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Burton Voorhees, Athabasca University
Paradigms of Order
Thursday Evening Session - Concepts

David Garelick, northeastern university
Particles traveling faster than the speed of light
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Roxana Wright, Keene State University
Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University, Jonathan Post, Computer Futures, Inc., 
Path Dependence, Transformation and Convergence- A Mathematical Model of Transition to Market
Thursday Afternoon Session - Global Systems

Fred M. Discenzo, Rockwell Automation
Dukki Chung, Rockwell Automation, 
Power scavenging enables maintenance-free wireless sensor nodes
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Engineering

Vivian Halpern, Department of Physics, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Precursors of a phase transition in a simple model system
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

May Lim, NECSI and Brandeis University
Dan Braha, NECSI and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Sanith Wijesinghe, NECSI, Stephenson Tucker, Sandia National Laboratory, Yaneer Bar-Yam, NECSI, 
Preferential Detachment: Improving Connectivity and Cost Trade-offs in Signaling Networks
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Engineering

Chi-Kuo Mao, Institute of Business and Management, National Chiao Tung Un
Principles of Organization Change -- A Complex System Perspective
Tuesday Evening Session - Leadership

Dmitry Chistilin, Institute World Economy and Internetional Relations
Principles of self-organization and sustainable development of the world economy are the basis of global security
Tuesday Evening Session -

Gerald H Thomas, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Keelan Kane,
Prisonner's Dilemma in a Dynamic Game Theory
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Game Theory

Martin Greiner, Siemens AG
Proactive robustness control of heterogeneously loaded networks
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Engineering

Joseph Johnson, University of South Carolina
Professor
Wednesday Afternoon Session -



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