During the fall and spring semester the Computational Social Science (CSS) and the Computational Sciences and Informatics (CSI) Programs holds weekly seminars where students, faculty and guest speakers present their latest research. These seminars are free and are open to the public.
For CSI, the seminars take place in Exploratory Hall, Room 3301 on Mondays from 4:30 p.m. to 5.40 pm.
For CSS, the seminars take place in Center for Social Complexity Suite which is located Research Hall, Level 3. The seminars start at 3:00 p.m. and normally last until 4:30 p.m. For a list of past CSS seminars click here.
In addition we also host ad hoc seminars relating to guest speakers and students dissertation proposals/defenses which don’t fall under our normal seminars.
If you would like to join the seminar mailing list please email Karen Underwood.
COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINAR – Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents – Sanjay Nayar 3:00 pm
COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINAR – Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents – Sanjay Nayar @ Complexity Suite 3rd floor, Research Hall, Fairfax Campus
May 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE FRIDAY SEMINAR Sanjay Nayar, CSS PhD Student George Mason University Modeling Panic with Psychological Agents Friday, May 4, 3:00PM Center for Social Complexity Suite 3rd Floor, Research Hall… read more →