Systems Science Seminar Series
SUMMARY: The Systems Science Seminar Series covers a wide-range of topics, providing an opportunity for presenters to share and attendees to become exposed to latest and often cutting-edge research from different fields and disciplines. Agent-based simulation, artificial intelligence, artificial life, genetic algorithms, machine learning, neural networks, signal processing, social networks, system dynamics, and science itself are just a few of the many diverse topics that have been presented, all in an informal environment where questions and discussion are encouraged. The Seminar Syllabus is also available here.
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS: If you have questions or comments, would like to present a seminar, or if you have suggestions for topics or speakers, please email Garry Sotnik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Past seminar links and records can be found on our Seminar Archive page
Winter 2015 Schedule
- 01/09/2015 -- Alexis Dinno, Assistant Professor of Community Health at PSU, "An Introduction to Loop Analysis,"
- 01/16/2015 -- Christan Echt, Systems Science Ph.D. student at PSU,
- 01/23/2015 -- Peter Albert,
- 01/30/2015 -- Jonathan Straus, Systems Science Master's student at PSU,
- 02/06/2015 --
- 02/13/2015 -- Rebecca McLain, Research Assistant Professor of Geography at PSU,
- 02/20/2015 -- Christan Echt, Systems Science Ph.D. student at PSU,
- 02/27/2015 --
- 03/06/2015 --
- 03/13/2015 --
Spring 2015 Schedule
- **/**/2015 -- Martin Lafrenz, Associate Professor of Geography at PSU,
(past seminar links and records can be found on our Seminar Archive page)