Santa Fe, NM
Oct 19 – 22, 2017
The 2017 Conference
The Computational Social Science Society of the Americas
|David Krakauer, Santa Fe Institute President and Professor of Complex Systems|
|Scott E. Page, University of Michigan Professor and noted complexity author|
You are invited to participate in CSS 2017, the annual Computational Social Science conference of the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas (CSSSA). The conference will be held at The Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 19-22, 2017. This is the same venue that delivered a great conference the past two years. Its adjacent to the historic central plaza at the center of Santa Fe.
Computational Social Science (CSS) is a scientific discipline where computational methods, data analysis, and simulation models of social dynamics are employed to offer new insights into social phenomena beyond what is available with traditional social science methods. The CSS 2017 Conference will bring together international practitioners of CSS to present peer reviewed research using computational social science methods.
The link to submit a paper or poster will be available soon.
The CSS 2017 program committee invites papers and posters concerning computational models of social phenomena. Models from all social science disciplines are welcomed.
All submissions, including posters, will be subject to peer review. The Program Committee and conference organizers may request that submissions for papers be converted into posters, or vice versa, depending on scheduling and content.
Proceedings to be published by ACM.
Topics of Interest (non-exhaustive list):
- Social network analysis
- Agent-based models / modeling
- Economic models / resource allocation
- Population dynamics
- Political/social systems
- Biological systems / metabolism / bioenergetics
- Efficiencies / fitness functions
- Competition / cooperation
- Networks / information flow
- Social contagion
- Vision / knowledge acquisition
- Swarm intelligence
- Adaptation / evolution
- Decision making
- Local knowledge / global patterns
- Game theoretic models
Papers should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words in length, including all figures, tables, notes, references and appendices. References should use APA format. ODD documentation of models is encouraged and can be attached to a submission without counting against the word limit. All documents should be uploaded in PDF format.
Poster submissions require only an 800 word abstract at the submission deadline. They should be clearly marked as poster submissions. Posters should be no larger than 36″ x 48″. A PDF version of the poster should be uploaded to the conference EasyChair site by the appropriate deadline (Nov 1) to be archived on the conference website.
2017 conference fees (current membership is required).
|By 1 September 2017|
|After 1 September 2017|
|Banquet for non-attendee guest||$50|
Submissions Due: August 1, 2017
Author Notification: August 18, 2017
Earlybird Registration Deadline (Save $50): September 1, 2017
Final Paper Versions & Posters PDFs Due: October 1, 2017
Conference Dates: October 19-22, 2017
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org