Monday Oct 10, 2011
7:30am – 8:20am Breakfast Provided

8:30am – 8:40am CSSSA President, Bill Griffin, Welcome

Monday Morning Session, Chair Armando Geller
8:45am – 9:10am
Using ABM to Illuminate Social Processes Leading to Environmental Injustice
Adam Eckerd, Yushim Kim, and Heather Campbell

9:15am – 9:45am
On the Interplay between Extortion and Punishment.An Agent-based model of Camorra
Barbara Sonzogni, Federico Cecconi, and Rosaria Conte

9:45am – 10:10am
Agent-based Modeling of Land Rental Markets:Comparison between Simulated and Observed Prices in the Argentina Pampas
Federico Bert, Guillermo Podesta, Santiago Rovere, Michael North, Angel Menendez, Carlos Laciana, Charles Macal, Elke Weber and Pamela Sydelko

10:15am – 10:30am BREAK

10:30am – 10:55am
Herd Privacy: Modeling the Spillover Effects of Privacy Settings on Social Networking Sites
David P. Masad

11:00am – 11:25am
When the El Farol Problem is Not a Problem? The Role of Social Preferences and Social Networks
Shu-Heng Chen, Umberto Gostoli

11:30am – 11:55am
Closing the Micro-Macro Divide in Modeling Technology Adoption
Erica Briscoe, C.J. Hutto, and Ethan Trewhitt

12pm – 1:50pm FREE TIME

2pm – 2:25pm OpenABM Website Tutorial
Nathan Rollins

2:30pm – 3:20pm NetLOGO Tutorial
Stephen Guerin

Monday Afternoon Session, Chair Bill Griffin

3:30pm – 3:55pm
Endogenous Movement and Equilibrium Selection in Spatial Coordination Games
Jason Barr, David Hagmann, and Troy Tassier

4pm – 4:25pm
Coordinated Punishment as a Norm-Signalling Tool: A Cross-methodolgical approach.
Daniel Villatoro, Giulia Andrighetto, Rosaria Conte, and Jordi Sabater-Mir

4:30pm – 4:55pm
Evolving Social Structure: From Neurons to Networks with Agent-Based Models
Maksim Tsvetovat, Omar Guerrero, and Bill Kennedy

5pm – 5:50pm POSTER SESSION
Where: Upstairs in lounge

6pm – 6:45pm KEY NOTE TALK by Uri Wilensky
Where: Downstairs in meeting room

6:45pm – 8:35pm Dinner
Where: Upstairs in Bishop’s Lodge Restaurant

Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
7:30am – 8:20am Breakfast Provided

Tuesday Morning Session, Chair Chic Macal
8:30am – 8:55am
Resilient Social Ecological Systems: bridging the rural-urban dichotomy
Thomas Park

9am – 9:25am
Agent-Based Modeling in K-12 Complex Systems Education
Irene Lee, John Paul Gonzales

9:30am – 9:55am
A Generic Vegetation Growth Sub-Model in a LargeHuman/Environment Interaction of East Africa
Tim Gulden, Chenna Reddy Cotla, Atesmachew Hailegiorgis, and Andrew Crooks

10am – 10:25am BREAK

10:30am – 10:55am
Implementing a “Fast and Frugal” Cognitive Model within a Computational Social Simulation
William G. Kennedy and Jeffrey K. Bassett

11am – 11:25am
Tools for Large Scale (Distributed) Agent-Based Computational Experiments
László Gulyás, Attila Szabó, Richárd Legéndi, Tamás Máhr, Rajmund Bocsi and George Kampis.

11:30am – 11:55am
Computational Social Science and High Performance Computing: A Case Study of a Simple Model at Large Scales
John Murphy

12pm – 2:30pm FREE TIME

2:30pm – 3:20pm APPLIED CSS PANEL
William Griffin, Charles Macal, H. Van Dyke Parunak, Edward MacKerrow
Applied CSS Panel

3:30pm – 3:55pm
A Study of the Influence of Trust in Coalition Formation
Luis Nardin and Jaime Sichman

4pm – 4:25pm
Advertising and Word-of-Mouth in Motion Picture Industry
Zakaria Babutsidze

4:30pm – 4:55pm
An Analysis of Word-of-Mouth Effects on Social Networks
Setsuya Kurahashi and Saito Muneyoshi

5pm – 5:25pm BREAK

5:30pm – 5:55pm
Interest Dynamics with Social Constraints and Exogenous Drivers
H. Van Dyke Parunak

6pm – 6:25pm
Targeting individuals to catalyze collective action in social networks
Marco Janssen

Wednesday Oct 12, 2011

7:30am – 8:20am Breakfast Provided

8:30am – 8:55am
On Hand Hygiene Compliance and DiminishingMarginal Returns: An Empirically-Driven Agent-Based Simulation Study
Thomas Hornbeck, David Naylor, Alberto Segre, Geb Thomas, Ted Herman and Philip Polgreen

9am – 9:25am
State Capacity and Conflict: Evidence from Afghanistan
Armando Geller, Maciej M. Latek, Seyed M. Mussavi Rizi and Cameron G. Thies

9:30am – 9:55am
Varying Effects of Connectivity and Dispersal on Interacting Species Dynamics
Kehinde Salau, Michael Schoon, Jacopo Baggio and Marco Janssen

10am – 10:25am BREAK

10:30am – 10:55am
Modeling Cities and Displacement through an Agent-based Spatial Interaction Model
Timothy Gulden, Joseph F. Harrison and Andrew T. Crooks

11am – 11:25am
An Agent-Based Approach to Democratic Tribalism: The Milieu of Israeli Politics
Benjamin Acosta and Hafsa Aasi.

11:30am – 11:55am
Herding Concepts: The Contextual Validation of Social Agent Models
David Sallach

12pm – 12:50pm LUNCH PROVIDED and CSSSA All-Members Meeting

1pm – 1:25pm
Quantifying How Social Mixing Patterns Affect Disease Transmission
S.E. LeGresley and Sara Del Valle

1:30pm – 1:55pm
Sexually differentiated philopatry and dispersal: A demonstration of the Baldwin effect and genetic drift
Ovi Chris Rouly and William G. Kennedy

2:00pm – 2:25pm
Preliminary results from an agent-based adaptation of friendship games
David Dixon

2:30pm – 2:55pm BREAK

3:00pm – 3:25pm
The Mathematics of Aggregation, Interdependence, Organizations, and Systems of Nash Equilbria: A replacement for Game Theory
William Lawless

3:30pm – 3:55pm
Ecological Circumscription and the Emergence of Social Complexity
Stephen Scott and Matt Koehler

4:00pm – 4:15pm CLOSE OF CONFERENCE