13th MIT-UAlbany System Dynamics Research Colloquium
Friday, November 10, 2006
Rudolf Room
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy

University at Albany

Organizers: Ryan Taylor (UAlbany) and John Lyneis (MIT)

Time Presentation Speaker
9:00 AM Networking and Coffee  
9:45 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks Ryan Taylor
10:00 AM Exploring learning behavior in signal detection tasks through system dynamics: preliminary model results. April Roggio
10:45 AM Forming Collective Judgment from Limited Information: A Study of the Federal Open Market Committee’s Decision Making Process Hyunjung Kim
11:30 AM Turning Knowledge Into Assets: The Dynamics of Standardization and Reuse in Professional Services John Lyneis
12:15 PM Lunch  
1:00 PM Integrating System Dynamics Principles into an Established Computable General Equilibrium Model: Is this a good idea? Travis Frank
1:45 PM Noodles or Spaghetti? The Adventures of an Innocent in Causal Mapping and Modeling with the Reluctant and Bewildered Don Robadue
2:30 PM An Endogenous Reinforcing Feedback Loop in Simple Model for Energy Prices Tim Havel
3:15 PM Networking and Coffee   
3:30 PM A System Dynamics Approach to Redundancy Problems in the Domain of Security Navid Ghaffarzadegan
4:15 PM Closing Remarks and Dinner at Pump Station   


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