June 19 Arts Humanities and Complex Networks Leonardo Day

Friends of Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks,

We have a number of exciting news, regarding
the registration and program for our satellite at NetSci2012, June 19
our dedicated Special Section in Leonardo Journal,
and our brand new eBook from MIT-Press:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007S0UA9Q

PLEASE REGISTER NOW at
http://ahcn2012.eventbrite.com/ for

Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks
– 3rd Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci2012

on Tuesday, June 19, 2012
at Kellogg School of Management on Northwestern University campus
in Evanston/IL, near Chicago/IL on the shores of Lake Michigan.

ANNOUNCING OUR 2012 SPEAKERS:

 

featuring keynotes Burak Arikan (NYC/Istanbul), Pedro Cano (bmat.com),
and Miriah Meyer (Utah); contributors Marco Büchler (Leipzig), Nan Cao
(Hong Kong), Greg Crane (Tufts), James G. Ennis (Tufts), Gerhard Heyer
(Leipzig), Yu-Ru Lin (Northeastern/Harvard), Hoyt Long (Chicago),
Eliah Meeks (Stanford), Richard Jean So (Chicago), and Katharina Anna
Zweig (Heidelberg). In addition Maximilian Schich (ETH Zurich) will
moderate a panel discussion featuring Albert-László Barabási
(Northeastern), Petter Holme (Umeå), Cristián Huepe (Northwestern),
Isabel Meirelles (Northeastern), as well as Dean Julio M. Ottino
(Northwestern).

Attending the symposium is free of charge, but requires registration.
Tickets are given out in a first come, first serve basis, to both
NetSci2012 and WebSci2012 main conference attendees as well as
external guests. Please be aware that registration MAY FILL UP FAST.

FOR THE FULL PROGRAMM and more information please go to

http://artshumanities.netsci2012.net

PLEASE ALSO CHECK OUT OUR LATEST SPECIAL SECTION IN LEONARDO JOURNAL at

http://www.mitpressjournals.org/toc/leon/45/3

… AND TAKE A LOOK AT OUR BRAND NEW KINDLE EBOOK at
http://ahcncompanion.info/ or http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007S0UA9Q

We are enthusiastically looking forward to meet you at Lake Michigan,

The Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks organizers,
Maximilian Schich, Roger Malina, Isabel Meirelles, and Cristián Huepe
artshumanities.netsci@gmail.com

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