The CASOS Conference

The purpose of this conference is to explore advances in computational social and organizational science. Of interest is recent work in any of the following areas:

  1. Computational theorizing about complex socio-cognitive-technical systems, including organizations, societies, and technology enhanced environments.
  2. New computational or network based analysis tools for studying socio-cognitive-technological systems, social-psychological, social, organizational, and technological systems.
  3. Empirical tests of computational, mathematical, or logical models.

Presentations are from a combination of invited and submitted papers. Participants need not present a paper. Individuals interested in presenting a paper must submit an extended abstract.

This conference began as the CMOT workshop associated with the ORSA/TIMS meetings in organization science.

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