8:30 am Session I
8:30-8:40 am Introductions
8:40-8:45 am David Bennett
Dependent on Which Path? Complexity and Agent-Based Modeling
8:45-8:50 am Daniel G. Brown
Combining Spatial-Temporal Data with Behavioral Models Helps Us Better Understand Spatial Process
8:50-8:55 am Suzana Dragicevic
A Perspective on Voxel-Based Geographic Automata
8:55-9:00 am Bin Jiang
The Third Definition of Fractal
9:00-9:05 am Eun-Kyeong Kim
Burstiness Measure as a New Exploratory Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis Statistic
9:05-9:10 am David O’Sullivan
Simple Simulation Models as a Complexity ‘Pattern Language’
9:10-9:15 am Mir Abolfazl Mostafavi
CAMUSS: The State of the Art in Cellular Automata
9:15-9:20 am Raja Sengupta
What Can We Learn from Big Data?  Behavioural Rule Extraction from Animal Movement Databases
9:20-9:25 am Clio Andris
System Resiilance and Collapse as a Function of the Informed Agent
9:25-9:40 am Questions for Lightning Talk presenters
9:40-10:10 am Bin Jiang
A Complex-Network Perspective on Alexander’s Wholeness
10:10 am Coffee Break
10:30 am Session II
10:30-11:00 am Patrick Bitterman and David Bennett
Leveraging Coupled Agent-Based Models to Explore the Resilience of Tightly-Coupled Land Use Systems
11:00-11:30 am Xiongbing Jin
MIRACLE: A Prototype Cloud-Based Reproducible Data Analysis and Visualization Platform for Outputs of Agent-Based Models
11:30 am-12 pm Xi Liu and Clio Andris
Migrant Routing in the U.S. Urban System
12:00-12:30 pm Taylor Anderson and Suzana Dragicevic
Geospatial Agent-Based Approach for Modelling Pest-Parasitoid Dynamics of Forest Insect Infestation
12:30 pm Lunch (at Marriott Restaurant Cafeteria – Included with Registration)
1:30 pm Session III
1:30-2:00 pm Caglar Koylu
Extracting and Visualizing Geo-Social Semantics from the User Mention Network on Twitter
2:00-2:30 pm Francis Oolo and Gundrun Wallentin
An Adaptive Agent-Based Model of Homing Pigeons: A Genetic Algorithm Approach
2:30-3:00 pm T. Martin Smyth
Spatial Informants of Modeled Phenomena: A Geospatial Analysis of Civil Violence during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011
3:00 pm Coffee Break
3:30 pm Session IV
3:30-4:00 pm Martin Cenek and Maxwell Franklin
Developing High Fidelity, Data Driven, Verified Agent Based Models of Coupled Socio-Ecological Systems of Alaska Fisheries
4:00-4:30 pm Wrapup and Discussion on future of the ABCs.
6:00 pm Ice Breaker for GIScience 2016 at McGill Faculty Club