CASOS Conference 2001
July 5-8, 2001
Location: CMU, Pittsburgh, PA
This international conference explores advances in computational
social and organizational science. The purpose of this conference is
to explore advances in computational social and organizational
Of particular interest is recent work in any of the following areas:
1) computational theorizing about complex
socio-cognitive-technical systems, including organizations,
societies, institutions and technology enhanced environments.
2) new computational or network based analysis tools for studying
socio-cognitive-technological systems, social-psychological, social,
organizational, political and technological systems
3) empirical tests of computational, mathematical, or logical models
Presentations will be from a combination of invited and submitted
papers. Participants need not present a paper. Individuals interested
in presenting a paper must submit an
extended abstract. A special issue of the journal Computational and
Mathematical Organization Theory will be published based on the
best papers in this workshop. Full papers will be needed for the
not just the 3 page abstracts.
Abstracts and papers.
If you are interested in presenting a paper you should send a title
and an extended abstract of 3 pages, by April 21 to Kathleen M.
Carley - [log in to unmask] Accepted abstracts will appear
in the conference proceedings and published on the CASOS web
Professor Nigel Gilbert, FREng, AcSS, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Professor of
Sociology, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK. +44 (0)1483 259173