Monday, 7 April 2014

Talks of Elena Mas Tur and Alexander Petersen are now swapped...

...since Elena will not be here until Wednesday.

Thus the timetable looks like this:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Theme
Context, Positions and Approaches
Models and Underpinnings
Models and Applications
Applications, Open Questions, Directions  and Issues
What next?

9:00
Registration and Coffee
Mario Paolucci and Francisco Grimaldo: developing simulation models of peer review
Alexander Petersen: Quantifying the role of teamwork and reputation
Ingo Scholtes: lessons from open source and citations
Elena Mas Tur: Diffusion of scientific knowledge: a percolation model
Diego Garlaschelli: long-term cultural diversity and short-term collective behaviour
Janusz Holyst: Information slows down hierarchy growth
Breakout groups: further initiatives and funding opportunities

10.00
Introduction to the Lorentz Centre

Nicolas Payette: a survey of previous models

10.30
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break

11.00
Invited Speaker: Katy Börner
Free discussion period around simulations
Free discussion period around simulations
Short presentations on arising issues from the discussions so far
Invited Speaker: Paul Thagard

12.30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Farewell Lunch

14.00
Brief Introduction to the workshop by organisers
Andre Martins: Theory Acceptance
Bruce Edmonds:  incorporating cognitive dissonance with social influence
Free discussion period or relaxation
Parallel group discussions on a selection of these issues
Possible extended discussions

Poster Presentations of all participants

15.30
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break

16.00 –
17.00
Frank Schweitzer: Beyond simulating science
Loet Leydesdorff: The exchanges of expectations in scholarly discourse
Free discussion period around simulations
Plenary Reports from Groups and Open Discussion

17.00 – 17.30
Plenary reports of discussions / developments

Evening
Welcome drinks

Social dinner



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