Phil 12.23.19

7:00 – 4:30 ASRC

  • 2020 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation
    • SBP-BRiMS is an interdisciplinary computational social science conference focused on both modeling complex socio-technical systems and using computational techniques to reason about and study complex socio-technical systems. The participants in this conference take part in forming the conversation on how computation is shaping the modern world and helping us to better understand and reason about human behavior. Both papers addressing basic research and those addressing applied research are accepted. All methodological approaches are encouraged; however, the vast majority of papers use computer simulation, network analysis or machine learning as the method of choice in addressing human social and behavioral activities. At the conference, these paper presentations are complemented by data science challenge problems, demonstrations of new technologies, and a government funding panel.
    • Regular Paper Submission (10 – page max) : 21-February-2020 (Midnight EST)
    • Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Friday, July 17, 2020 George Washington University, Washington DC, USA
  • Dissertation
    • More conclusions. Got through H2
  • Evolver
    • Figuring out how to merge changes from develop onto master. Hooray – success! The IntelliJ directions (here) were very helpful.
    • And everything is now visible on GitHub