Claudio Cioffi, George Mason University, is founder and director of the Center for Social Complexity, a professor of Computational Social Science, and author. His recent work is the textbook Introduction to Computational Science. More information.
Stephen Eubank, Virginia Tech, is deputy director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory, a professor and author. More information.
Steven Kimbrough, Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, is a professor and author with interests in the fields of electronic commerce (and formal languages for business communication), knowledge and information management, and computational rationality. More information.
Blake LeBaron, Brandeis University, is a professor, author, and specialist in high-technology finance whose research deals with domestic and international financial markets. More information.
Sean Luke, George Mason University, is a professor in the Department of Computer Science, author, and associate director of the Center for Social Complexity. More information.
Leigh Tesfatsion, Iowa State University, is a professor and author whose primary specialty is the study of economic processes as critical components of coupled natural and human systems. More information.