The Complex Systems Advanced Academic Workshop (CSAAW) is pleased to
announce the *call for submission of abstracts* for its second *Michigan
Complexity Mini-Conference (website http://www.umich.edu/~csmc/), which
will be occurring on May 13, 2013 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
This conference aims to bring together graduate students and professors
from a wide-range of interdisciplinary areas in order to discuss a
multiplicity of topics related to complexity. Organized by CSAAW graduate
students and faculty from the Center for the Study of Complex Systems
at the University of Michigan,we look forward to fostering intellectual
exchanges among researchers from
various backgrounds, such as engineering, economics, political science,
biology, medicine, sociology, and literature.
Our keynote speakers this year represent some of the diverse
interdisciplinarity found in the study of complexity at the University of
Michigan. We look forward to informative presentations by *Professor Scott
Page*, *Professor Ana V. Diez-Roux*, and *Professor Eric Rabkin*.
In addition to these three keynote sessions, this one day mini-conference
also features a poster session and short contributed talks, which we invite
graduate students to apply for. We strongly encourage your submission as
soon as possible as we will review them on a rolling-deadline basis
(deadline: May 4th).
*To submit an abstract for consideration*, please send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading �MCMC Abstract.� Your
email submission should contain the title of your talk (or poster) and a
If you do not wish to submit an abstract, but are still* interested in
attending the conference*, please notify us at (email@example.com)
in a message with the subject heading titled �MCMC Registration.� Please
include your full name, title, department, and university affiliation.
While there is no fee for registration, food will only be provided for
registered participants. We will also award *prizes for best contributed
talks and posters. *
We expect the conference to be a great forum for stimulating discussions on
your research and are looking forward to seeing you in May 13th!
Nguyen H. P. Nguyen, Pablo F. Damasceno, and Professor Rick Riolo
MCMC / CSAAW Organizers