The Department of Computational and Data Sciences PhD program in Computational Social Science (CSS) was well presented at the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas (CSSSA) 2016 annual conference held in Santa Fe, NM.
The following CSS PhD students and faculty presented papers:
Salwa Ismail: Towards an ABM for civil revolution: Modeling Emergence of Protesters, Military Decisions, and Resulting State of the Institution.
Peter Revay: A Dual-Inheritance Model of Cultural Evolution with Agents.
Yang Zhou: The Origin of Agriculture in the Peiligang Culture: An Agent-based Modeling Approach.
Vince Kane: Metabolic basis of complex adaptive systems .
Thomas Briggs and Andrew Crooks: Close, But Not Close Enough: A Spatial Agent-Based Model of Manager-Subordinate Proximity.
Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, J. Daniel Rogers, Paul S. Schopf, Sean Luke, Jeffrey Bassett, Atesmachew Hailegiorgis, William G. Kennedy, Peter Revay, Meghan Mulkerin, Madeline Shaffer and Ermo Wei: MASON NorthLands: A Geospatial Agent-Based Model of Coupled Human-Artificial-Natural Systems in Boreal and Arctic Regions .