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Hector Sabelli, Chicago Center for Creative Development
Lazar Kovacevic, Chicago Center for Creative Development, 
Biotic Population Dynamics and the Theory of Evolution
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Dynamical Methods

Suzanne Sadedin, Monash University
Adaptation and self-organization in spatial models of speciation
Thursday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Adel Sadek, Associate Professor, College of Engineering and Mathematical
Nagi Basha, Department of Computer Science, 
Self-Learning Intelligent Agents for Dynamic Traffic Routing on Transportation Networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Engineering

Davit Sahakyan, Yerevan Physics Institute
Exact solution of the finite population size quasispecies model
Tuesday Afternoon Session -

Gokhan Sahin, Yeditepe University/Department of Information Technologies
Murat Erenturk, Yeditepe University/Physics, Avadis Hacinliyan, Yeditepe University/Physics, 
Search for chaotic structures in Turkish and English texts by detrended fluctuation and time series analyses
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Language

Farhan Saif, Department of Physics, University of Arizona
Quantum Recurrences in Complex Systems
Wednesday Afternoon Session -

Md. Salequzzaman, Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna Unuversity, Khulna
Ecological footprint of waste generation as a sustainable tool for solid waste management in the Khulna City Corporation of Bangladesh
Wednesday Afternoon Session -

Gustavo Santana Torrellas, Perforacion de Pozos/Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo
A Knowledge Management Framework for Security Assessment in a Multi Agent PKI-based Networking Environment
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Hiroki Sayama, Department of Bioengineering, Binghamton University, SUNY
On self-replication and the halting problem
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Alife and Evolution

Hiroki Sayama, Department of Bioengineering, Binghamton University, SUNY
Teaching emergence and evolution simultaneously through simulated breeding of artificial swarm behaviors
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Education, Healthcare

Hiroki Sayama, Department of Bioengineering, Binghamton University, SUNY
Session: Life and Computation
Tuesday Evening Session - Alife and Evolution

Justin Scace, New England Aquarium/Edgerton Research Laboratory
Adam Dobberfuhl, New England Aquarium/Edgerton Research Laboratory, Elizabeth Higgins, Boston College, Department of Biology, Caroly Shumway, New England Aquarium/Edgerton Research Laboratory, 
Complexity and the evolution of the social brain
Thursday Evening Session - Evolution and Ecology

Paul Scerri, Carnegie Mellon University
Katia Sycara, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 
Evolutionary Games and Social Networks in Adversary Reasoning
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Game Theory

Jeff Schank, University of California, Davis
Chris May, Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis, Sanjay Joshi, Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering, University of California, Davis, 
Can robots help us understand the development of behavior?
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Psychology

Jeff Schank
Session: Biology
Monday Evening Session - Biology

Stanley Schmidt, NECSI
The Symbiosis of Science and Science Fiction
Thursday Afternoon Session - Science Fiction

Richard Schmidt, Northrop Grummon TASC Corp.
Synthesis of Systems of Systems [SoS] is in fact the Management of System Design Complexity
Tuesday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Stanley Schmidt, Individual
TBA
Tuesday Evening Session -

Markus Schwehm, University of Tübingen, Institute of Medical biometry, Germa
Manuel Poppe, University of Tübingen, Computer Science Department, Germany, 
Modelling cytoskeleton morphogenesis with SBTools
Monday Evening Session - Biology

Markus Schwehm, University of Tübingen, Institute of Medical biometry, Germa
Chris Leary, State University of New York at Geneseo, Dept. Mathematics, USA, Hans-Peter Duerr, University of Tübingen, Institute of Medical biometry, Germany, Martin Eichner, University of Tübingen, Institute of Medical biometry, Germany, 
InterSim:A network-based outbreak investigation and intervention planning tool.
Tuesday Evening Session - Homeland Security

William Seaman, Rhode Island School of Design, Chair Digital+Media
Otto Rössler, University of Tübingen, Germany, 
Toward The Creation of an Intelligent Situated Computer and Related Robotic System : An Intra-functional Network of Living Analogies
Tuesday Evening Session -

Gautam Sethia, Institute for Plasma Research
Abhijit Sen, Institute for Plasma Research, 
The Saddle-Node Separatrix-Loop Bifurcation : A Manifestation of Delayed Feedback
Tuesday Evening Session -

Volkan Sevim, Dept. of Physics/ Florida State U
Per Arne Rikvold, Dept. of Physics/ Florida State U, 
Network Growth with Low-Degree Preferential Attachment
Tuesday Evening Session -

Susan and Bruce Sgorbati and Weber, Bennington College
How Deep and Broad are the Laws of Emergence?
Thursday Evening Session - Concepts

Gary Shaffer, Biological Sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University
The K-systems Niche
Thursday Evening Session - Reconstructability Analysis

Sean Shaheen, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Molecular Self-Assembly Processes in Organic Photovoltaic Devices
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Sarah Sheard, Third Millennium Systems LLC
Bridging Systems Engineering and Complex Systems Sciences
Tuesday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Shai Shen-Orr, Harvard University
Yitzhak Pilpel, Weizmann Institute of Science, Craig Hunter, Harvard University, 
Embryonic and Maternal Genes have Different 5’ and 3’ Regulation Complexity
Thursday Afternoon Session - Biological Networks

Muneichi Shibata, Miyagi Respratory and Cardiovascular Center
A whole-body metabolism simulation model
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Physiology

Mitra Shojania Feizabadi, Canisius College
Tracing the behavior of tumor cells during a course of chemotherapy
Poster Session

Leila Shokri, Department of Physics, Northeastern University
Boriana Marintcheva, Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, Charles C. Richardson, Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, Mark C. Williams, Department of Physics, Northeastern University, 
Salt Dependent Binding of T7 Gene 2.5 Protein to DNA from Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Heike Sichtig, Bioengineering, SUNY Binghamton
Craig Laramee, Bioengineering, SUNY Binghamton, Hiroki Sayama, Bioengineering, SUNY Binghamton, 
A Complex Systems Approach to Professional Skills Assessment in Education
Thursday Afternoon Session -

V Anne Smith, School of Biology, University of St Andrews
Bayesian network inference algorithms for recovering networks on multiple biological scales: molecular, neural, and ecological
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Networks

Doug Smith, University of North Dakota Law School
Bifurcation in Social Movements
Thursday Evening Session - Global Systems

Thomas Speller, Doctoral Candidate, MIT Engineering Systems Division
Daniel Whitney, Senior Research Scientist, MIT Engineering Systems Division and Department of Mechanical Engineering, Edward Crawley, MIT Professor in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Dual Professor in the Engineering Systems Division, 
System Architecture Generation based on Le Pont du Gard
Thursday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Blake Stacey, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon
On Motif Statistics in Symmetric Networks
Thursday Afternoon Session - Biological Networks

Bennett Stark, Visiting Scholar, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
The Global Political System: A Dynamical System within the Chaotic Phase, A Case Study of Stuart Kauffman's Complex Adaptive System Theory
Thursday Evening Session - Global Systems

W. David Stephenson, Stephenson Strategies
Networked Homeland Security strategies
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

David Stokes, Modern History, University of St Andrews
V. Anne Smith, Biology, University of St Andrews, 
A complex systems approach to history: correspondence networks among 17th century astronomers
Poster Session

Harold Stone, East Carolina University
The Graphic Display of Normative Values: More Complete Information in Consensus Decisionmaking
Poster Session -

Jeroen Struben, MIT
Identifying challenges for sustained adoption of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure
Tuesday Evening Session - Innovation

Holger Sueltmann, German Cancer Research Center
Delineating breast cancer gene expression networks by RNA interference and global microarray analysis in human tumor cells
Thursday Afternoon Session - Biological Networks

Bela Suki, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University
Fluctuations and noise in respiratory and cell physiology
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Physiology

William Sulis
Session: Alife and Evolution
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Alife and Evolution

William Sulis, McMaster University
Emergence in the Game of Life
Tuesday Evening Session - Alife and Evolution

Cristian Suteanu, Dpt. of Geography and Env. Studies Prog., Saint Mary's Unive
Anisotropy and spatial scaling aspects in the dynamics of evolving dissipative systems with discrete appearance
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Dynamical Methods

Jeff Sutherland, CTO, PatientKeeper, Inc.
Anton Victorov, Project Leader, StarSoft Development Labs, St. Petersburg, Russia, Jack Blount, CTO, SirsiDynix, Provo, UT, US, 
Adaptive Engineering of Large Software Projects with Distributed/Outsourced Teams
Thursday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Hideaki Suzuki, National Institute of Information and Communications Technol
A molecular network rewiring rule that represents spatial constraint
Tuesday Evening Session - Alife and Evolution

Maciej Swat, Biocomplexity Institute / Indiana University
James Glazier, Biocomplexity Institute / Indiana University, 
Cell Level Modeling Using CompuCell3D
Poster Session

Holger Sültmann, German Cancer Research Center
Reverse Phase Protein Arrays for protein quantification in biological samples
Monday Evening Session - Biology



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