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Christophe Sibertin-Blanc

Christophe Sibertin-Blanc is full Professor at the Social Sciences University of Toulouse and member of the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse. In 80es, he was one of the pioneers in the design and implementation of formalisms integrating the Petri net theory and concepts of the object oriented approach. Now he is working on protocols, coordination and the organizational level in Multiagents systems and, together with sociologists, on the formal modeling, simulation and analysis of social organizations, with applications especially in the domain of natural resources.

2 rue du Doyen G. Marty
Toulouse cedex 9

Email: sibertin@ut-capitole.fr
Web: http://www.irit.fr/~Christophe.Sibertin-Blanc/

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Pascal Roggero

Pascal Roggero is professor of sociology at the University of Toulouse 1-Capitole and member of LEREPS. The work of French thinker of complexity, Edgar Morin, is a major reference for him. Looking for ways to represent complex processes, he initiated the project SocLab which he is responsible for sociology. His empirical objects are organizations, territories and public policies.

2 place du Doyen G. Marty
31042 - Toulouse cedex 9

Email: pascal.roggero@univ-tlse1.fr
Web: http://appliphp.univ-tlse1.fr/LEREPS/spip/

Françoise Adreit

Françoise Adreit is Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Mirail University in Toulouse (France) and member of the SMAC (Systèmes Multi-Agents Coopératifs) team in the laboratory of Computer Science of Toulouse (IRIT). She works on complex systems and social organizations modeling and simulation with multi-agent systems.

5 allées Antonio Machado
31058 TOULOUSE Cedex 9

Email: adreit@univ-tlse2.fr
Web: http://www.irit.fr/~Francoise.Adreit/

Bertrand Baldet

Bertrand Baldet is Doctor in sociology from the Toulouse University, under the supervision of P. Roggero. He specializes in the analysis of public policy in the environmental field and ways of governing rivers and their watersheds. He is currently manager of Alliance Française at Limassol (Chyprus).

4, Leontiou Machaira
3041 Limassol

Email: bertrandbaldet@hotmail.com

Paul Chapron

Paul Chapron is currently a postdoc at the Géographie-cités laboratory, Paris. He completed his PhD in computer sciences in 2012 at the University of Toulouse Capitole : "Social Organizations modeling : structural properties, behaviors regulation and evolution". He is interested in organizational sociology modeling, demographic dynamics modeling and more generaly in socio-spatial simulation.

68 rue Pernetyy
75014 Paris

Email: paul.chapron@gmail.com
Web: http://paul.chapron@gmail.com

Joseph El-Gemayel

Joseph El-Gemayel is Ph.D. student in Computer Science at the University of Toulouse under the supervision of Pr. Christophe Sibertin-Blanc, and temporary assistant professor at the Institute of Political Studies of Toulouse. His Ph.D. is about the rationality of social actors within organizations: how an actor is likely to behave in an organization? Which are the actors' rationalities that lead an organization to regulate in a Nash, equalitarian or elitist configuration?

2 place du Doyen G. Marty
31042 - Toulouse cedex 9

Email: joseph.elgemayel@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.irit.fr/-Publications-?code=6080&nom=El%20Gemayel%20Joseph

Matthias Mailliard

Matthias Mailliard got a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Toulouse, France. His main research topic concerns the role of exchange and power relations in social organizations. He is actually working on structured musical knowledge for exchanges in open social networks as leader of the WeMuzik project.

United Kingdom

Email: matthias.mailliard@gmail.com

Sandra Sandri

Sandra Sandri obtained a degree in Computer Science (Bacharelado em Ciências da Computação) from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (1980), a MSc in Computer Science from the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research - INPE (1985) and a PhD in Informatics from the University Toulouse III (Paul Sabatier) (1991). She is a senior researcher in Artificial Intelligence at INPE. Her main interests lie in the Management of imperfect Information with extensive work in Possibility and Fuzzy Sets Theories.

Av. dos Astronautas, 1758
São José dos Campos, SP, 12227-010

Email: sandri.at.lac.inpe.br@gmail.com


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