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Antonina Fedorova, IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences
Michael Zeitlin, Mathematical Methods in Mechanics Group, IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences, 
Localization phenomena and pattern formation in quantum physics
Session -

Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University, School of Business
Jonathan Post,
Complexity, competitive intelligence and the “first mover” advantage
Tuesday Evening Session - Innovation

Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University
Matthew Dadmun, Southern New Hampshire University, Neil Lanteigne, Southern New Hampshire University, 
Corporate strategy: from core competence to complexity--an evolutionary review
Monday Evening Session - Innovation

Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University
The complexity of terrorist networks
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University
Post Jonathan, Computer Futures, 
Nash equilibrium and quantum computational complexity
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Guy Haskin Fernald, Neurology, UCSF
Jorge Oksenberg, Neurology, UCSF, Sergio Baranzini, Neurology, UCSF, 
Mutual information networks unveil global properties of IFNß immediate transcriptional effects in humans
Thursday Afternoon Session - Biological Networks

Marcelo Ferreira da Costa Gomes, Instituto de Física - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do
Sebastián Gonçalves, Instituto de Física - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 
The SIR model with delay
Thursday Evening Session - Evolution and Ecology

Dighton Fiddner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania/Asst. Professor, Politica
Scale-free policy organizations’ network: artifact or phenomenon?
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Dighton Fiddner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania/Asst. Professor, Politica
Scale-free Policy Organizations’ Network: Artifact or Phenomenon?
Monday Evening Session -

Elise Filotas, Complex Systems Laboratory, Department of Geography, Univers
Lael Parrott, Complex Systems Laboratory, Department of Geography, Université de Montréal, Canada, Martin Grant, Department of Physics, McGill University, Canada, 
Effect of space on a multi-species community model with individual-based dynamics
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Jeffrey Fletcher, Dept. of Zoology, University of British Columbia
Martin Zwick, Systems Science Ph.D. Program, Portland State University, 
Unifying the theories of inclusive fitness and reciprocal altruism
Thursday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Chad Foster, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Daniel Frey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Estimating complex system robustness from dual system architectures
Monday Evening Session - Engineering

Matthew Francisco, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Mark Goldberg, Computer Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Malik Magdon-Ismail, Computer Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, William Wallace, Decision Support and Engineering Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 
Using Agent-Based Modeling to Traverse Frameworks in Theories of the Social
Monday Evening Session - Mathematical Methods



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