2010 Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science
Alas, as always we again had a large number of
very well-focused, high quality applicants.
We inevitably end up being limited more by our capacity to
effective work with the group than by the quality of the applicants.
Over the past few years we have found that the workshop is much
more productive when we can identify students with interests that
with one another and the faculty. If you did not get in to the
it was most likely because we were unable to identify this overlap,
and not because we felt your skills or project had little potential.
Please feel free to apply to next year's
workshop, and in the interim
keep in touch with us and the web site.
The following students will participate in the 2010
Graduate Workshop in Computational Modeling, held in
Santa Fe, New Mexico:
Florian Artinger, Adaptive Behavior and Cognition, Max Planck Institute for Human Development (email@example.com)
Joslyn Barnhart, Political Science, UCLA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alexander Funcke, Evolutionary Culture, Stockholm University (email@example.com)
Thomas Grund, Sociology, Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Navid Hassanpour, Political Science, Yale (email@example.com)
Dana Jackman, Natural Resources, Michigan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jasmin Kominek, Social Science, U. of Hamburg (email@example.com)
Santiago Olivella, Political Science, Washington University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sasha Romanosky, Information Systems and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon (email@example.com)
John H. Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org