museums. If you want to join, do that. There is no fixed plans, no stress, so you can leave the walk whenever you want.<br />
<br />
Anna<br />
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==Monday, June 22: Pop-Up Dumplings!==<br />
<br />
<b>JP's Car</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.Haitao <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==Wednesdays==<br />
<br />
St. John's College hosts a concert series on the college's athletic field every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. These concerts are free and food/sodas are available to purchase.<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here] <br><br />
<br />
We have two dates we will organize for the time being. <br><br />
<br />
Tuesday, 6/16 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
Saturday, 6/20 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==CSSS Dance June 20==<br />
<br />
[[Playlist submissions for Dance]]<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Soccer this Weekend? <br><br />
Saturday? <br><br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
Sunday? <br><br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
<br />
==Basketball==<br />
<br />
Golden State<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. Connor<br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
Cleveland<br><br />
1. Matthew "King James" <br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
<br />
FYI ran into some breadloafers who said they're going to play Mondays. We should gather a crew to defeat them.<br />
<br />
==Morning Yoga==<br />
<br />
We meet at the gym at 7, there is an open space we can use. Bring a towel or a yoga mat, if you have it. <br />
Rotating leading turns, feel free to share your favourite yoga position!<br />
<br />
Mon-Thu 1 hour<br />
Fri 45 min (because of the shuttle to SFI)<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Ilaria <br><br />
Carolina (M,W,F)<br><br />
Alice <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
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== Amma in Santa Fe – June 20, 2015.==<br />
http://amma.org/meeting-amma/north-america/santa-fe<br />
Free Morning Program 10am–approx. 3pm<br />
8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.<br />
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.<br />
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.<br />
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.<br />
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.<br />
About morning programs ›<br />
<br />
EVERYONE IS WELCOME<br />
To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.<br />
<br />
Location: Buffalo Thunder Resort<br />
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail <br />
Santa Fe, NM 87506<br />
United States<br />
Hotel: 877.848.6337<br />
<br />
Meeting time: Since we take 45 min to arrive the Resort, we should plan to leave at 7:15 AM.<br />
Interested:<br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
4. Sahil Garg <br><br />
5. Federico Battiston<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats) (NOT ACTUALLY A LAMBORGHINI)</b><br><br />
1. Jean-Gab<br><br />
2. Junming Huang <br><br />
3. Danqing Liu <br><br />
4. Martina Steffen <br><br />
5. Song Binyang <br><br />
<br />
<br />
<b>Christine's Jeep (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Sebastian<br><br />
3. Sola<br><br />
4. Melissa <br><br />
5. Masa<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sam's Car (5 seats total)</b><br><br />
1. Sam<br><br />
2. Matthew H<br><br />
3. Emilia <br><br />
4. Tirtha<br><br />
5. Alice<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sharon's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Stefano<br><br />
3. Tolga <br><br />
4. Laurence <br><br />
5. Penny Mealy <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Joshua's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Joshua<br><br />
2. Chao Fan<br><br />
3. Haitao Shang<br><br />
4. Susanne<br><br />
5. Tirtha<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Laura's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Laura<br><br />
2. Michael S<br><br />
3. Richard Barnes <br><br />
4. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
5. Alejandro <br><br><br />
<br />
<b> Connor's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Connor<br><br />
2. Matt O <br><br />
3. <br><br />
4. Andre <br><br />
5. Daniel Citron <br><br />
<br />
<b> Valery's Car (7 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Valery <br><br />
2. Marie-Pierre <br><br />
3. Chris<br><br />
4. Urs <br><br />
5. Anna <br><br />
6. <br><br />
7. <br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
1. Andy <br><br />
2. Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
3. Ilaria <br><br />
4. Jelle <br><br />
<br />
==Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28==<br />
'''There is a small group heading to the Grand Canyon the last weekend (leaving Jun26 afternoon, returning Jun28). We will be renting a car, the drive is about 6.5 hours. Anyone interested in joining please contact Juan or Nilton.'''<br />
<br><br />
Interested:<br />
<br><br />
1.<br />
<br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Cinema: Inside Out, Sunday (June 28) ==<br />
Cinema by the Railyard (Violet Crown) <br><br />
Movie starts at 8:15 - we'll eat dinner nearby somewhere before <br><br />
Ride shares! <br><br />
<br />
<b>Cars</b><br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Wicked-Cool GTI</b><br><br />
1.[[JP]]<br><br />
2.Laurence<br><br />
3. Sahil Garg<br><br />
4. Richard <br><br />
5.Tirtha<br><br />
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==Jemez Hot Springs, Saturday (27th of June) ==<br />
Day trip to natural hot springs near the town of Jemez Springs (about an hour drive away) <br><br />
Meet at 10:00am at the turning circle and hopefully be back in plenty of time for JP's BBQ! <br><br />
<br />
<b>Cars</b><br><br />
<b>Valery's Tiny Van</b><br><br />
1.Valery<br><br />
2.Cobain<br><br />
3.Toby<br><br />
4.Emilia<br><br />
5.Sahil (hope to join) <br><br />
6.Will<br><br />
7.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Interested</b><br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=58705Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-24T05:06:09Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28 */</p>
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==Monday, June 22: Pop-Up Dumplings!==<br />
<br />
<b>JP's Car</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.Haitao <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==Friday, June 19: Summer Sessions Techno Hoedown==<br />
<br />
So a friend of mine is hosting a "techno hoedown" at his ranch north of town. Promised music, hay bales, and some good fun. <br />
<br />
Interested? Sign up here [[Summer Sessions 2015 | Summer Sessions 2015]]<br />
<br />
Federico (in Carolina's car!)<br />
<br />
==Wednesdays==<br />
<br />
St. John's College hosts a concert series on the college's athletic field every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. These concerts are free and food/sodas are available to purchase.<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here] <br><br />
<br />
We have two dates we will organize for the time being. <br><br />
<br />
Tuesday, 6/16 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
Saturday, 6/20 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==CSSS Dance June 20==<br />
<br />
[[Playlist submissions for Dance]]<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Soccer on Tuesday! <br><br />
after the tutorial at the field!<br />
<br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Matt I. <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Christine <br><br />
5. <br><br />
6. <br><br />
<br />
==Basketball==<br />
<br />
Golden State<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. Connor<br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
Cleveland<br><br />
1. Matthew "King James" <br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
<br />
FYI ran into some breadloafers who said they're going to play Mondays. We should gather a crew to defeat them.<br />
<br />
==Morning Yoga==<br />
<br />
We meet at the gym at 7, there is an open space we can use. Bring a towel or a yoga mat, if you have it. <br />
Rotating leading turns, feel free to share your favourite yoga position!<br />
<br />
Mon-Thu 1 hour<br />
Fri 45 min (because of the shuttle to SFI)<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Ilaria <br><br />
Carolina (M,W,F)<br><br />
Alice <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
<br />
== Amma in Santa Fe – June 20, 2015.==<br />
http://amma.org/meeting-amma/north-america/santa-fe<br />
Free Morning Program 10am–approx. 3pm<br />
8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.<br />
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.<br />
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.<br />
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.<br />
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.<br />
About morning programs ›<br />
<br />
EVERYONE IS WELCOME<br />
To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.<br />
<br />
Location: Buffalo Thunder Resort<br />
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail <br />
Santa Fe, NM 87506<br />
United States<br />
Hotel: 877.848.6337<br />
<br />
Meeting time: Since we take 45 min to arrive the Resort, we should plan to leave at 7:15 AM.<br />
Interested:<br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
4. Sahil Garg <br><br />
5. Federico Battiston<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. <driver needed><br><br />
2. Junming Huang <br><br />
3. Danqing Liu <br><br />
4. Martina Steffen <br><br />
5. Song Binyang <br><br />
<br />
<b>Christine's Jeep (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Sola<br><br />
4. Melissa <br><br />
5. Masa<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sam's Car (5 seats total)</b><br><br />
1. Sam<br><br />
2. Matthew H<br><br />
3. Emilia <br><br />
4. Tirtha<br><br />
5. Alice<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sharon's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Stefano<br><br />
3. Tolga <br><br />
4. Laurence <br><br />
5. Penny Mealy <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Joshua's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Joshua<br><br />
2. Chao Fan<br><br />
3. Haitao Shang<br><br />
4. Susanne<br><br />
5. Tirtha<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Laura's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Laura<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3. <br><br />
4. <br><br />
5. <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
2. Kleber Neves <br><br />
3. Richard Barnes <br><br />
6. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
7. Alejandro <br><br />
8. <br><br />
9. Matt O <br><br />
11. Jean-Gab <br><br />
12. Andre <br><br />
13. Daniel Citron <br><br />
14. Andy <br><br />
15. Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
<br />
==Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28==<br />
'''There is a small group heading to the Grand Canyon the last weekend (leaving Jun26 afternoon, returning Jun28). We will be renting a car, the drive is about 6.5 hours. Anyone interested in joining please contact Juan or Nilton.'''<br />
<br><br />
Interested:<br />
<br><br />
1. Sahil Garg <br />
<br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Cinema: Inside Out, Sunday (June 28) ==<br />
Cinema by the Railyard (Violet Crown) <br><br />
Movie starts at 8:15 - we'll eat dinner nearby somewhere before <br><br />
The SFI-Bus will probably take us downtown at 5:30. <br><br />
<br />
Interested: <br><br />
<li> Laurence</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Bandelier_2015&diff=58595Bandelier 20152015-06-19T19:47:56Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Sharon's Car (5 seats) */</p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
Please sign up here so we know who's going.<br><br />
Also: If you have a car, please put it down. The more cars we have, the more people we can take.<br><br />
<br />
We'll meet Saturday at 10:00am in the parking circle.<br />
<br />
Please remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, water, hiking shoes, and anything else you'll need for a day out in the field.<br />
<br />
If you would like to rent a car please visit the [http://santafe.edu/about/contact/ground/ SFI website] for more info<br />
<br />
==Cars:==<br />
<br />
===Juniper's Car (4 seats)===<br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. Matthew Cobain<br><br />
3. Haitao<br><br />
4. Melissa<br><br />
5. Jelle : )<br><br />
<br />
===JP's Super Awesome Volkswagen (5 seats)===<br />
<br />
1. JP<br><br />
2. María Pereda <br><br />
3. Tirthankar Bandyopadhyay<br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Stefano <br><br />
<br />
===JP's Totally Cool Offroad Toyota 4Runner (5 seats)===<br />
1.Jean-Gab<br><br />
2. Ilaria Bertazzi <br><br />
3. Emilia Wysocka <br><br />
4. Rosana Rogiski <br><br />
5. Gilia Patterson <br><br />
<br />
===JP's Other Car (4 seats, maybe 5)===<br />
1.<driver needed - I don't have a license to drive in the US. Otherwise, I can drive....Sola><br> <br />
2. Alice Patania <br><br />
3. Jakub Rojcek <br><br />
4. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
5. Sola<br />
<br />
Sam or Maggie can drive here or contribute an additional car, if needed.<br />
Needed! I will need a seat too. Anna<br />
<br />
===Christine's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Federico Battiston <br><br />
4. Yared Abebe <br><br />
5. Sebastian Poledna <br><br />
<br />
===Connor's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1.Connnnor<br><br />
2. Sahil Garg <br><br />
3. <br><br />
4. Song Binyang <br><br />
5. Kleber Neves <br><br />
<br />
===Sharon's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Penny<br><br />
3. <br><br />
4. Matt H <br><br />
5. Sara <br><br />
<br />
===Valery's Famous Van (7 seats)===<br />
1. Valery<br><br />
2. Richard Barnes <br><br />
3. Matt O <br><br />
4. Andre V <br><br />
5. Tolga <br><br />
6. Alejandro <br><br />
7. Urs <br><br />
<br />
===Carolina's Super New Mexican Outback (5 seats)===<br />
1. Carolina<br><br />
2. Tobias<br><br />
3. Jelle <br><br />
4. Susanne<br><br />
5. Michael<br><br />
<br />
===Joshua's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Joshua<br><br />
2. Tobias <br><br />
3. Andy<br><br />
4. Daniel <br><br />
5. Masa<br><br />
<br />
===Sam/Maggie's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Maggie/Sam <br><br />
2. Keith <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==Without car ==<br />
Anna</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Panel_Questions&diff=58573Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Panel Questions2015-06-19T14:57:40Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: </p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
Please post questions you might have for our panel on June 19th. Panel includes Simon DeDeo, Mirta Galesic, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Christa Brelsford, and others to be announced shortly. <br />
<br><br />
<ol><br />
<li> Are there any universal principles that govern the generation of power-law distributions? </li><br />
<li> Is complex systems science a discipline, toolset, mindset, or something else? How do you define complex systems science? </li><br />
<li> 200 years from now, would what we now consider under the rubric of complexity sciences be still considered legit complexity topics? If not, then is complexity in the eye of the beholder--and this front keeps shifting as we explore the frontiers? </li><br />
<li> What evidence do we have that understanding complex systems is a task the human mind is capable of? What if we reached the point where it's fundamentally beyond our comprehension?</li><br />
<li> Interdisciplinary knowledge is valuable, but perhaps you need to be specialized to be useful to interdisciplinary work. Do you have thoughts on balancing these? </li><br />
<li> Is the idea of a "generative social science" approach embedded in the use of complexity tools and framework for social phenomena? How can we make this idea useful, in particular when dealing with economics, which usually aims to generate predictions? </li><br />
<li> "I believe there is a fourth law of thermodynamics, or some cousin of it, concerning self-constructing nonequilibrium systems, such as biospheres, in the cosmos, but cannot prove it" - Stuart Kauffman, former external professor at SFI. Where do you stand on this statement? </li><br />
<li> Can complexity radically change the way we think about and manage socio-environmental systems? </li><br />
<li> Shall qualitative data be always quantified? We have learned at CSSS that there is basically no real randomness, and that systems are sort of in need of noise anyway. So, if we not always have to quantify qualitative data, what other ways of approaching qualitative data there can be and for what problems in particular? </li><br />
<li> Can you imagine a research project in Complexity Science, which would be based on qualitative data that was not quantified, but still approached systemically and stepwise? </li><br />
<li> To an extent, complex systems science seems to be the search of complex systems "universals". In the lectures by Alfred Hübler, he talked about physical intelligence: the idea that physical complex systems "seek out" the optimal dissipation of energy sources (and self-organize by consuming). This leads to all sorts of thoughts about Life being there because it dissipates energy quicker than random systems do (and hence reintroducing a kind of teleology in nature, see for instance: [http://www.ler.esalq.usp.br/aulas/lce1302/life_as_a_manifestation.pdf Schneider and Kay (1994)]. Are there, or is there evidence for, such "universal" principles of non-equilibrium thermodynamics, or should these kind of ideas be taken with a grain of salt?</li><br />
<li> Given the role of failures in large scale complex social & technological systems, what role does forensics play in complexity sciences? Are there common patterns of failure that cross interdisciplinary boundaries? Is there a spot for "Complex System Forensics" on the table? </li><br />
<li> These past two weeks have been a wonderful treat--a buffet of courses and interactions. But in a sense they are just appetizers. Much of the heavy lifting has to happen auto-didactically once we return. Hands-on, online books like Allen Downeys "Think Complexity": http://greenteapress.com/complexity/ are a definite plus. Wish there was something similar and hands-on and auto-didactically set for the foundational works such as Mark's Networks, or Cris's Comp-Complexity. Is there some thought as to how to keep the momentum going, to build upon & continue this amazing experience--both auto-didactically as well as interactively? </li><br />
<li> It is strange that there is not much voicing of controversies within the Complexity Sciences? Is everybody in agreement about the foundationals? If not, could you please highlight the clashes, both historical as well as on-going? </li><br />
<li> In the Hindu mythology, there is Jagganath from whom comes the word juggernaut--meaning an unstoppable force. Both Sander Bais as well as Brian Arthur mentioned such an unstoppable force--one operating in the realm of science, the other in the realm of technology--and the human agents who are propelling this classic CAS forward have yet to figure out where it is heading and what our natural place within it is. Any thoughts on reconciling these two (science vs. tech-driven) frameworks and hints on finding our feet within this uber complex system that we are part and parcel of? <br />
</li> <br />
<li> What's the limit of ABMs? </li><br />
</ol></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Panel_Questions&diff=58571Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Panel Questions2015-06-19T14:56:47Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: </p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
Please post questions you might have for our panel on June 19th. Panel includes Simon DeDeo, Mirta Galesic, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Christa Brelsford, and others to be announced shortly. <br />
<br><br />
<ol><br />
<li> Are there any universal principles that govern the generation of power-law distributions? </li><br />
<li> Is complex systems science a discipline, toolset, mindset, or something else? How do you define complex systems science? </li><br />
<li> 200 years from now, would what we now consider under the rubric of complexity sciences be still considered legit complexity topics? If not, then is complexity in the eye of the beholder--and this front keeps shifting as we explore the frontiers? </li><br />
<li> What evidence do we have that understanding complex systems is a task the human mind is capable of? What if we reached the point where it's fundamentally beyond our comprehension?</li><br />
<li> Interdisciplinary knowledge is valuable, but perhaps you need to be specialized to be useful to interdisciplinary work. Do you have thoughts on balancing these? </li><br />
<li> Is the idea of a "generative social science" approach embedded in the use of complexity tools and framework for social phenomena? How can we make this idea useful, in particular when dealing with economics, which usually aims to generate predictions? </li><br />
<li> "I believe there is a fourth law of thermodynamics, or some cousin of it, concerning self-constructing nonequilibrium systems, such as biospheres, in the cosmos, but cannot prove it" - Stuart Kauffman, former external professor at SFI. Where do you stand on this statement? </li><br />
<li> Can complexity radically change the way we think about and manage socio-environmental systems? </li><br />
<li> Shall qualitative data be always quantified? We have learned at CSSS that there is basically no real randomness, and that systems are sort of in need of noise anyway. So, if we not always have to quantify qualitative data, what other ways of approaching qualitative data there can be and for what problems in particular? </li><br />
<li> Can you imagine a research project in Complexity Science, which would be based on qualitative data that was not quantified, but still approached systemically and stepwise? </li><br />
<li> To an extent, complex systems science seems to be the search of complex systems "universals". In the lectures by Alfred Hübler, he talked about physical intelligence: the idea that physical complex systems "seek out" the optimal dissipation of energy sources (and self-organize by consuming). This leads to all sorts of thoughts about Life being there because it dissipates energy quicker than random systems do (and hence reintroducing a kind of teleology in nature, see for instance: [http://www.ler.esalq.usp.br/aulas/lce1302/life_as_a_manifestation.pdf Schneider and Kay (1994)]. Are there, or is there evidence for, such "universal" principles of non-equilibrium thermodynamics, or should these kind of ideas be taken with a grain of salt?</li><br />
<li> Given the role of failures in large scale complex social & technological systems, what role does forensics play in complexity sciences? Are there common patterns of failure that cross interdisciplinary boundaries? Is there a spot for "Complex System Forensics" on the table? </li><br />
<li> These past two weeks have been a wonderful treat--a buffet of courses and interactions. But in a sense they are just appetizers. Much of the heavy lifting has to happen auto-didactically once we return. Hands-on, online books like Allen Downeys "Think Complexity": http://greenteapress.com/complexity/ are a definite plus. Wish there was something similar and hands-on and auto-didactically set for the foundational works such as Mark's Networks, or Cris's Comp-Complexity. Is there some thought as to how to keep the momentum going, to build upon & continue this amazing experience--both auto-didactically as well as interactively? </li><br />
<li> It is strange that there is not much voicing of controversies within the Complexity Sciences? Is everybody in agreement about the foundationals? If not, could you please highlight the clashes, both historical as well as on-going? </li><br />
<li> In the Hindu mythology, there is Jagganath from whom comes the word juggernaut--meaning an unstoppable force. Both Sander Bais as well as Brian Arthur mentioned such an unstoppable force--one operating in the realm of science, the other in the realm of technology--and the human agents who are propelling this classic CAS forward have yet to figure out where it is heading and what our natural place within it is. Any thoughts on reconciling these two (science vs. tech-driven) frameworks and hints on finding our feet within this uber complex system that we are part and parcel of? <br />
</li> What's the limit of ABMs?<br />
</ol></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=58303Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-16T19:11:12Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Wednesdays==<br />
<br />
St. John's College hosts a concert series on the college's athletic field every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. These concerts are free and food/sodas are available to purchase.<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here] <br><br />
<br />
We have two dates we will organize for the time being. <br><br />
<br />
Tuesday, 6/16 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
Saturday, 6/20 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Soccer on thursday!<br />
7pm at the field!<br />
<br />
Super-cool Roma team (white shirts)<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
Random lame team (colored shirts)<br><br />
1. ...<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
<br />
==Basketball==<br />
<br />
Golden State<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
Cleveland<br><br />
1. Matthew "King James" <br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
<br />
FYI ran into some breadloafers who said they're going to play Mondays. We should gather a crew to defeat them.<br />
<br />
==Morning Yoga==<br />
<br />
We meet at the gym at 7, there is an open space we can use. Bring a towel or a yoga mat, if you have it. <br />
Rotating leading turns, feel free to share your favourite yoga position!<br />
<br />
Mon-Thu 1 hour<br />
Fri 45 min (because of the shuttle to SFI)<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Ilaria <br><br />
Carolina would join you! In the morning and ourside would be awesome, but i don't have a mat either. I'd use a towel or stay on the grass :)<br><br />
Alice <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. Matt O <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
== Amma in Santa Fe – June 20, 2015.==<br />
http://amma.org/meeting-amma/north-america/santa-fe<br />
Free Morning Program 10am–approx. 3pm<br />
8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.<br />
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.<br />
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.<br />
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.<br />
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.<br />
About morning programs ›<br />
<br />
EVERYONE IS WELCOME<br />
To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.<br />
<br />
Location: Buffalo Thunder Resort<br />
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail <br />
Santa Fe, NM 87506<br />
United States<br />
Hotel: 877.848.6337<br />
<br />
Meeting time: Since we take 45 min to arrive the Resort, we should plan to leave at 7:15 AM.<br />
Interested:<br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
4. Sahil Garg <br><br />
5. Federico Battiston<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. <driver needed><br><br />
2. Junming Huang <br><br />
3. Danqing Liu <br><br />
4. Martina Steffen <br><br />
5. Song Binyang <br><br />
<br />
<b>Christine's Jeep (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Sola<br><br />
4. Laura<br><br />
5. Melissa <br><br />
<br />
<b>Sam's Car (5 seats total)</b><br><br />
1. Sam<br><br />
2. Matthew H<br><br />
3. Emilia <br><br />
4. Tirtha<br><br />
5. Alice<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sharon's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Stefano<br><br />
3. Tolga <br><br />
4. Laurence <br><br />
5. <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
1. Chao Fan <br><br />
2. Kleber Neves <br><br />
3. Richard Barnes <br><br />
5. Haitao Shang <br><br />
6. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
7. Alejandro <br><br />
8. <br><br />
9. Matt O <br><br />
11. Jean-Gab <br><br />
12. Andre <br><br />
13. Daniel Citron <br><br />
14. Penny Mealy <br><br />
15. Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
16. Masa<br><br />
<br />
==Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28==<br />
'''There is a small group heading to the Grand Canyon the last weekend (leaving Jun26 afternoon, returning Jun28). We will be renting a car, the drive is about 6.5 hours. Anyone interested in joining please contact Juan or Nilton.'''<br />
1. <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Bandelier_2015&diff=58302Bandelier 20152015-06-16T19:09:45Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Sharon's Car (5 seats) */</p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
Please sign up here so we know who's going.<br><br />
Also: If you have a car, please put it down. The more cars we have, the more people we can take.<br><br />
<br />
We'll meet Saturday at 10:00am in the parking circle.<br />
<br />
Please remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, water, hiking shoes, and anything else you'll need for a day out in the field.<br />
<br />
If you would like to rent a car please visit the [http://santafe.edu/about/contact/ground/ SFI website] for more info<br />
<br />
==Cars:==<br />
<br />
===Juniper's Car (4 seats)===<br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. Matthew Cobain<br><br />
3. Haitao<br><br />
4. Melissa<br><br />
<br />
===JP's Super Awesome Volkswagen (5 seats)===<br />
<br />
1. JP<br><br />
2. María Pereda <br><br />
3. Tirthankar Bandyopadhyay<br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Stefano <br><br />
<br />
===JP's Totally Cool Offroad Toyota 4Runner (5 seats)===<br />
1.Jean-Gab<br><br />
2. Ilaria Bertazzi <br><br />
3. Emilia Wysocka <br><br />
4. Rosana Rogiski <br><br />
5. Gilia Patterson <br><br />
<br />
===JP's Other Car (4 seats, maybe 5)===<br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2. Alice Patania <br><br />
3. Jakub Rojcek <br><br />
4. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
<br />
===Christine's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Federico Battiston <br><br />
4. Yared Abebe <br><br />
5. Sebastian Poledna <br><br />
<br />
===Connor's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1.Connnnor<br><br />
2. Sahil Garg <br><br />
3. Martina Steffen <br><br />
4. Song Binyang <br><br />
5. Kleber Neves <br><br />
<br />
===Sharon's Car (5 seats)===<br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Penny<br><br />
3. Laurence <br><br />
4. Matt H <br><br />
5. <br><br />
<br />
==Without car ==<br />
1. Richard Barnes <br><br />
2. Matt O <br><br />
3. Andre V <br><br />
4. Tolga <br><br />
5. Alejandro <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Tutorials&diff=58299Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Tutorials2015-06-16T18:53:27Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Modeling With NetLogo */</p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
CSSS participants come from a wide range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge by organizing their own tutorials. <br />
<br />
You can schedule your own tutorial here, they will be held in the ESL study hall. Please do not schedule during other CSSS Lectures. <br />
<br />
try to use this template:<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: Skilled action, complex systems science and the Free Energy Principle''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Jelle Bruineberg''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 11th, 20:00''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: Quite some people seemed to be interested in the "Variational Approaches to Mind and Life" project that we are trying to get of the ground. Apart from this, some people were curious how philosophy relates to complex systems science. I would like to present my own work on skilled action and relate it to complex systems science. After this, I will sketch how the Free Energy Principle (the principle to be studied in the Variational Approaches to Mind and Life group) relates to this work. This is the point, where, I hope, the presentation part will stop and the brainstorm/discussion session will take over.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: Being open to a bit of philosophy :)''' <br><br />
'''Slides: will follow''' <br><br />
'''Paper: [http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00599/abstract]''' <br><br />
<br />
=='''Introduction to NetLogo''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' June 16th 7pm in Tutorial Room<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' Basic introduction to NetLogo for new users/programmers. Quick overview of the screens, language and possibilities. And standard documentation practices for the model. Walkthrough editing a model.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Download and install NetLogo (https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/download.shtml)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* <br />
<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: R, EDA, a bit of geo-mapping''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Brent Schneeman''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: TBD''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: The "Great Circles" t-shirt design generated some interest in how it was done. I'll walk through the code showing how R can access the Google Maps API and generate great circle arcs. Along the way, we'll look at generating simple descriptive plots of a dataset that will likely resonate with you. If we're lucky, we'll be able to translate the arcs and the world map longitudinally. A teensy bit of github will also be shown.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: breathing''' <br><br />
'''Slides: [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HzKfmb4ARChrviMavlGkWqxNCD0P8Q_E62f9xktOHjY/edit?usp=sharing]''' <br><br />
'''Source Code: [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo]''' <br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
*Christine<br />
*Glenn<br />
*Chris<br />
*Song Binyang<br />
*Jakub<br />
*Alejandro<br />
*Haitao Shang<br />
*Jarrod Scott<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Python: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 17 @ 7pm'''<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This tutorial assumes some familiarity with programming and covers basic interaction with Python, pros and cons of using it as a language, and a summary of some of its useful packages. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu). A few people have expressed interest on following up on this tutorial by teaching workshops on specific packages for networking, machine learning, and scientific computation.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Have [https://www.python.org/downloads/ Python] installed on your computer ([http://continuum.io/downloads Anaconda] is an easy way to get this set up). Please have a code editor installed, [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText] is an excellent choice.<br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background, only R, Stata)<br />
<li> María Pereda (no background in Python, but I like programming)<br />
<li> Laurence (no Python, only R, C++, ..)<br />
<li> Valery (no background in Pyton, only R and Netlogo)<br />
<li> Song Binyang (know a little about Python)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (some Python, mostly R)<br />
<li> Jakub (No python, so far Java, Matlab)<br />
<li> Anna(no background in Python, but would love to learn)<br />
<li> Sola...(no background in Python. Proficient in STATA)<br />
<Ii> Jeroen de Wilde (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro(no background in Python. C and Matlab)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background in Python, only know MatLab)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott(a little background in Python, a little better with R)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no background in Python, only R and other stat packages)<br />
<li> Urs (very little background in Python, only Matlab)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (R, Stata, some Python)<br />
<li> Matt O (R, Mathematica, Matlab)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime later on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki (no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background)<br />
<li> Valery (no background)<br />
<li> Jakub (Used it once)<br />
<li> Will (used a little)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (used it once)<br />
<li> Anna (no background in this)<br />
<li> Jim Caton (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro (no background)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott (some background)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no backgroung)<br />
<li> Urs (no background)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (no background)<br />
<li> Laurence (some background)<br />
<br />
=='''Cloud Computing Introduction''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This will cover an introduction to cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. This will review setting up an AWS account, launching an instance, logging on to the remote computing resource, and we can try to do a little something else as well. Open to suggestions!<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Amazon account and a credit card (compute time should cost < $1) <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Chris<br />
* Valery<br />
* Jakub<br />
* Anna<br />
* Alejandro<br />
* Haitao Shang<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Jae<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
* Laurence<br />
<br />
=='''Reproducible Research with iPython Notebooks''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' iPython notebooks are a great way to keep track of your analysis and track data manipulations. Ideal for anyone working with data sets and creating visualizations along the way. More details to follow! Example: http://ipython.org/_static/sloangrant/9_home_fperez_prof_grants_1207-sloan-ipython_proposal_fig_ipython-notebook-specgram.png<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Python Install with iPython Notebooks (other packages to be listed). Easiest install is the Anaconda Install (http://continuum.io/downloads)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Valery<br />
* Song Binyang<br />
* Tolga Oztan<br />
* Anna<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Topological Data Analysis - Persistent homology''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Alice Patania <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' Friday, June 19th, 6.30pm <br><br />
'''Content:'''The tutorial will be a short introduction to topological data analysis and its applications to complex systems. I will try to illustrate the utility of these class of methods in several real world examples, and give some computational tools to apply them.<br><br />
'''Motivation:''' Topological Data Analysis is sensitive to both large and small scale patterns that often fail to be detected by other analysis methods, such as principal component analysis, (PCA), multidimensional scaling, (MDS), and cluster analysis. PCA and MDS produce unstructured scatterplots and clustering methods produce distinct, unrelated groups. These methodologies sometimes obscure geometric features that topological methods can capture.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' <br><br />
'''References:''' <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
2. Jean-Gab <br><br />
3. Jakub <br><br />
4. Richard <br><br />
<br />
=='''Basic examples of dummy variable use in econometrics applied to some Prof. Wooldridge datasets''' ==<br />
''' Speaker:''' Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
''' Date & Time:''' 3rd or 4th week time, TBD <br><br />
''' Contents:''' Let´s go over some basic examples using Wooldridge´s datasets to illustrate the use of dummy varibales in econometrics. <br><br />
''' Motivation:''' Dummy variables in econometric models can capture group/ categories effects and are very useful in estimating different patterns within the sample. <br><br />
''' Prerequisite:''' Install R Studio (http://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/); selected csv data from Wooldridge data sets (http://www.cengage.com/aise/economics/wooldridge_3e_datasets/)<br><br />
''' References:''' http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-M.-Wooldridge/e/B001IGLWNY <br><br />
''' Interested people: '''<br><br />
1. Alice <br><br />
<br />
=='''Modeling With NetLogo''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org) and Keith Burghardt (keith@umd.edu)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' 7:00PM, June 16 <br><br />
'''Motivation:''' NetLogo is a powerful tool for Agent-Based Models (ABM) due to its ease to code, simple-to-create visualization tools, and relatively fast computation capabilities. NetLogo is written in Java, which gives this modeling environment great portability at the expense of speed compared to C or Fortran. <br><br />
'''Content:''' In this talk, I will be reviewing NetLogo for students with mild backgrounds in coding by describing the basic program environment, GUI interface, and ways to reduce performance issues through massive parallelization, and avoiding read/write race conditions that can crop up.<br><br />
'''To Install NetLogo:''' https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/download.shtml<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Cobain <br><br />
2. Jakub <br><br />
3. Nilton <br><br />
4. Maggie <br><br />
5. Urs <br><br />
6. Laurence <br><br />
7. Matt H <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Tutorials&diff=58241Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Tutorials2015-06-16T02:53:26Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Cloud Computing Introduction */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
CSSS participants come from a wide range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge by organizing their own tutorials. <br />
<br />
You can schedule your own tutorial here, they will be held in the ESL study hall. Please do not schedule during other CSSS Lectures. <br />
<br />
try to use this template:<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: Skilled action, complex systems science and the Free Energy Principle''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Jelle Bruineberg''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 11th, 20:00''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: Quite some people seemed to be interested in the "Variational Approaches to Mind and Life" project that we are trying to get of the ground. Apart from this, some people were curious how philosophy relates to complex systems science. I would like to present my own work on skilled action and relate it to complex systems science. After this, I will sketch how the Free Energy Principle (the principle to be studied in the Variational Approaches to Mind and Life group) relates to this work. This is the point, where, I hope, the presentation part will stop and the brainstorm/discussion session will take over.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: Being open to a bit of philosophy :)''' <br><br />
'''Slides: will follow''' <br><br />
'''Paper: [http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00599/abstract]''' <br><br />
<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: R, EDA, a bit of geo-mapping''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Brent Schneeman''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: TBD''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: The "Great Circles" t-shirt design generated some interest in how it was done. I'll walk through the code showing how R can access the Google Maps API and generate great circle arcs. Along the way, we'll look at generating simple descriptive plots of a dataset that will likely resonate with you. If we're lucky, we'll be able to translate the arcs and the world map longitudinally. A teensy bit of github will also be shown.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: breathing''' <br><br />
'''Slides: [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HzKfmb4ARChrviMavlGkWqxNCD0P8Q_E62f9xktOHjY/edit?usp=sharing]''' <br><br />
'''Source Code: [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo]''' <br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
*Christine<br />
*Glenn<br />
*Chris<br />
*Song Binyang<br />
*Jakub<br />
*Alejandro<br />
*Haitao Shang<br />
*Jarrod Scott<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Python: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 17 @ 7pm'''<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This tutorial assumes some familiarity with programming and covers basic interaction with Python, pros and cons of using it as a language, and a summary of some of its useful packages. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu). A few people have expressed interest on following up on this tutorial by teaching workshops on specific packages for networking, machine learning, and scientific computation.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Have [https://www.python.org/downloads/ Python] installed on your computer ([http://continuum.io/downloads Anaconda] is an easy way to get this set up). Please have a code editor installed, [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText] is an excellent choice.<br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background, only R, Stata)<br />
<li> María Pereda (no background in Python, but I like programming)<br />
<li> Laurence (no Python, only R, C++, ..)<br />
<li> Valery (no background in Pyton, only R and Netlogo)<br />
<li> Song Binyang (know a little about Python)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (some Python, mostly R)<br />
<li> Jakub (No python, so far Java, Matlab)<br />
<li> Anna(no background in Python, but would love to learn)<br />
<li> Sola...(no background in Python. Proficient in STATA)<br />
<Ii> Jeroen de Wilde (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro(no background in Python. C and Matlab)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background in Python, only know MatLab)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott(a little background in Python, a little better with R)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no background in Python, only R and other stat packages)<br />
<li> Urs (very little background in Python, only Matlab)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (R, Stata, some Python)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime later on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki (no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background)<br />
<li> Valery (no background)<br />
<li> Jakub (Used it once)<br />
<li> Will (used a little)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (used it once)<br />
<li> Anna (no background in this)<br />
<li> Jim Caton (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro (no background)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott (some background)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no backgroung)<br />
<li> Urs (no background)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (no background)<br />
<li> Laurence (some background)<br />
<br />
=='''Cloud Computing Introduction''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This will cover an introduction to cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. This will review setting up an AWS account, launching an instance, logging on to the remote computing resource, and we can try to do a little something else as well. Open to suggestions!<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Amazon account and a credit card (compute time should cost < $1) <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Chris<br />
* Valery<br />
* Jakub<br />
* Anna<br />
* Alejandro<br />
* Haitao Shang<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Jae<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
* Laurence<br />
<br />
=='''Reproducible Research with iPython Notebooks''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' iPython notebooks are a great way to keep track of your analysis and track data manipulations. Ideal for anyone working with data sets and creating visualizations along the way. More details to follow! Example: http://ipython.org/_static/sloangrant/9_home_fperez_prof_grants_1207-sloan-ipython_proposal_fig_ipython-notebook-specgram.png<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Python Install with iPython Notebooks (other packages to be listed). Easiest install is the Anaconda Install (http://continuum.io/downloads)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Valery<br />
* Song Binyang<br />
* Tolga Oztan<br />
* Anna<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Topological Data Analysis - Persistent homology''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Alice Patania <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' June 16th, time TBD <br><br />
'''Content:'''The tutorial will be a short introduction to topological data analysis and its applications to complex systems. I will try to illustrate the utility of these class of methods in several real world examples, and give some computational tools to apply them.<br><br />
'''Motivation:''' Topological Data Analysis is sensitive to both large and small scale patterns that often fail to be detected by other analysis methods, such as principal component analysis, (PCA), multidimensional scaling, (MDS), and cluster analysis. PCA and MDS produce unstructured scatterplots and clustering methods produce distinct, unrelated groups. These methodologies sometimes obscure geometric features that topological methods can capture.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' <br><br />
'''References:''' <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
2. Jean-Gab <br><br />
3. Jakub <br><br />
4. Richard <br><br />
<br />
=='''Basic examples of dummy variable use in econometrics applied to some Prof. Wooldridge datasets''' ==<br />
''' Speaker:''' Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
''' Date & Time:''' 3rd or 4th week time, TBD <br><br />
''' Contents:''' Let´s go over some basic examples using Wooldridge´s datasets to illustrate the use of dummy varibales in econometrics. <br><br />
''' Motivation:''' Dummy variables in econometric models can capture group/ categories effects and are very useful in estimating different patterns within the sample. <br><br />
''' Prerequisite:''' Install R Studio (http://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/); selected csv data from Wooldridge data sets (http://www.cengage.com/aise/economics/wooldridge_3e_datasets/)<br><br />
''' References:''' http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-M.-Wooldridge/e/B001IGLWNY <br><br />
''' Interested people: '''<br />
1.</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Tutorials&diff=58240Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Tutorials2015-06-16T02:52:48Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Git: A Crash Course */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
CSSS participants come from a wide range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge by organizing their own tutorials. <br />
<br />
You can schedule your own tutorial here, they will be held in the ESL study hall. Please do not schedule during other CSSS Lectures. <br />
<br />
try to use this template:<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: Skilled action, complex systems science and the Free Energy Principle''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Jelle Bruineberg''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 11th, 20:00''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: Quite some people seemed to be interested in the "Variational Approaches to Mind and Life" project that we are trying to get of the ground. Apart from this, some people were curious how philosophy relates to complex systems science. I would like to present my own work on skilled action and relate it to complex systems science. After this, I will sketch how the Free Energy Principle (the principle to be studied in the Variational Approaches to Mind and Life group) relates to this work. This is the point, where, I hope, the presentation part will stop and the brainstorm/discussion session will take over.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: Being open to a bit of philosophy :)''' <br><br />
'''Slides: will follow''' <br><br />
'''Paper: [http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00599/abstract]''' <br><br />
<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: R, EDA, a bit of geo-mapping''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Brent Schneeman''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: TBD''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: The "Great Circles" t-shirt design generated some interest in how it was done. I'll walk through the code showing how R can access the Google Maps API and generate great circle arcs. Along the way, we'll look at generating simple descriptive plots of a dataset that will likely resonate with you. If we're lucky, we'll be able to translate the arcs and the world map longitudinally. A teensy bit of github will also be shown.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: breathing''' <br><br />
'''Slides: [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HzKfmb4ARChrviMavlGkWqxNCD0P8Q_E62f9xktOHjY/edit?usp=sharing]''' <br><br />
'''Source Code: [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo]''' <br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
*Christine<br />
*Glenn<br />
*Chris<br />
*Song Binyang<br />
*Jakub<br />
*Alejandro<br />
*Haitao Shang<br />
*Jarrod Scott<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Python: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 17 @ 7pm'''<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This tutorial assumes some familiarity with programming and covers basic interaction with Python, pros and cons of using it as a language, and a summary of some of its useful packages. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu). A few people have expressed interest on following up on this tutorial by teaching workshops on specific packages for networking, machine learning, and scientific computation.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Have [https://www.python.org/downloads/ Python] installed on your computer ([http://continuum.io/downloads Anaconda] is an easy way to get this set up). Please have a code editor installed, [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText] is an excellent choice.<br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background, only R, Stata)<br />
<li> María Pereda (no background in Python, but I like programming)<br />
<li> Laurence (no Python, only R, C++, ..)<br />
<li> Valery (no background in Pyton, only R and Netlogo)<br />
<li> Song Binyang (know a little about Python)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (some Python, mostly R)<br />
<li> Jakub (No python, so far Java, Matlab)<br />
<li> Anna(no background in Python, but would love to learn)<br />
<li> Sola...(no background in Python. Proficient in STATA)<br />
<Ii> Jeroen de Wilde (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro(no background in Python. C and Matlab)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background in Python, only know MatLab)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott(a little background in Python, a little better with R)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no background in Python, only R and other stat packages)<br />
<li> Urs (very little background in Python, only Matlab)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (R, Stata, some Python)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime later on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki (no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background)<br />
<li> Valery (no background)<br />
<li> Jakub (Used it once)<br />
<li> Will (used a little)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (used it once)<br />
<li> Anna (no background in this)<br />
<li> Jim Caton (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro (no background)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott (some background)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no backgroung)<br />
<li> Urs (no background)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (no background)<br />
<li> Laurence (some background)<br />
<br />
=='''Cloud Computing Introduction''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This will cover an introduction to cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. This will review setting up an AWS account, launching an instance, logging on to the remote computing resource, and we can try to do a little something else as well. Open to suggestions!<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Amazon account and a credit card (compute time should cost < $1) <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Chris<br />
* Valery<br />
* Jakub<br />
* Anna<br />
* Alejandro<br />
* Haitao Shang<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Jae<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Reproducible Research with iPython Notebooks''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' iPython notebooks are a great way to keep track of your analysis and track data manipulations. Ideal for anyone working with data sets and creating visualizations along the way. More details to follow! Example: http://ipython.org/_static/sloangrant/9_home_fperez_prof_grants_1207-sloan-ipython_proposal_fig_ipython-notebook-specgram.png<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Python Install with iPython Notebooks (other packages to be listed). Easiest install is the Anaconda Install (http://continuum.io/downloads)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Valery<br />
* Song Binyang<br />
* Tolga Oztan<br />
* Anna<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Topological Data Analysis - Persistent homology''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Alice Patania <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' June 16th, time TBD <br><br />
'''Content:'''The tutorial will be a short introduction to topological data analysis and its applications to complex systems. I will try to illustrate the utility of these class of methods in several real world examples, and give some computational tools to apply them.<br><br />
'''Motivation:''' Topological Data Analysis is sensitive to both large and small scale patterns that often fail to be detected by other analysis methods, such as principal component analysis, (PCA), multidimensional scaling, (MDS), and cluster analysis. PCA and MDS produce unstructured scatterplots and clustering methods produce distinct, unrelated groups. These methodologies sometimes obscure geometric features that topological methods can capture.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' <br><br />
'''References:''' <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
2. Jean-Gab <br><br />
3. Jakub <br><br />
4. Richard <br><br />
<br />
=='''Basic examples of dummy variable use in econometrics applied to some Prof. Wooldridge datasets''' ==<br />
''' Speaker:''' Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
''' Date & Time:''' 3rd or 4th week time, TBD <br><br />
''' Contents:''' Let´s go over some basic examples using Wooldridge´s datasets to illustrate the use of dummy varibales in econometrics. <br><br />
''' Motivation:''' Dummy variables in econometric models can capture group/ categories effects and are very useful in estimating different patterns within the sample. <br><br />
''' Prerequisite:''' Install R Studio (http://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/); selected csv data from Wooldridge data sets (http://www.cengage.com/aise/economics/wooldridge_3e_datasets/)<br><br />
''' References:''' http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-M.-Wooldridge/e/B001IGLWNY <br><br />
''' Interested people: '''<br />
1.</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Tutorials&diff=57888Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Tutorials2015-06-11T06:00:42Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Python: A Crash Course */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
<br />
CSSS participants come from a wide range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge by organizing their own tutorials. <br />
<br />
You can schedule your own tutorial here, they will be held in the ESL study hall. Please do not schedule during other CSSS Lectures. <br />
<br />
try to use this template:<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: Skilled action, complex systems science and the Free Energy Principle''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Jelle Bruineberg''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 11th, 20:00''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: Quite some people seemed to be interested in the "Variational Approaches to Mind and Life" project that we are trying to get of the ground. Apart from this, some people were curious how philosophy relates to complex systems science. I would like to present my own work on skilled action and relate it to complex systems science. After this, I will sketch how the Free Energy Principle (the principle to be studied in the Variational Approaches to Mind and Life group) relates to this work. This is the point, where, I hope, the presentation part will stop and the brainstorm/discussion session will take over.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: Being open to a bit of philosophy :)''' <br><br />
'''Slides: will follow''' <br><br />
'''Paper: [http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00599/abstract]''' <br><br />
<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: R, EDA, a bit of geo-mapping''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Brent Schneeman''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: TBD''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: The "Great Circles" t-shirt design generated some interest in how it was done. I'll walk through the code showing how R can access the Google Maps API and generate great circle arcs. Along the way, we'll look at generating simple descriptive plots of a dataset that will likely resonate with you. If we're lucky, we'll be able to translate the arcs and the world map longitudinally. A teensy bit of github will also be shown.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: breathing''' <br><br />
'''Slides: [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HzKfmb4ARChrviMavlGkWqxNCD0P8Q_E62f9xktOHjY/edit?usp=sharing]''' <br><br />
'''Source Code: [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo]''' <br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
*Christine<br />
*Glenn<br />
*Chris<br />
<br />
=='''Python: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime early on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This tutorial assumes some familiarity with programming and covers basic interaction with Python, pros and cons of using it as a language, and a summary of some of its useful packages. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu). A few people have expressed interest on following up on this tutorial by teaching workshops on specific packages for networking, machine learning, and scientific computation.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Have [https://www.python.org/downloads/ Python] installed on your computer.<br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background, only R, Stata)<br />
<li> María Pereda (no background in Python, but I like programming)<br />
<li> Laurence (no Python, only R, C++, ..)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime later on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki (no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting sometime later on the week of the 15th. <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' Your Name Could Be Here! Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<br />
=='''Cloud Computing Introduction''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This will cover an introduction to cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. This will review setting up an AWS account, launching an instance, logging on to the remote computing resource, and we can try to do a little something else as well. Open to suggestions!<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Amazon account and a credit card (compute time should cost < $1) <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Chris<br />
*<br />
<br />
=='''Reproducible Research with iPython Notebooks''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' iPython notebooks are a great way to keep track of your analysis and track data manipulations. Ideal for anyone working with data sets and creating visualizations along the way. More details to follow! Example: http://ipython.org/_static/sloangrant/9_home_fperez_prof_grants_1207-sloan-ipython_proposal_fig_ipython-notebook-specgram.png<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Python Install with iPython Notebooks (other packages to be listed). Easiest install is the Anaconda Install (http://continuum.io/downloads)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
*<br />
*</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57833Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-11T02:34:17Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
8. Matt O <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
Matt O <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grande Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
Sara <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. Matt O <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. Chris <br><br />
5. Brent <br><br />
6. Alejandro <br><br />
7. <br><br />
8. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. <driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
13. Alejandro <br><br />
14. Matt H <br><br />
15. Melissa <br><br />
16. Matt O <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57810Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:48:10Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. Chris <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
13. Alejandro <br><br />
14. Matt H <br><br />
15. Melissa <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57809Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:47:59Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. Chris <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
13. Alejandro <br><br />
14. Matt H <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57806Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:47:02Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
Chris <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
13. Alejandro <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57803Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:46:47Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
13. Alejandroa <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57802Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:46:17Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt Histen <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57801Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:46:05Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br><br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57800Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:45:56Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
Matthew <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.Richard <br><br />
<br />
Needs a ride: <br />
Melissa <br><br />
Alejandro <br><br />
Matt <br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Richard <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. Richard <br><br />
3. Matthew <br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57794Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:42:06Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 12 Currents New Media Festival */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
Laurence <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57793Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:41:27Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.Laurence<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57792Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:41:09Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 14: Jurassic World Cinema excursion */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==June 14 (Sunday evening): Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57791Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:39:54Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe */</p>
<hr />
<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
<br />
When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
<br />
-Juniper <br><br />
<br />
Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
<br />
<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
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==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
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Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
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<br />
==June 14: Jurassic World Cinema excursion==<br />
<br />
7:00 pm - Regal Cinemas Santa Fe 14<br />
it's in RealD 3D, tickets are 16$<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br><br />
11. Haitao Shang <br><br />
12. Jae B. Cho <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-After_Hours&diff=57784Complex Systems Summer School 2015-After Hours2015-06-10T23:36:05Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe */</p>
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==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here]<br />
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Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Thursday, 7 p.m, at the soccer field<br />
<br />
1. Sola<br><br />
2. Federico <br><br />
3. Urs <br><br />
4. Sharon<br><br />
5. Matt Ingram <br><br />
6. Christine Harvey <br><br />
7. Yared Abebe <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
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==June 12 Currents New Media Festival==<br />
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When: Friday June 12 8pm <br><br />
Where: Meet at 2nd Street Railyard 1607 Paseo De Peralta #10, Santa Fe, NM 87501<br><br />
<br />
Super cool interactive new media festival on the Santa Fe Railyard. Let's meet at 2nd Street Brewery around 8pm for drinks and then walk through the festival. Here's the info http://currentsnewmedia.org/ <br><br />
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-Juniper <br><br />
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Whoo! Let's Go! -JP<br />
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<b>JP's VW</B><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2.<Br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
Interested Folks:<br><br />
Connor<br><br />
Glenn Magerman <br><br />
<br />
==June 13, 8:am - Rio Grand Gorge Bridge==<br />
Who wants to see the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Gorge_Bridge Rio Grande Gorge Bridge] and nearby attractions? About a 90 minute drive out of Santa Fe; we can jet over to Taos before or after and perhaps checkout the Pueblo. Or we could do a big loop and check out [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Ranch Ghost Ranch]<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Brent's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Brent <br><br />
2.Stefano <br><br />
3.Keith <br><br />
4.Haitao<br><br />
5.Jae B. Cho <br><br />
<br />
Christine's Car (5 seats total)<br><br />
1.Christine<br><br />
2.Vanessa<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2.María Pereda<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.<driver needed><br><br />
2.<br><br />
3.<br><br />
4.<br><br />
5.<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
<br />
1. Sahil Garg <br><br />
2. Federico Battiston<br><br />
3. Junming Huang <br><br />
4. Danqing Liu <br><br />
5. Martina Steffen <br><br />
6. Song Binyang <br><br />
7. Chao Fan <br><br />
8. Kleber Neves <br><br />
9. Richard Barnes <br><br />
10. Laurence Brandenberger <br></div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Projects_%26_Working_Groups&diff=57686Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Projects & Working Groups2015-06-10T16:42:49Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* App design for interaction registration */</p>
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==Ebola==<br />
The 2014-15 Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa presented both unique opportunities and unique challenges to the epidemiological modeling community. For the first time during an emerging infectious disease outbreak, high resolution data--from a variety of sources--were made available to the academic community and many public health decision makers genuinely engaged with mathematical and computational modelers. However, the popular and scientific press were highly critical of most models ability to project the outbreak's course. The following key and open questions seem ripe for investigation using a complex adaptive systems lens:<br />
<br><br />
1) What features of EVD transmission are most problematic for reliable, robust forecasting: changing behavior, intervention, viral evolution, complex social networks, etc?<br />
<br><br />
2) How/can we use digital data to either improve forecasts or inform model selection? <br />
<br><br />
3) Can one quantify the value of additional information in real-time?<br />
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'''Contact:''' Samuel Scarpino, SFI Omidyar Fellow, Santa Fe Institute - scarpino@santafe.edu <br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
Marie-Pierre Hasne <br><br />
Chris Verzijl <br><br />
Junming Huang <br><br />
'Sola Omoju <br><br />
Christine Harvey <br><br />
<br />
== Homeostatic Dynamics and the Optimality of Behavior ==<br />
The survival of all organisms is predicated on occupying a small subspace of internal states, the long-run regulation of which is contingent on behaviour. Currently most models of reinforcement learning and decision-making make the assumption that behaviour is optimal insofar as it maximises reward acquisition by maximising the expectation value of reward. An often unchallenged assumption of this approach is that the target variable to be maximized is an ergodic observable. An ergodic observable is characterised by the time-average converging to the expectation value. Recent work by Peters and co-workers on dynamics in decision making [1] [2] show that the underlying dynamics of a process should govern the objective function that is optimised; the expectation operator for purely additive dynamics and the time average for purely multiplicative dynamics. <br />
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In this project I will ask two questions: First, what are the characteristic dynamics of homeostatic variables? Second, how do these dynamics constrain the objective function that biological agents must maximise? I will investigate the degree to which such dynamics are ergodic, or not. Non-ergodic processes are likely common in homeostatic systems. For instance, reaction rates of biochemical networks typically grow by a constant multiplicative factor for every stepwise change in core temperature. Any biological agent engaging in behavioural thermoregulation of such products thus faces multiplicative dynamics, and as such according to the framework should maximise time average growth, not the expectation value. I will survey extant literatures on homeostatic systems, looking for cases in which the underlying dynamics are clearly characterised, and for which there is a plausible and unambiguous path to how such a system can be behaviourally regulated. <br />
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<br><br />
As a trained economist and neuroscientist working with computational models of decision making under evolutionary constraints, I am especially interested in the dynamics that govern homeostatic processes that are optimised via overt regulatory behaviour - such as temperature, hydration, and energy regulation, such that experimentally testable predictions can be specified. <br />
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<br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
<br<br />
<br><br />
Contact: tobiasm@drcmr.dk <br />
<br><br />
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[1] O. Peters and M. Gell-Mann, “Evaluating gambles using dynamics,” arXiv.org. 2014.<br />
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[2] O. Peters, “The time resolution of the St Petersburg paradox,” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol. 369, no. 1956, pp. 4913–4931, Oct. 2011.<br />
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==Decision support/network analysis of a complex socio-ecosystem in rural Zimbabwe==<br />
''Context''<br />
<br><br />
Many communities in Africa have been surprisingly resilient in the face of a host of devastating challenges. The people of Mazvihwa Communal Area in Zimbabwe have lived through more than a century of rapid change through the colonial, liberation war, and post-colonial periods. There have been dramatic changes in public health (ranging from better control of communicable diseases after World War II, to child vaccination programs after independence, to the AIDS pandemic especially from the mid-1990s to the end of the 2000s) and in land access and use (with repeated removals, resistance, and returns of communities to land designated for white settlement). These shifts in population distribution have interacted with rapid natural increase in population (especially in the period 1950-1990) driven by high fertility and declining mortality; followed by recent decades of declining fertility and high AIDS-related mortality. Differences in religious beliefs mean that these changes are uneven across households and areas. The country's economy has meanwhile gone through a series of long cycles of boom and busts, and during the 2000s experienced inflation reaching a billion billion billion per cent.<br />
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<br><br />
The Muonde Trust is a Zimbabwean non-governmental organization established to help support the community in Mazvihwa to continue developing and deploying bottom-up solutions in response to these challenges. Mazvihwa has a semi-arid subtropical climate with remnant woodlands and a combination of largely subsistence agriculture and livestock production. From the point of view of most of the people in Mazvihwa, and as taken up by the community network of the Muonde Trust, the “sustainability” of their area now requires a series of linked changes in land use and investments in natural capital.<br />
<br><br />
<br><br />
''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The data we have on this community and ecosystem originates from an ongoing community-based participatory research project originally begun in the 1980s and since continued by the Muonde Trust. It includes robust quantitative data on human demography, health, nutrition, agricultural practices, rainfall, land use choices, woodland dynamics, household assets, and land tenure. Our goal at SFI is to develop theoretical or simulation studies which would help us to better understand the resilience and sustainability of this system, which would eventually be informed by the data. Questions we might address using complex systems methods include:<br />
<br><br />
<br><br />
1) How do individuals and resources flow through households and communities? (Empirical data shows that the composition of households changes rapidly, even though most analyses of these societies tends to assume they are static and natural units of analysis). It is clear that individuals are variously strategizing through households as well as within other kin, religious and clan groups. At the same time households also have emergent properties. In contexts of rapidly shifting demography and changing resource access, are there ways that we can use network analysis to illuminate these complexities? <br />
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<br><br />
2) How best can community as a whole allocate their land to agriculture, pasture, and woodland when these components interact and feedback to each other? One of the main land-use decisions facing the community is the trade-off between agricultural cultivation (which requires fencing to keep out livestock as well as water harvesting techniques) and retaining woodland areas that have cultural value as well as providing grazing space and forage for livestock (and many other economic benefits). This relationship is complex, with livestock providing benefits to agriculture (manure for fertilizer and draft power for cultivation), and vice versa (well-tended fields provide considerable feed for livestock). The community derives benefits from all these land uses, including food for subsistence from agriculture, meat and milk from livestock, and cultural values and a wide variety of benefits from woodland (including fuelwood, construction materials, a variety of foods and medicines, and improved soil characteristics). In addition, community members may sell livestock, as well as using them for bridewealth and compensation in the case of some deaths. How can this system be represented and manipulated in a model to create optimal strategies for the well-being of the system?<br />
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''Possible methods''<br />
<br><br />
Our methodology is open to what we learn during the summer school, but some ideas include: network analysis to study the way people and resources connect and flow through the households and other components of the system; an analytical mathematical model of the interacting components of the system, e.g. coupled differential equations; cellular automata which can represent the land use category of each part of a farmer's land and underlie a decision support tool.<br />
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<br><br />
Contact: mveitzel@ucsc.edu<br />
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<br><br />
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<br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
'Sola Omoju<br />
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==Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System==<br />
''Context''<br />
<br><br />
Ants leave pheromone trail patterns which they are aware of only in a local sense. They do not have the cognitive faculties to step back and look at the trails and grasp the ant-trail network as a totality. Also, the artifacts they leave behind are physical entities which then provides the aggregate feedback to the aggregate ant body to then feed the evolution of the ant body as a CAS system. In contrast, humans do have the requisite cognitive abilities. The "pheromone trails" we leave behind are the knowledge trails coded in symbolic knowledge artifacts. In contrast to the physical artifacts that ants leave behind, the knowledge artifacts that we leave behind are far more flexible and potent, both at the aggregate as well as at the individual levels. But like the ants, until recently, we did not have the means to step back and map the knowledge "pheromone trails" to obtain the big picture and its global/local dynamics. The burgeoning field of scientometrics is making available visualization tools to help us map and study the evolutionary dynamics of the knowledge network structures. <br />
<br><br />
''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The goals of this project include <br />
<ol><br />
<li>Extract the terms from approximately 1600 working papers published by SFI</li><br />
<li>Map the intra/inter conceptual network structures</li><br />
<li>Study the evolution of these structures across time</li><br />
<li>High-light the gap-closure of knowledge reverse-salients (if any)</li><br />
<li>Capture any of the network patterns that repeat</li><br />
<li>Study the diffusion of concepts across the network</li><br />
<li>Provide visualization tools for navigating the complexity corpus, etc</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
''Possible methods''<br />
<br><br />
Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) and Latent Document Analysis (LDA) <br />
<br><br />
References:<br />
<ol><br />
<li> SFI Working Papers: http://www.santafe.edu/research/working-papers/</li><br />
<li> Atlas-Science-Visualizing: http://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Science-Visualizing-What-Know/dp/0262014459</li><br />
<li> Atlas-Science-Visualizing WebSite: http://scimaps.org/atlas</li><br />
<li> Mapping-Scientific-Frontiers-Knowledge-Visualization: http://www.amazon.com/Mapping-Scientific-Frontiers-Knowledge-Visualization/dp/1447151275</li><br />
<li> Katy Börner presents at Science of Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzCqGBNzomE</li><br />
<li> Scholarly Data, Network Science, and (Google) Maps:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vos5QBDywMM</li><br />
<li> LSA Video Lect: http://videolectures.net/slsfs05_hofmann_lsvm/</li><br />
<li> What is LSA: http://lsa.colorado.edu/papers/dp1.LSAintro.pdf</li><br />
<li> LSA Wiki:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latent_semantic_analysis</li><br />
<li> LDA: http://psiexp.ss.uci.edu/research/programs_data/toolbox.htm</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
<ul><br />
<li> John Thomas (radjohn@live.com) </li><br />
<li> Laura Condon (lcondon@mymail.mines.edu) </li><br />
<li> Haitao Shang (hts@mit.edu) </li><br />
<li> Sharon Greenblum (sharongreenblum@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Christopher Verzijl (cjo.verzijl@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (nilton_cardoso@hotmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be) </li><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Laurence Brandenberger (laurence.brandenberger@eawag.ch) </li><br />
<li> Matthew Histen (matthew.histen@uconn.edu) </li><br />
</ul><br />
<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
==Navigating Music, Brain and The Edge of Chaos ==<br />
''Context''<br />
<br><br />
Brain Sciences have revealed that we/it lives "on the edge of chaos" exhibiting "self-organized criticality" that is tentatively balanced between normalcy and madness. Over the course of history, humans have used various agents and activities to shape, influence and control this living-chaos ranging from substances such as caffeine, sugar, drugs etc., to activities such as the arts (including music), social-discourse/therapy, meditation etc. Of these, music has a distinct role in shaping our moods and helping us transition between different mental states, as well as maintain it for extended periods of time. Clearly we have been using music to help us control and shape the internal chaos. But until recently, the quantitative instrumentation of this massively complex system that comprises of close to a 100-billion neurons networked into a 1000-trillion synaptic edifice has not been available to the common man. But of late, affordable, wearable EEG's are available on the market, thus making the quantitative study of the influence of music in brain dynamics feasible on a large-scale/crowd-sourcing sense. To help come to terms with the complexity of our 1000-trillion synaptic edifice, we need to gather data on a vast scale. The proposed research is a proof-of-concept, exploratory foray into making this happen. <br />
<br />
<br><br />
''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The goals of this project include <br />
<ol><br />
<li>Evaluate and purchase a wearable EEG</li><br />
<li>Set up the instrumentation for data capture</li><br />
<li>Set up the experimentation/data-capture plan </li><br />
<li>Recruit Subjects</li><br />
<li>Perform Data Capture</li><br />
<li>Analyze Results</li><br />
<li>Propose pathways to take this to the market by embedding it as an app</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
''Possible methods''<br />
References:<br />
<ol><br />
<li> Hacking Your Brain Waves: Wearable Meditation Headsets: http://www.diygenius.com/hacking-your-brain-waves/</li><br />
<li> Measure your brainwaves and modify your mind: http://venturebeat.com/2012/12/06/muse-eeg-mood/</li><br />
<li> This wearable device reads your brain waves. Is there a market for it?: http://fortune.com/2014/02/10/this-wearable-device-reads-your-brain-waves-is-there-a-market-for-it/</li><br />
<li> Your-brain-is-on-the-brink-of-chaos: http://nautil.us/issue/15/turbulence/your-brain-is-on-the-brink-of-chaos</li><br />
<li> Two Decades of Search for Chaos in Brain: http://www.um.sav.sk/en/images/stories/dep03/doc/krakmeas09.pdf</li><br />
<li> How You Are Who You Are--in Chaos Theory:https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/is-your-brain-culture/201008/how-you-are-who-you-are-in-chaos-theory</li><br />
<li> Diana Dabby Links: https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2013/06/15/what-little-chaos-does-for-music/QLkNTkPIgmec20Db39oHbN/story.html</li><br />
<li> Diana Dabby Links: http://newsoffice.mit.edu/1998/dabby-0318</li><br />
<li> Liz Bradley/Diana Dabby Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v4vK1iGOCg&feature=youtu.be</li><br />
<li> Music and the Brain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsJl6Pys880</li><br />
<li> Why Music Moves Us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6Pn9KRVCi4</li><br />
<li> Measuring musical expressivity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtSCVqIDl-k</li><br />
<li> The World In Six Songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAl2I30SoTA</li><br />
<li> This-Your-Brain-Music-Obsession: http://www.amazon.com/This-Your-Brain-Music-Obsession/dp/0452288525 </li><br />
<li> World-Six-Songs: http://www.amazon.com/World-Six-Songs-Musical-Created/dp/0452295483 </li><br />
<li> Computer Music and the Importance of Fractals, Chaos, and Complexity Theory: http://recherche.ircam.fr/equipes/repmus/jim96/actes/milicevic.html</li><br />
<li> The_Complexity_of_Songs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Complexity_of_Songs</li><br />
<li> Stefan-Koelsch Papers: http://www.stefan-koelsch.de/papers.html</li><br />
<li> Grammar Based Music Composition: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jonmc/research/Papers/L-systemsMusic.pdf</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
<ul><br />
<li> Sara Lumbrera (sara.lumbreras@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Ilaria b (bertazzi.ilaria@alice.it) </li><br />
<li> Braun, Urs (urs.braun@zi-mannheim.de) </li><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> J Bruineberg (j.bruineberg@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> William Kurtis Chang (williamkurtischang@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> John Thomas (radjohn@live.com) </li><br />
<li> Christopher Verzijl (cjo.verzijl@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be) </li><br />
<li> Sahil Garg (sahilgar@usc.edu)</li> <br />
<li> Daniel Hedblom (hedblom@uchicago.edu)</li><br />
<li> Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)</li><br />
</ul><br />
<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
==Powerlaw fitting and alternative distributions - Theory/statistics ==<br />
Clauset, Shalizi and Newman (2009) propose a maximum likelihood method to estimate the powerlaw exponent of a variable of interest. This is a great improvement on earlier methods such as OLS that dominated the literature up to then. However, one can fit a powerlaw to any dataset and the most we can say is that our observations are consistent with the hypothesis that x is drawn from a powerlaw distribution. One easily implementable method to compare the powerlaw fit to other fits is then a likelihood ratio test for both models. <br />
<br />
One particular discussion is the distinction between a powerlaw (PL) and a log-normal (LN) fit. For an avid discussion between both fits on city size and Zipf's law, see Eeckhout (2004, 2009) and Levy (2009), where the discussion now settled on city sizes following a log-normal distribution instead of a powerlaw. Similarly for the discussion on firm size distribution: Simon and Bonini, 1958; Ijri and Simon, 1977; Stanley et al., 1995; Sutton, 1997; Axtell, 2001; Okuyama et al., 1999; Cabral and Mata, 2003; Gaffeo et al., 2003; Aoyama et al., 2004; Fujiwara et al., 2004a,b; Kaizoji et al., 2006; Takayasu et al., 2008; Duchin and Levy, 2008; Schwarzkopf and Farmer, 2008, ...<br />
<br />
This distinction matters for several reasons:<br />
- PL and LN come from very similar model and differences in initial conditions can lead to very different outcomes. PL exhibits a choice for x_min, below which the unit of observation is not feasible to exist (eg minimum city size, firm size, word length, ...). LN has no minimum size.<br />
- PL and LN that look similar are the difference between infinite (PL) and large but finite variance (LN)<br />
- shock propagation: when unit-level shocks are large enough to show aggregate perturbances if the distribution is powerlaw with infinite variance, while these shocks wash out fast when the distribution is log-normal. (Gabaix, 1999; Gabaix 2009; Acemoglu et al. 2012, ...).<br />
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I have encountered some issues which I would like to explore further:<br />
1. The distinction between lognormal and powerlaw in the data is very sensitive to data truncation: in the above discussions, researchers have slightly different datasets, covering more or less of the population at hand. Left-truncation (i.e. observations not in the dataset because they are too small to be reported) can strongly drive the outcome of the fit, even when endogenizing the x_min cutoff. I have data on the universe of Belgian firms, much more complete than e.g. US Census data, where I have done some preliminary tests on this. The question is then: how to formalise this distinction and what are the theoretical and practical caveats to look out for when applying this method.<br />
2. MLE fitting seems to be sensitive to the choice of units as well: rescaling a variable by a factor 1000, 1000000 etc seems to influence the endogenous x_min choice and hence the estimated parameter. This reminds me of some work on scaling invariance in negative binomial estimators. What is going on here?<br />
3. Can we set up a model that generalises both? I've been looking at Levy stable distributions, but did not do anything with it yet.<br />
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contact: glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be<br />
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==App design for interaction registration==<br />
I would like to see a simple smartphone app that can track connections being made between people at events. This would allow to map the evolution of a network at eg a network meeting, SFI 2015, social events etc. I know some people at MIT have been working on ID badges for nurses and doctors to track interaction in a hospital, and there are some business apps that show a plethora of features to enjoy a network event (eg like the Yapp app). However, it would be nice to have a simple app that just registers a link between people when their phones are close enough for a certain interval of time. Additionally, it might record some conversation as to create edge information as well.<br />
Unfortunately, I'm not a wizzkid and would need help from an apps programmer to work this out. If it is feasible, I think SFI CSSS 2015 would be a great test case!<br />
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contact: glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be<br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
<li> Laurence Brandenberger (laurence.brandenberger@eawag.ch) </li><br />
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*<br />
*<br />
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==Organ Transplant Analysis==<br />
Over 120,000 people in the United States are currently on the waiting list for an organ transplant. The size of this waiting list relates to over 6,000 deaths a year while waiting for a transplant and tens of billions of dollars in government spending. I have access to the following data sets:<br />
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* All transplants performed in the US from October 1987 to June 2014 (including follow-up data)<br />
* All living and deceased organ donors in the same time period (with follow-up data on living donors)<br />
* Waiting list data for everyone who signed up for the list<br />
* 2012 National Survey on Attitudes and Behaviors on Organ Donation<br />
* Social media data relating to organ donation since 2008 <br />
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Open to ideas and suggestions for the topic, there are a lot of interesting questions to investigate including cultural/racial/gender differences in organ donation. I have several preliminary reports and exploratory analysis done on differences in donors.<br />
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If interested, please list your name below.<br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
<li> Matthew Histen (matthew.histen@uconn.edu) </li><br />
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=Preliminary Discussion Meetings=<br />
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==Exchange-Company Networks (jakub.rojcek@gmail.com)==<br />
11:30am in the coffee shop<br />
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==Decision support/network analysis of a complex socio-ecosystem in rural Zimbabwe (Melissa - mveitzel@gmail.com)==<br />
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10:45am in the senior common room (the room behind our lecture hall)<br />
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==Network Analysis of Arxiv (Daniel - dtc65@cornell.edu)==<br />
<br />
10:45am in the lecture hall<br />
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Also interested in combining multiplex/multilayer networks<br />
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==Ebola virus disease spread (Junming - mail@junminghuang.com)==<br />
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11:00am in the coffee shop<br />
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==Scaling effects in bodies, communities, ecosystems (Cobain - mrdc1g10@soton.ac.uk)==<br />
<br />
11:30am in the coffee shop<br />
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Also tying in prehistoric hunting populations<br />
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==Dynamics of homicide (Matthew Ingram - mingram@albany.edu)==<br />
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Integrating temporal, spatial, and multi-level concepts <br />
<br />
1:30pm in the coffee shop<br />
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Am interested in the discussion on this project...Sola Omoju<br />
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==Organ Transplant (Christine - ceharvey@mitre.org)==<br />
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2pm in the coffee shop<br />
Interested:<br />
Sahil Garg<br />
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==Multi-dimensional social networks in the evolution, development and resilience of informal economies ==<br />
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2:00pm in the lecture hall<br />
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Eloy & Carolina - eloy.fisher@fulbrightmail.org, carromattsson@gmail.com<br />
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==City resilience // Evolutionary stable states in trees (Richard - rbarnes@umn.edu)==<br />
<br />
3pm in the coffee shop<br />
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==Modeling brain diseases (or cancerous bio pathways) (Sahil - sahilgar@usc.edu)==<br />
Interested people can put a meeting time as per their convenience here.<br />
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No meeting time indicated<br />
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One potential meeting time can be 3pm in coffee shop ?<br />
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Information theoretic algorithms can also be explored for the problem. <br />
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Discovering Structure in High-Dimensional Data Through Correlation Explanation. http://papers.nips.cc/paper/5580-positive-curvature-and-hamiltonian-monte-carlo<br />
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Maximally Informative Hierarchical Representations<br />
of High-Dimensional Data. http://jmlr.org/proceedings/papers/v38/versteeg15.pdf<br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
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<ul><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Maggie Simon (margaret.w.simon@gmail.com) </li><br />
</ul><br />
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==Analysis of UK parliament speeches 1935-2014 (Stefano - etstefano@gmail.com)==<br />
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No meeting time indicated<br />
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==Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System (radjohn@live.com)==<br />
1:30pm/Wed 6/10 in Conference Room (Tentative)<br />
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== Resource allocation trade-offs (Andre - andre.veski@gmail.com) ==<br />
Using evolutionary algorithms to investigate trade-offs in allocating goods among agents. This could be potentially done on some real dataset (if you have any) or somehow parametrized synthetic data. Also this could be envisioned as a strategic bargaining between agents, which would introduce some dynamics into the process.<br />
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Email me or sign-up if interested and we'll setup a meeting time.<br />
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Interested: Sola Omoju, Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br />
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==Navigating Music, Brain and The Edge of Chaos (radjohn@live.com)==<br />
10:45am/Wed 6/10 in Conference Room <br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
Sahil Garg<br />
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==Rule-based modeling for brain diseases (molecular level) (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com)==<br />
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Rule-based modeling features:<br />
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*biological systems as concurrent processes<br />
*dynamics of post-translational modifications<br />
*domain availability<br />
*competitive binding<br />
*causality and intrinsic structure<br />
*binding sites<br />
*interaction rules replace reaction equations<br />
*infinite number of reactions with a small and finite number of rules<br />
*reduction of parameter space<br />
*“don't care don't write” - adjustable rule contextualization <br />
*single reaction rule and parameters generalize classes of multiple rules<br />
*modular and extensible language<br />
*specification language & simulation/integration environment<br />
*static and causal analysis<br />
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Kappa/KaSim & BioNetGen/NFsim -- specification language/network-free simulator<br />
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Meeting -> if anybody is interested - contact me.<br />
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Some refs:<br />
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*Danos, V., & Laneve, C. (2004). Formal Molecular Biology. Theoretical Computer Science, 325.<br />
*Sorokina, O., Sorokin, A., & Armstrong, J. D. (2011). Towards a quantitative model of the post-synaptic proteome. Molecular bioSystems, 7(10), 2813–2823. doi:10.1039/c1mb05152k<br />
*Suderman, R., & Deeds, E. J. (2013). Machines vs. Ensembles: Effective MAPK Signaling through Heterogeneous Sets of Protein Complexes. PLoS Computational Biology, 9(10), e1003278. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003278<br />
*Chylek, Lily A. and Harris, Leonard A. and Tung, Chang-Shung and Faeder, James R. and Lopez, Carlos F. and Hlavacek, W. S. (2014). Rule-based modeling: a computational approach for studying biomolecular site dynamics in cell signaling systems. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Systems Biology and Medicine, 6(1), 13–36. doi:10.1002/wsbm.1245<br />
*Chylek, Lily A. and Stites, Edward C. and Posner, Richard G. and Hlavacek, W. S. (2013). Innovations of the rule-based modeling approach. Systems Biology: Integrative Biology and Simulation Tools. Retrieved March 11, 2014, from http://openwetware.org/images/7/74/LosAlamosTechnicalReportLAUR1210375.pdf<br />
*Danos, V. (2007). Rule-Based Modelling of Cellular Signalling. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 4703). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/978-3-540-74407-8<br />
*http://www.pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr/~jkrivine/homepage/Teaching.html</div>Lenzi.m.bhttps://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php?title=Complex_Systems_Summer_School_2015-Projects_%26_Working_Groups&diff=57665Complex Systems Summer School 2015-Projects & Working Groups2015-06-10T14:13:06Z<p>Lenzi.m.b: /* Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System */</p>
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
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==Ebola==<br />
The 2014-15 Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa presented both unique opportunities and unique challenges to the epidemiological modeling community. For the first time during an emerging infectious disease outbreak, high resolution data--from a variety of sources--were made available to the academic community and many public health decision makers genuinely engaged with mathematical and computational modelers. However, the popular and scientific press were highly critical of most models ability to project the outbreak's course. The following key and open questions seem ripe for investigation using a complex adaptive systems lens:<br />
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1) What features of EVD transmission are most problematic for reliable, robust forecasting: changing behavior, intervention, viral evolution, complex social networks, etc?<br />
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2) How/can we use digital data to either improve forecasts or inform model selection? <br />
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3) Can one quantify the value of additional information in real-time?<br />
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'''Contact:''' Samuel Scarpino, SFI Omidyar Fellow, Santa Fe Institute - scarpino@santafe.edu <br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
Marie-Pierre Hasne <br><br />
Chris Verzijl <br><br />
Junming Huang <br><br />
'Sola Omoju <br><br />
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== Homeostatic Dynamics and the Optimality of Behavior ==<br />
The survival of all organisms is predicated on occupying a small subspace of internal states, the long-run regulation of which is contingent on behaviour. Currently most models of reinforcement learning and decision-making make the assumption that behaviour is optimal insofar as it maximises reward acquisition by maximising the expectation value of reward. An often unchallenged assumption of this approach is that the target variable to be maximized is an ergodic observable. An ergodic observable is characterised by the time-average converging to the expectation value. Recent work by Peters and co-workers on dynamics in decision making [1] [2] show that the underlying dynamics of a process should govern the objective function that is optimised; the expectation operator for purely additive dynamics and the time average for purely multiplicative dynamics. <br />
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In this project I will ask two questions: First, what are the characteristic dynamics of homeostatic variables? Second, how do these dynamics constrain the objective function that biological agents must maximise? I will investigate the degree to which such dynamics are ergodic, or not. Non-ergodic processes are likely common in homeostatic systems. For instance, reaction rates of biochemical networks typically grow by a constant multiplicative factor for every stepwise change in core temperature. Any biological agent engaging in behavioural thermoregulation of such products thus faces multiplicative dynamics, and as such according to the framework should maximise time average growth, not the expectation value. I will survey extant literatures on homeostatic systems, looking for cases in which the underlying dynamics are clearly characterised, and for which there is a plausible and unambiguous path to how such a system can be behaviourally regulated. <br />
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As a trained economist and neuroscientist working with computational models of decision making under evolutionary constraints, I am especially interested in the dynamics that govern homeostatic processes that are optimised via overt regulatory behaviour - such as temperature, hydration, and energy regulation, such that experimentally testable predictions can be specified. <br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
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Contact: tobiasm@drcmr.dk <br />
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[1] O. Peters and M. Gell-Mann, “Evaluating gambles using dynamics,” arXiv.org. 2014.<br />
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[2] O. Peters, “The time resolution of the St Petersburg paradox,” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol. 369, no. 1956, pp. 4913–4931, Oct. 2011.<br />
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==Decision support/network analysis of a complex socio-ecosystem in rural Zimbabwe==<br />
''Context''<br />
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Many communities in Africa have been surprisingly resilient in the face of a host of devastating challenges. The people of Mazvihwa Communal Area in Zimbabwe have lived through more than a century of rapid change through the colonial, liberation war, and post-colonial periods. There have been dramatic changes in public health (ranging from better control of communicable diseases after World War II, to child vaccination programs after independence, to the AIDS pandemic especially from the mid-1990s to the end of the 2000s) and in land access and use (with repeated removals, resistance, and returns of communities to land designated for white settlement). These shifts in population distribution have interacted with rapid natural increase in population (especially in the period 1950-1990) driven by high fertility and declining mortality; followed by recent decades of declining fertility and high AIDS-related mortality. Differences in religious beliefs mean that these changes are uneven across households and areas. The country's economy has meanwhile gone through a series of long cycles of boom and busts, and during the 2000s experienced inflation reaching a billion billion billion per cent.<br />
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The Muonde Trust is a Zimbabwean non-governmental organization established to help support the community in Mazvihwa to continue developing and deploying bottom-up solutions in response to these challenges. Mazvihwa has a semi-arid subtropical climate with remnant woodlands and a combination of largely subsistence agriculture and livestock production. From the point of view of most of the people in Mazvihwa, and as taken up by the community network of the Muonde Trust, the “sustainability” of their area now requires a series of linked changes in land use and investments in natural capital.<br />
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<br><br />
''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The data we have on this community and ecosystem originates from an ongoing community-based participatory research project originally begun in the 1980s and since continued by the Muonde Trust. It includes robust quantitative data on human demography, health, nutrition, agricultural practices, rainfall, land use choices, woodland dynamics, household assets, and land tenure. Our goal at SFI is to develop theoretical or simulation studies which would help us to better understand the resilience and sustainability of this system, which would eventually be informed by the data. Questions we might address using complex systems methods include:<br />
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1) How do individuals and resources flow through households and communities? (Empirical data shows that the composition of households changes rapidly, even though most analyses of these societies tends to assume they are static and natural units of analysis). It is clear that individuals are variously strategizing through households as well as within other kin, religious and clan groups. At the same time households also have emergent properties. In contexts of rapidly shifting demography and changing resource access, are there ways that we can use network analysis to illuminate these complexities? <br />
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2) How best can community as a whole allocate their land to agriculture, pasture, and woodland when these components interact and feedback to each other? One of the main land-use decisions facing the community is the trade-off between agricultural cultivation (which requires fencing to keep out livestock as well as water harvesting techniques) and retaining woodland areas that have cultural value as well as providing grazing space and forage for livestock (and many other economic benefits). This relationship is complex, with livestock providing benefits to agriculture (manure for fertilizer and draft power for cultivation), and vice versa (well-tended fields provide considerable feed for livestock). The community derives benefits from all these land uses, including food for subsistence from agriculture, meat and milk from livestock, and cultural values and a wide variety of benefits from woodland (including fuelwood, construction materials, a variety of foods and medicines, and improved soil characteristics). In addition, community members may sell livestock, as well as using them for bridewealth and compensation in the case of some deaths. How can this system be represented and manipulated in a model to create optimal strategies for the well-being of the system?<br />
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''Possible methods''<br />
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Our methodology is open to what we learn during the summer school, but some ideas include: network analysis to study the way people and resources connect and flow through the households and other components of the system; an analytical mathematical model of the interacting components of the system, e.g. coupled differential equations; cellular automata which can represent the land use category of each part of a farmer's land and underlie a decision support tool.<br />
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<br><br />
Contact: mveitzel@ucsc.edu<br />
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<br><br />
<br />
<br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
'Sola Omoju<br />
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==Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System==<br />
''Context''<br />
<br><br />
Ants leave pheromone trail patterns which they are aware of only in a local sense. They do not have the cognitive faculties to step back and look at the trails and grasp the ant-trail network as a totality. Also, the artifacts they leave behind are physical entities which then provides the aggregate feedback to the aggregate ant body to then feed the evolution of the ant body as a CAS system. In contrast, humans do have the requisite cognitive abilities. The "pheromone trails" we leave behind are the knowledge trails coded in symbolic knowledge artifacts. In contrast to the physical artifacts that ants leave behind, the knowledge artifacts that we leave behind are far more flexible and potent, both at the aggregate as well as at the individual levels. But like the ants, until recently, we did not have the means to step back and map the knowledge "pheromone trails" to obtain the big picture and its global/local dynamics. The burgeoning field of scientometrics is making available visualization tools to help us map and study the evolutionary dynamics of the knowledge network structures. <br />
<br><br />
''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The goals of this project include <br />
<ol><br />
<li>Extract the terms from approximately 1600 working papers published by SFI</li><br />
<li>Map the intra/inter conceptual network structures</li><br />
<li>Study the evolution of these structures across time</li><br />
<li>High-light the gap-closure of knowledge reverse-salients (if any)</li><br />
<li>Capture any of the network patterns that repeat</li><br />
<li>Study the diffusion of concepts across the network</li><br />
<li>Provide visualization tools for navigating the complexity corpus, etc</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
''Possible methods''<br />
<br><br />
Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) and Latent Document Analysis (LDA) <br />
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References:<br />
<ol><br />
<li> SFI Working Papers: http://www.santafe.edu/research/working-papers/</li><br />
<li> Atlas-Science-Visualizing: http://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Science-Visualizing-What-Know/dp/0262014459</li><br />
<li> Atlas-Science-Visualizing WebSite: http://scimaps.org/atlas</li><br />
<li> Mapping-Scientific-Frontiers-Knowledge-Visualization: http://www.amazon.com/Mapping-Scientific-Frontiers-Knowledge-Visualization/dp/1447151275</li><br />
<li> Katy Börner presents at Science of Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzCqGBNzomE</li><br />
<li> Scholarly Data, Network Science, and (Google) Maps:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vos5QBDywMM</li><br />
<li> LSA Video Lect: http://videolectures.net/slsfs05_hofmann_lsvm/</li><br />
<li> What is LSA: http://lsa.colorado.edu/papers/dp1.LSAintro.pdf</li><br />
<li> LSA Wiki:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latent_semantic_analysis</li><br />
<li> LDA: http://psiexp.ss.uci.edu/research/programs_data/toolbox.htm</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
<ul><br />
<li> John Thomas (radjohn@live.com) </li><br />
<li> Laura Condon (lcondon@mymail.mines.edu) </li><br />
<li> Haitao Shang (hts@mit.edu) </li><br />
<li> Sharon Greenblum (sharongreenblum@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Christopher Verzijl (cjo.verzijl@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (nilton_cardoso@hotmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be) </li><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Laurence Brandenberger (laurence.brandenberger@eawag.ch) </li><br />
</ul><br />
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==Navigating Music, Brain and The Edge of Chaos ==<br />
''Context''<br />
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Brain Sciences have revealed that we/it lives "on the edge of chaos" exhibiting "self-organized criticality" that is tentatively balanced between normalcy and madness. Over the course of history, humans have used various agents and activities to shape, influence and control this living-chaos ranging from substances such as caffeine, sugar, drugs etc., to activities such as the arts (including music), social-discourse/therapy, meditation etc. Of these, music has a distinct role in shaping our moods and helping us transition between different mental states, as well as maintain it for extended periods of time. Clearly we have been using music to help us control and shape the internal chaos. But until recently, the quantitative instrumentation of this massively complex system that comprises of close to a 100-billion neurons networked into a 1000-trillion synaptic edifice has not been available to the common man. But of late, affordable, wearable EEG's are available on the market, thus making the quantitative study of the influence of music in brain dynamics feasible on a large-scale/crowd-sourcing sense. To help come to terms with the complexity of our 1000-trillion synaptic edifice, we need to gather data on a vast scale. The proposed research is a proof-of-concept, exploratory foray into making this happen. <br />
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''Data and Questions''<br />
<br><br />
The goals of this project include <br />
<ol><br />
<li>Evaluate and purchase a wearable EEG</li><br />
<li>Set up the instrumentation for data capture</li><br />
<li>Set up the experimentation/data-capture plan </li><br />
<li>Recruit Subjects</li><br />
<li>Perform Data Capture</li><br />
<li>Analyze Results</li><br />
<li>Propose pathways to take this to the market by embedding it as an app</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
''Possible methods''<br />
References:<br />
<ol><br />
<li> Hacking Your Brain Waves: Wearable Meditation Headsets: http://www.diygenius.com/hacking-your-brain-waves/</li><br />
<li> Measure your brainwaves and modify your mind: http://venturebeat.com/2012/12/06/muse-eeg-mood/</li><br />
<li> This wearable device reads your brain waves. Is there a market for it?: http://fortune.com/2014/02/10/this-wearable-device-reads-your-brain-waves-is-there-a-market-for-it/</li><br />
<li> Your-brain-is-on-the-brink-of-chaos: http://nautil.us/issue/15/turbulence/your-brain-is-on-the-brink-of-chaos</li><br />
<li> Two Decades of Search for Chaos in Brain: http://www.um.sav.sk/en/images/stories/dep03/doc/krakmeas09.pdf</li><br />
<li> How You Are Who You Are--in Chaos Theory:https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/is-your-brain-culture/201008/how-you-are-who-you-are-in-chaos-theory</li><br />
<li> Diana Dabby Links: https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2013/06/15/what-little-chaos-does-for-music/QLkNTkPIgmec20Db39oHbN/story.html</li><br />
<li> Diana Dabby Links: http://newsoffice.mit.edu/1998/dabby-0318</li><br />
<li> Liz Bradley/Diana Dabby Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v4vK1iGOCg&feature=youtu.be</li><br />
<li> Music and the Brain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsJl6Pys880</li><br />
<li> Why Music Moves Us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6Pn9KRVCi4</li><br />
<li> Measuring musical expressivity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtSCVqIDl-k</li><br />
<li> The World In Six Songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAl2I30SoTA</li><br />
<li> This-Your-Brain-Music-Obsession: http://www.amazon.com/This-Your-Brain-Music-Obsession/dp/0452288525 </li><br />
<li> World-Six-Songs: http://www.amazon.com/World-Six-Songs-Musical-Created/dp/0452295483 </li><br />
<li> Computer Music and the Importance of Fractals, Chaos, and Complexity Theory: http://recherche.ircam.fr/equipes/repmus/jim96/actes/milicevic.html</li><br />
<li> The_Complexity_of_Songs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Complexity_of_Songs</li><br />
<li> Stefan-Koelsch Papers: http://www.stefan-koelsch.de/papers.html</li><br />
<li> Grammar Based Music Composition: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jonmc/research/Papers/L-systemsMusic.pdf</li><br />
</ol><br />
<br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
<br><br />
<ul><br />
<li> Sara Lumbrera (sara.lumbreras@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Ilaria b (bertazzi.ilaria@alice.it) </li><br />
<li> Braun, Urs (urs.braun@zi-mannheim.de) </li><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> J Bruineberg (j.bruineberg@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> William Kurtis Chang (williamkurtischang@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> John Thomas (radjohn@live.com) </li><br />
<li> Christopher Verzijl (cjo.verzijl@gmail.com) </li><br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be) </li><br />
</ul><br />
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<br />
==Powerlaw fitting and alternative distributions - Theory/statistics ==<br />
Clauset, Shalizi and Newman (2009) propose a maximum likelihood method to estimate the powerlaw exponent of a variable of interest. This is a great improvement on earlier methods such as OLS that dominated the literature up to then. However, one can fit a powerlaw to any dataset and the most we can say is that our observations are consistent with the hypothesis that x is drawn from a powerlaw distribution. One easily implementable method to compare the powerlaw fit to other fits is then a likelihood ratio test for both models. <br />
<br />
One particular discussion is the distinction between a powerlaw (PL) and a log-normal (LN) fit. For an avid discussion between both fits on city size and Zipf's law, see Eeckhout (2004, 2009) and Levy (2009), where the discussion now settled on city sizes following a log-normal distribution instead of a powerlaw. Similarly for the discussion on firm size distribution: Simon and Bonini, 1958; Ijri and Simon, 1977; Stanley et al., 1995; Sutton, 1997; Axtell, 2001; Okuyama et al., 1999; Cabral and Mata, 2003; Gaffeo et al., 2003; Aoyama et al., 2004; Fujiwara et al., 2004a,b; Kaizoji et al., 2006; Takayasu et al., 2008; Duchin and Levy, 2008; Schwarzkopf and Farmer, 2008, ...<br />
<br />
This distinction matters for several reasons:<br />
- PL and LN come from very similar model and differences in initial conditions can lead to very different outcomes. PL exhibits a choice for x_min, below which the unit of observation is not feasible to exist (eg minimum city size, firm size, word length, ...). LN has no minimum size.<br />
- PL and LN that look similar are the difference between infinite (PL) and large but finite variance (LN)<br />
- shock propagation: when unit-level shocks are large enough to show aggregate perturbances if the distribution is powerlaw with infinite variance, while these shocks wash out fast when the distribution is log-normal. (Gabaix, 1999; Gabaix 2009; Acemoglu et al. 2012, ...).<br />
<br />
I have encountered some issues which I would like to explore further:<br />
1. The distinction between lognormal and powerlaw in the data is very sensitive to data truncation: in the above discussions, researchers have slightly different datasets, covering more or less of the population at hand. Left-truncation (i.e. observations not in the dataset because they are too small to be reported) can strongly drive the outcome of the fit, even when endogenizing the x_min cutoff. I have data on the universe of Belgian firms, much more complete than e.g. US Census data, where I have done some preliminary tests on this. The question is then: how to formalise this distinction and what are the theoretical and practical caveats to look out for when applying this method.<br />
2. MLE fitting seems to be sensitive to the choice of units as well: rescaling a variable by a factor 1000, 1000000 etc seems to influence the endogenous x_min choice and hence the estimated parameter. This reminds me of some work on scaling invariance in negative binomial estimators. What is going on here?<br />
3. Can we set up a model that generalises both? I've been looking at Levy stable distributions, but did not do anything with it yet.<br />
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contact: glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be<br />
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==App design for interaction registration==<br />
I would like to see a simple smartphone app that can track connections being made between people at events. This would allow to map the evolution of a network at eg a network meeting, SFI 2015, social events etc. I know some people at MIT have been working on ID badges for nurses and doctors to track interaction in a hospital, and there are some business apps that show a plethora of features to enjoy a network event (eg like the Yapp app). However, it would be nice to have a simple app that just registers a link between people when their phones are close enough for a certain interval of time. Additionally, it might record some conversation as to create edge information as well.<br />
Unfortunately, I'm not a wizzkid and would need help from an apps programmer to work this out. If it is feasible, I think SFI CSSS 2015 would be a great test case!<br />
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contact: glenn.magerman@kuleuven.be<br />
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=Preliminary Discussion Meetings=<br />
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==Exchange-Company Networks (jakub.rojcek@gmail.com)==<br />
10:45am in the coffee shop<br />
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==Decision support/network analysis of a complex socio-ecosystem in rural Zimbabwe (Melissa - mveitzel@gmail.com)==<br />
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10:45am in the senior common room (the room behind our lecture hall)<br />
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==Network Analysis of Arxiv (Daniel - dtc65@cornell.edu)==<br />
<br />
10:45am in the lecture hall<br />
<br />
Also interested in combining multiplex/multilayer networks<br />
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==Ebola virus disease spread (Junming - mail@junminghuang.com)==<br />
<br />
11:00am in the coffee shop<br />
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==Scaling effects in bodies, communities, ecosystems (Cobain - mrdc1g10@soton.ac.uk)==<br />
<br />
11:30am in the coffee shop<br />
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Also tying in prehistoric hunting populations<br />
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==Dynamics of homicide (Matthew Ingram - mingram@albany.edu)==<br />
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Integrating temporal, spatial, and multi-level concepts <br />
<br />
1:30pm in the coffee shop<br />
<br />
Am interested in the discussion on this project...Sola Omoju<br />
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==Organ Transplant (Christine - ceharvey@mitre.org)==<br />
<br />
2pm in the coffee shop<br />
Interested:<br />
Sahil Garg<br />
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==Multi-dimensional social networks in the evolution, development and resilience of informal economies ==<br />
<br />
2:00pm in the lecture hall<br />
<br />
Eloy & Carolina - eloy.fisher@fulbrightmail.org, carromattsson@gmail.com<br />
<br />
<br />
==City resilience // Evolutionary stable states in trees (Richard - rbarnes@umn.edu)==<br />
<br />
3pm in the coffee shop<br />
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<br />
==Modeling brain diseases (or cancerous bio pathways) (Sahil - sahilgar@usc.edu)==<br />
Interested people can put a meeting time as per their convenience here.<br />
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No meeting time indicated<br />
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One potential meeting time can be 3pm in coffee shop ?<br />
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Information theoretic algorithms can also be explored for the problem. <br />
<br><br />
Discovering Structure in High-Dimensional Data Through Correlation Explanation. http://papers.nips.cc/paper/5580-positive-curvature-and-hamiltonian-monte-carlo<br />
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Maximally Informative Hierarchical Representations<br />
of High-Dimensional Data. http://jmlr.org/proceedings/papers/v38/versteeg15.pdf<br />
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'''Interested:'''<br />
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<ul><br />
<li> Emilia Wysocka (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com) </li><br />
</ul><br />
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<br />
==Analysis of UK parliament speeches 1935-2014 (Stefano - etstefano@gmail.com)==<br />
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No meeting time indicated<br />
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==Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System (radjohn@live.com)==<br />
1:30pm/Wed 6/10 in Conference Room (Tentative)<br />
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== Resource allocation trade-offs (Andre - andre.veski@gmail.com) ==<br />
Using evolutionary algorithms to investigate trade-offs in allocating goods among agents. This could be potentially done on some real dataset (if you have any) or somehow parametrized synthetic data. Also this could be envisioned as a strategic bargaining between agents, which would introduce some dynamics into the process.<br />
<br />
Email me or sign-up if interested and we'll setup a meeting time.<br />
<br />
Interested<br />
'Sola Omoju<br />
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==Navigating Music, Brain and The Edge of Chaos (radjohn@live.com)==<br />
10:45am/Wed 6/10 in Conference Room <br />
<br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
Sahil Garg<br />
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<br />
==Rule-based modeling for brain diseases (molecular level) (emilia.m.wysocka@gmail.com)==<br />
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Rule-based modeling features:<br />
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*biological systems as concurrent processes<br />
*dynamics of post-translational modifications<br />
*domain availability<br />
*competitive binding<br />
*causality and intrinsic structure<br />
*binding sites<br />
*interaction rules replace reaction equations<br />
*infinite number of reactions with a small and finite number of rules<br />
*reduction of parameter space<br />
*“don't care don't write” - adjustable rule contextualization <br />
*single reaction rule and parameters generalize classes of multiple rules<br />
*modular and extensible language<br />
*specification language & simulation/integration environment<br />
*static and causal analysis<br />
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Kappa/KaSim & BioNetGen/NFsim -- specification language/network-free simulator<br />
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Meeting -> if anybody is interested - contact me.<br />
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Some refs:<br />
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*Danos, V., & Laneve, C. (2004). Formal Molecular Biology. Theoretical Computer Science, 325.<br />
*Sorokina, O., Sorokin, A., & Armstrong, J. D. (2011). Towards a quantitative model of the post-synaptic proteome. Molecular bioSystems, 7(10), 2813–2823. doi:10.1039/c1mb05152k<br />
*Suderman, R., & Deeds, E. J. (2013). Machines vs. Ensembles: Effective MAPK Signaling through Heterogeneous Sets of Protein Complexes. PLoS Computational Biology, 9(10), e1003278. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003278<br />
*Chylek, Lily A. and Harris, Leonard A. and Tung, Chang-Shung and Faeder, James R. and Lopez, Carlos F. and Hlavacek, W. S. (2014). Rule-based modeling: a computational approach for studying biomolecular site dynamics in cell signaling systems. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Systems Biology and Medicine, 6(1), 13–36. doi:10.1002/wsbm.1245<br />
*Chylek, Lily A. and Stites, Edward C. and Posner, Richard G. and Hlavacek, W. S. (2013). Innovations of the rule-based modeling approach. Systems Biology: Integrative Biology and Simulation Tools. Retrieved March 11, 2014, from http://openwetware.org/images/7/74/LosAlamosTechnicalReportLAUR1210375.pdf<br />
*Danos, V. (2007). Rule-Based Modelling of Cellular Signalling. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 4703). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/978-3-540-74407-8<br />
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==Tuesday June 9, 7:00 - 9:00 PM==<br />
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1. MV Eitzel <br><br />
2. Daniel Citron<br><br />
3. Tobias Morville<br><br />
4. Urs Braun <br><br />
5. Ilaria Bertazzi<br><br />
6. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
7. Nilton Cardaso<br><br />
8. Christine Harvey<br><br />
9. Michael Smallegan<br><br />
10. Jelle Bruineberg <br><br />
11. Susanne Petterson<br><br />
12. Jun Takahashi <br><br />
13. Andrew Schauf<br><br />
14. Maggie Simon <br><br />
15. Matt Ingram<br><br />
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==Thursday June 11, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM==<br />
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1. Federico Battiston <br><br />
2. Alice Patania <br><br />
3. Sebastian Poledna <br><br />
4. Keith Burghardt <br><br />
5. María Pereda <br><br />
6. Matthew Cobain <br><br />
7. Gyeong-Gyun Ha<br><br />
8. Daniel Hedblom<br><br />
9. Jean-Gabriel Young<br><br />
10. Matthew Osmond <br><br />
11. Penny Mealy <br><br />
12. Marie-Pierre Hasne<br><br />
13. Sharon Greenblum<br><br />
14. Alejandro Tejedor <br><br />
15. Kleber Neves<br><br />
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==Thursday June 15, 7:00 - 9:00 PM==<br />
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1. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
2. Laura Condon<br><br />
3. Anna Zaytseva <br><br />
4. Tirthankar Bandyopadhyay<br><br />
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2. Junming Huang<br><br />
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