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ViNOrg'14 - Intern. Conf. on Virtual and Networked Organizat

Postby Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha » Thu Oct 23, 2014 4:57 pm

CALL FOR PAPERS / EXTENDED ABSTRACTS
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ViNOrg 14
3rd International Conference on Virtual and Networked Organizations
Emergent Technologies and Tools

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Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal
November 5-7, 2014
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Abstract submission deadline: October 31, 2014
Notifications of acceptance within 3 days after submission
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http://2100projects.org/conferences/vinorg14/
vinorg@2100projects.org
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conference chairs:
Goran D. Putnik, University of Minho, Portugal
Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal
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Digital Government and Wicked Problems

Postby Luis Luna-Reyes » Tue Oct 21, 2014 10:17 am

Call for Papers

16th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research
Digital Government and Wicked Problems:
Climate Change, Urbanization, and Inequality

May 27-30, 2015
School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University
Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Visit the dgo.2015 website: http://dgo2015.dgsociety.org/

Key Deadlines - 2015
January 15 - Papers, workshops, tutorials, and panel proposals due
March 1 - Application deadline for doctoral colloquium
March 1 - Paper, workshop, tutorial, and panel proposal notifications
March 15 - Posters and demo proposals due
March 15 - Revise and resubmit due
April 1 - Acceptance notifications
April 5 - Camera-ready manuscripts due
April 15 - Early Registration closes!

Track Themes (click here for more details)
Track 1. Social Media and Government
Track 2. Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts
Track 3. Open Government, Open data, and Collaboration
Track 4. Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government
Track 5. Digital Government and (In)Equality
Track 6. Technology, Governance, and Solutions to Natural and Manmade Crisis
Track 7. Emerging Topics

Submission Types and Formats (click here for more details)
Research papers (maximum 10 pages) – Blind review
Management, Case Study, or Policy papers (maximum 6 pages)
Panel descriptions (maximum 4 pages)
Posters (maximum 2 pages)
System demonstrations (maximum 2 pages)
Pre-Conference tutorial proposals (maximum 2 pages)
Pre-Conference workshop proposals (maximum 2 pages)
Doctoral colloquium application (maximum 10 pages)


* Proceedings included in the ACM digital library
** Selected Papers may be published in special issues of Government Information Quarterly, Information Polity, International Journal of E-Planning Research
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Conference on Systemic Analysis in Economics

Postby Roberta Spencer » Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:48 pm

Member and Russian Chapter Representative Natalia Lychkina invites System Dynamicists to participate in the upcoming International Research Conference on Systemic Analysis in Economics to be held November 13-14, 2014 in Moscow. Join in several opportunities for the themes of Theory of Social and Economic Systems, Methods for Systemic Modelling, Systemic Analysis in Solving Social and Economic Problems, Social and Economic Cybernetics, and System Measurement and Soft Computing. Conference working languages will be in English and Russian. For more information including registration information, please visit the conference website.
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SNEA Planning Association deadline: October 8

Postby Roberta Spencer » Mon Oct 06, 2014 10:49 am

The deadline to register for the Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) Conference's student involvement opportunities is Wednesday, October 8. The conference will be held in Providence on October 23 & 24.

Don't miss this chance to share your work and network with professionals in a range of planning fields. You DO NOT have to be enrolled an accredited planning program to participate. For further information please see the previous post http://systemdynamics.org/forum/viewtop ... &t=4#p2349.

Thank you,
Emily Vander Does
Economic Development Consultant | Community Development Training Institute
http://www.cdtraininginstitute.org | evanderdoes@cdtraininginstitute.org
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25th Systems Thinking in Action Conference

Postby Roberta Spencer » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:47 am

Systems Thinking in Action+ DC 2014 Conference with the theme ‘Systems of Wellbeing’ will be held November 5 – 9, 2014 in Washington DC. Systems Thinking has long been established as a discipline, a lens, and a set of tools necessary to create long-term, sustainable solutions, especially when focused on solving problems. The conference goal is to go beyond problem solving and start imagining healthy, thriving individuals, communities and families, and organizations and institutions that promote wellbeing. Where is there leverage for wellness? Where is positive change emerging in our world? And what would it look like if we were to redesign systems, big and small, to facilitate wellness and wellbeing? Keynote speakers include Glenda Eoyang, David Stein and Maria Seddio, David Peter Stroh, Marilee Adams, and Victor Garcia.
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EURAM’15 - Entrepreneurship SIG track

Postby Roberta Spencer » Wed Oct 01, 2014 10:46 am

The EURAM (European Academy of Management) Conference will be held in Warsaw, Poland in mid-June 2015. Please see the CfP and specifically the Call for Papers to the business simulation topic within the Entrepreneurship SIG track. The title of this track is Visionary entrepreneurship in complex worlds: Computer modeling, business games and scenario analysis. Co-proponent for the Entrepreneurship SIG and Society member Stefano Armenia states “It is a great occasion for System Dynamics people in Europe to attend a great management conference and for our community to spread out and disseminate in a very large attendance event (usually around 1500 attendees).” Submissions will be done on-line on the EURAM 2015 website from December 1, 2014 till January 13, 2015. For more information, please visit the EURAM’15 Conference website www.euram2015.org.
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Call for Posters: SNEAPA 2014 Conference

Postby Roberta Spencer » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:02 am

From Emily Vander Does
Economic Development Consultant, Community Development Training Institute
evanderdoes@cdtraininginstitute.org

I'm contacting you on behalf of the Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) conference's student involvement sub-committee. SNAPAP's annual conference will be in Providence, Rhode Island on October 23 and 24 (http://www.sneapa.org/) and has several opportunities for student involvement. This is a great opportunity for students of System Dynamics to share their planning related work. Please circulate this among your students.
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Student Opportunities September 2014.pdf
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SNEAPA 2014 Student Volunteer Form.docx
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SNEAPA 2014 Display Competition Form.docx
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Join the Delft Conference conversation at #ISDC14 !

Postby Roberta Spencer » Fri Jul 11, 2014 4:41 pm

During #ISDC14 we want to create a more engaging conference by using social media.

Join the live conversation at the Delft conference via Twitter by using the hashtag #ISDC14. Share the excitement, post inspiring quotes, ask questions, provide feedback, engage by using #ISDC14 as the conference happens. Onsite, the conversation will be visible, so if you are not attending, please join in and follow the conversation from home! Make sure you are already following our Twitter account on https://twitter.com/S_D_Society. If you do not have a Twitter account, please sign-up.

During and after this year’s conference, use the ISDC LinkedIn and Facebook pages. Follow the conference happenings while participants load conference reports and blogs on the LinkedIn System Dynamics Conference group. Reports will also be displayed at the conference. We expect some pictures will also be shared.

Some fun onsite: the best e-participant at the conference will be rewarded. Make sure you are part of the conversation!
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Re: Conferences

Postby Dorien DeTombe » Tue Jul 08, 2014 4:16 am

― Call for Papers ―
Central European Journal of Operations Research Special Issue on International Aspects of OR

At the occasion of the
20th Triennial Conference of the International Federation of
Operational Research Societies (IFORS), Barcelona (July 13-18, 2014) (www.ifors2014.org).

At the occasion of the 20th Triennial Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS XX), in Barcelona, Spain, July 13-18, 2014 (www.ifors2014.org), the Central European Journal of Operations Research (CEJOR) invites submissions of papers to a special issue on OR. The special issue will focus on theoretical and applied contributions in fields such as Energy/Environment and Climate, Methodology of Societal Complexity, OR for Developing Countries, and Behavioral OR.

Submission deadline of full papers: November 1, 2014

Topics are drawn from, but not limited to, the following fields of OR:
• Optimization, Control Theory & System Dynamics,
• Decision Analysis, Decision Support Systems (i.e., Policy Analytics) ,
• Emerging Applications of OR (i.e., Humanitarian Operations Research, Recent Advances in Earthquake Studies and Geoscience Applications),
• Energy / Environment and Climate,
• Methodology of Societal Complexity
• Location, Logistics, Transportation, Traffic,
• Operational Research Education, History, Ethics, and Behavioral OR,
• OR in Health & Life Sciences,
• OR in Natural Resources,
• OR for Development and Developing Countries.
In any submission related to of those fields, the relation to International Aspects of OR needs to be demonstrated.
The Central European Journal of Operations Research is abstracted and indexed in the following databases: ABS Academic Journal Quality Guide, Academic OneFile, Business Source, Current Abstracts, Digital Mathematics Registry, E‐JEL, EconLit, Google Scholar, International Abstracts in Operations Research, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Mathematical Reviews, OCLC,
Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions, TOC Premier, VINITI ‐ Russian Academy of Science, Zentralblatt Math.
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Guest Editors: Ulrike Reisach, Dorien DeTombe, Gerhard‐Wilhelm Weber
Important Dates: Submission deadline of full papers: November 1, 2014.
Submission Details: Researchers in the above mentioned fields are cordially invited to submission. Participants of IFORS XX are the primary target group, but also others may submit. The format of manuscripts for Central European Journal of Operations Research (CEJOR) as well as guidelines and templates can be found on the following web page: http://www.springer.com/business+&+mana ... rnal/10100.
All contributions will be rigorously refereed and a certain number of submissions selected. For submission of your paper and in case of any question please contact by e‐mail one of the following guest editors:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Reisach
Neu‐Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Information Management Faculty
Intercultural Management and Corporate Communications
Wileystraße 1
D‐89231 Neu‐Ulm, Germany
Email: ulrike.reisach@hs‐neu‐ulm.de http://www.hs‐neu‐ulm.de/en/ulrike‐reisach/

Prof. Dr. Dorien DeTombe (MSc.Ph.D.)
Chair International Research Society on
Methodology of Societal Complexity
P.O. Box. 3286
NL‐1001 AB Amsterdam
The Netherlands, Europe Email: DeTombe@nosmo.nl
http://www.complexitycourse.org/doriendetombe.html

Prof. Dr. Gerhard‐Wilhelm Weber
Middle East Technical University (METU)
Institute for Applied Mathematics (UME)
06651 Ankara
Turkey
E‐mail: gweber@metu.edu.tr http://iam.metu.edu.tr/gerhard‐wilhelm‐webercv


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Re: Conferences

Postby Lees Stuntz » Wed May 28, 2014 10:01 am

Systems Thinking and Dynamic Modeling Conference for K-12 Education, June 28-30, Wellesley, MA.(http://www.clexchange.org/news/conferen ... erence.asp) System dynamics aligns well with the Common Core State Standards (read more about SD and the Common Core (http://www.clexchange.org/curriculum/st ... oncore.asp) or attend a workshop on this topic at the conference), sometimes the options available overwhelm. How can it all be integrated into our learning environments? How can we scaffold learning for children to make system dynamics a more powerful tool?

Peter Senge and Tracy Benson will be giving a keynote: So now what? Integrating what we have learned into learning environments.
Linda Booth Sweeney, Brad Morrison, and others will address, What skills do kids need to complement and enhance SD to make meaning and gain knowledge?
George Richardson and Peter Hovmand will discuss the challenges of group modeling with their talk, Group Modeling: Theory and Practice.

All these topics and more will be addressed at this year's ST/DM Conference. The program is available on the CLE website (http://www.clexchange.org/)
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