CAPS2017 – International Conference on Complexity-Based Analytics and Policies for Social Good
Organizer: The Journal for Policy and Complex Systems
Host: The Robert H. Smith School of Business, UMD
Location: Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, University of Maryland, Washington, DC
April 12 – 14, 2017
Web Site: http://www.CAPSconference.org
CAPS 2017 is the first International Conference on Complexity-Based Analytics and Policies for Social Good. CAPS 2017 is a cross-disciplinary conference for research where the tools of Complex Systems and/or Agent Based Modeling are used to examine a wide range of policies and procedures that promote, emphasize, contribute to, improve, or otherwise positively affect social good. This includes new definitions and measures of social good, methodologies for tracking impacts and trends, data sets, analytical methods, actors and populations, dynamic models, or social-level analysis.
Topics of modeling and simulation include, but are not limited to:
Access to Education
Access to Healthcare
Justice and Fairness
Dynamic Human Behavior
|Socio-Economic and Financial Networks
Model Replication, Verification & Validation
Participatory & Human-in-the-Loop Simulations
Simulation Software & Computational Frameworks
Conflict Resolution & Cooperation
Coupled Human-Natural Systems
Diffusion of Innovations
Dynamics of Trust, Social Norms, Reputation & Opinion
Group Decisions & Collective Behaviors
Submissions Due October 31th, 2016. Please submit papers of up to 10 pages through EasyChair.
More details can be found at: http://www.capsconference.org.
Program Committee: Nazmiye Bacaksizlar, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; Riccardo Boero, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; Aaron Bramson, Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan; Ted Carmichael, TutorGen Inc, USA.Trevor Shaun Crawford, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; Dave Dixon, University of New Mexico, USA; Magda Fontana, University of Turin, Italy; Robert Geyer, Lancaster University, UK; Michael Givel, University of Oklahoma, USA; Marco Guerzoni, University of Turin, Italy; Mirsad Hadzikadic (Chair), University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; Liz Johnson, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; Caroline Krejci, Iowa State University, USA; Ugo Merlone, University of Turin, Italy; Anu Miller, Cisco Systems, USA; Megan Olsen, Loyola University, USA; Mark Orr, Virgina Tech, USA; William Rand, North Carolina State University, USA; Pietro Terna, University of Turin, Italy; Elizabeth von Briesen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; Caroline Wagner, Ohio State University, USA; Asim Zia, University of Vermont, USA.
See print version of the CFP: CAPS-2017-Call-for-papers 2