Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Wednesday morning version of the timetable


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Theme
Context, Positions and Approaches
Models and Underpinnings
Models and Applications
Applications, Open Questions, Directions  and Issues
What next?

9:00
Registration and Coffee
Mario Paolucci and Francisco Grimaldo: developing simulation models of peer review
Alexander Petersen: Quantifying the role of teamwork and reputation
Ingo Scholtes: lessons from open source and citations
Elena Mas Tur: Diffusion of scientific knowledge: a percolation model
Diego Garlaschelli: long-term cultural diversity and short-term collective behaviour
Janusz Holyst: Information slows down hierarchy growth
Breakout groups: further initiatives and funding opportunities

10.00
Introduction to the Lorentz Centre

Nicolas Payette: a survey of previous models

10.30
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break

11.00
Invited Speaker: Katy Börner
Free discussion period around simulations
Free discussion period around simulations
Free discussion period around simulations
Invited Speaker: Paul Thagard

12.30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Farewell Lunch

14.00
Brief Introduction to the workshop by organisers
Bruce Edmonds:  incorporating cognitive dissonance with social influence

Coffee break

Free discussion period around simulations
Free discussion period or relaxation
Andre Martins: Theory Acceptance
Bulent Ozel: Individual Cognitive
Structures and Collaboration in Science
Possible extended discussions

Poster Presentations of all participants

15.30
Coffee break
Coffee break

16.00 –
17.00
Frank Schweitzer: Beyond simulating science
Loet Leydesdorff: The exchanges of expectations in scholarly discourse
Short presentations on arising issues from the discussions so far and Open Discussion

17.00 – 17.30
Plenary reports of discussions / developments

Evening
Welcome drinks

Social dinner


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