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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)
 

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Franziska Matthaeus, University of Heidelberg
Oliver Ebenhoeh, Humboldt University of Berlin, 
Large-scale analysis of metabolic networks: clustering metabolites by their synthesizing capacities
Monday Evening Session - Biology

Paulo Blikstein, Northwestern University
Uri Wilensky, Northwestern University, 
Learning About Learning: Using Multi-Agent Computer Simulation to Investigate Human Cognition
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Education, Healthcare

Christof Teuscher, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Live and Let Die: Will there be Life after Biologically Inspired Computation?
Tuesday Evening Session - Alife and Evolution

Michael Zeitlin, IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences
Antonina Fedorova, Mathematical Methods in Mechanics Group, IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences, 
Localization and fusion modeling in plasma physics: mathframework for non-equilibrium hierarchies
Tuesday Evening Session -

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
Tuesday Evening Session -

Chris Wright, USGS Center for Earth Resources Observation and Science
Lotka-Volterra community organization increases with added trophic complexity
Thursday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology



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