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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

Otu Mesembe, Dept. of Anatomy, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, Univers
Anozeng Igiri, Dept. of Anatomy, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar - Nigeria, 
Behavioural teratogenic effects of prenatal nicotine exposure in mice offspring
Tuesday Afternoon Session -

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

Martin Zwick, Portland State University
Alan Mishchenko, Department of EECS, University of California Berkeley, 
Binary Decision Diagrams and Crisp Possibilistic Reconstructability Analysis
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Mathematical Methods

Clement McGowan, Mitretek Systems, Inc.
Biological Event Modeling for Response Planning
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Disease

Gerald H Thomas, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Hector Sabelli, Chicago Center for Creative Development, Lazar Kovacevic, Chicago Center for Creative Development, Louis Kauffman, University of Illinois at Chicago, 
Biotic patterns in the Schrödinger’s equation and the early universe
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Alife and Evolution

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

George Basile, Thrive UNL
Blind Spot: why the most important problems of the 21st century are invisible
Wednesday Afternoon Session -

David Garelick, physics, northeastern university
Body sway technology
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Physiology

Majida Albakoor, Aleppo University
Fadel Sukkar, Aleppo University, 
BPCC-based approach for arabic letters recognition
Wednesday Afternoon Session -

Konstantin L Kouptsov, Wolfram Research Inc.
Irina Topchiy, Harvard University Medical Center, David Rector, School of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University, 
Brain synchronization during sleep
Thursday Evening Session - Neural dynamics

Arnab Majumdar, Center for Polymer Studies, Dept. of Physics and Dept of Bio
Adriano M. Alencar, Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University , Sergey V. Buldyrev, Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University , Zoltán Hantos, Department of Medical Informatics and Engineering, and Institute of Surgical Research, University of Szeged, Hungary, H. Eugene Stanley, Center for Polymer Studies and Dept. of Physics, Boston University, Béla Suki, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University , 
Branching asymmetry in the lung airway tree
Thursday Evening Session - Neural dynamics

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

Madalena Costa, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical Schoo
Ary Goldberger, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical School, C.-K. Peng, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical School, 
Broken asymmetry of the human heartbeat: loss of time irreversibility in aging and disease
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Physiology



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