Poster Presentations

  1. Gary An, University of Chicago Insights into Core Epistemological Issues in Biomedical Research through the Use of Computational Modeling and Simulation: Addressing the Fallacy of Ontological Truth and Learning to Deal with Incompleteness
  2. Anthony Landreth and Alcino Silva, UCLA Data-Driven Philosophy of Experiment in Neuroscience
  3. Martin Vezer, University of Western Ontario Experimentation, Computer Simulations and Climate Change
  4. Aaron Bramson, University of Michigan Clarifying Cross-Level Causation
  5. Dennis Tafoya, CompCite, Incorporated Simulations and the Application of Complexity Theory to Study Human Social Systems: Epistemological Issues Associated with the Use of Simulations in a Study of the Emergence and Self-Organization of Labor Unions
  6. David Whitcomb, University of Pittsburgh Going MAD: A “Matrix Academic Division” Based on Reverse Engineering and Multi- Dimensional Modeling to Lead a Paradigm Shift from Koch’s Postulates to Personalized Medicine
  7. James Koopman, Erik Volz, Edward Ionides, and Ian Spicknall, University of Michigan Inference Robustness Assessment Using Complex System Models
  8. Nathan Menke and Tarynn Witten, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center and Virginia Commmonwealth University The Utility of Computational Models for Translational Medicine
  9. Delia Shelton and Hamid Ekbia, Indiana University Umweltian Empirical Studies and Developmental Situated-Embodied Agents: Computational Models of Group Behavior
  10. Alex Welte, Wim Delva, and Reshma Kassanjee, South African Centre for Epidemiological Modeling and Analysis Inferring Dynamical Rules vs. Inferring Instantaneous System States: The Case of Disease Surveillance with a Focus on HIV Incidence
  11. Wim Delva and Alex Welte, South African Centre for Epidemiological Modeling and Analysis Roadblocks and Detours from Models to Health Policy: Early, Wide-Scale Antiretroviral Treatment for HIV Prevention as an Example
  12. Ahmet Erdemir, Cleveland Clinic Knowledge Discovery through Computational Biomechanics: When We Cannot (or Do Not Want To) Measure
  13. Nina Atanasova, University of Cincinnati Explanations, Models, and Simulations in Neuroscience
  14. Roy Heidelberg and Anand Desai, Ohio State University Simulation Rules
  15. James Millingtona, David O’Sullivanb, George Perryc, and David Demerittd, King’s College Londona,d and University of Aucklandb,c “Generative” Simulation Modelling and Its Narrative Properties
  16. John Stamper, Carnegie Mellon University What Does the Student Really Know? Discovering and Validating Cognitive Models of Student Knowledge
  17. Richard Boyce, University of Pit tsburgh The Drug Interaction Knowledge Base: An Evidential Approach to Predicting Metabolic Drug-Drug Interactions
  18. Marion Vorms and Anouk Barberousse, for Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Centre National de la Recherche Scientique, France About the Empirical Warrants of Computer-Based Scientific Knowledge
  19. William Larivierea, Inna Belferb, Donald McBurneyc, and Carey Balaband, Univerisity of Pittsburgh School of Medicineab, University of Pittsburghc,d Modeling Pain and Sensory Phenomena with a Dynamic Mathematical Model Capable of Parsing Individual Differences and Explaining Several Natural Sensory Phenomena
  20. Vincent Ardourel, IHPST, Paris Simulations of Differential Equations: Could Analog Machines Compute More Efficiently than Digital Machines?
  21. Steven Bankes, BAE Systems Deep Validation and the Epistemology of Modeling and Simulation
  22. Alirio Rosales, University of British Columbia, and Steven Peck, Brigham Young University From Narratives to Simulations: The Case of Sewall Wright’s Shifting Balance
  23. John Wainwright, University of Sheffield, UK Between Worlds, Between Worldviews: Simulating Past Landscape Evolution
  24. Ethan Huang and Chia-Ling Kuo, University of Pittsburgh and National Institute of Health Fourier Pat terns Represent Tone-Burst and Click Response Latencies in Auditory Nerve Fibers
  25. Giovanni Camardi, University of Catania, Italy The Scientific Status of Computational Models: the Role of the Theory of Computation and the Theory of Information
  26. Whit Schonbein, College of Charleston Minimal Computational Models and Cognitive Science
  27. Joseph Giampapa, Carnegie Mellon University A Framework for Modeling and Simulating Human Cyber-Physical Systems
  28. Thomas Breuer, Research Center PPE, FH Vorarlberg, Austria General Equlibrium Models of the Leverage Cycle: In Search of Experimental Evidence
  29. Jonathan Waskan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign How Technology Recapitulates Phylogeny
  30. Sebastian Zacharias and Moritz Lenel, Max Planck Institute for History of Science and University of Mannheim, School of Law and Economics Models as Representatives, Simulations as Tentative Transfers: A Case Study of the Successes and Failures of the Solow–Swan Growth Model
  31. Kim Wong, University of Pittsburgh The Approximate Pursuit of Rigorous Science
  32. William Goodwin, Rowan University Model Dynamics: The Development of Mechanistic Models of Chemical Reactions
  33. Paul Andrewsa, Fiona Polackb, Adam Sampsonc, Susan Stepneyd, and Jon Timmise, University of Yorkabde and University of Kentc, UK Using Models in Complex Systems Simulation
  34. Vanathi Gopalakrishnan, University of Pit tsburgh Model Validity and Verification in the Context of Learning Classification Rules from Biomedical Data
  35. Robert Moir, University of Western Ontario Dynamics Backward: Backward Error Analysis for Ordinary Differential Equations
  36. Roger Day, University of Pittsburgh Challenges of Realism and Validation in Simulation with a Big Intervention Space