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Computational Social Science Society

Dear colleague,

We are pleased to announce the establishment of the new Computational Social Science Society (called CSSS, or “C-triple-S”), officially registered in Washington DC on 16 December, 2009, as a 501 (c)(3) scientific non-profit professional organization to serve members in our field of computational social science. This new organization originated at the last meeting of NAACSOS, when the gathered members unanimously moved to establish the new CSSS and elect officers to provide for continuity of leadership and build on NAACSOS’ best past accomplishments.

President: Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, George Mason University ccioffi@gmu.edu Vice-President: William Griffin, Arizona State University William.Griffin@asu.edu Secretary: Charles Macal, Argonne National Laboratory macal@anl.gov Treasurer: Corinne Coen, Case Western Reserve University cac155@case.edu Executive Director: Jim Hightower, California State University, Fullerton jhightower@fullerton.edu Newsletter Editor: Douglas A. Samuelson, InfoLogix samuelsondoug@yahoo.com Membership Coordinator: Michael North, Argonne Laboratory north@anl.gov

Several efforts are currently underway and additional information will be available soon:

A new CSSS website is being developed CSSS will hold its annual conference on November 5-6, 2010, at Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, including keynote speakers, papers, posters, and the annual CSSS membership meeting—save the dates! Membership will be available in various categories (individual professional, student, institutional, corporate, etc.) A Newsletter will disseminate information about events, publications, and other items of interest to the community A new Journal is being developed

CSSS President Claudio Cioffi is working with the leadership group and volunteers on these and other initiatives for the purpose of providing membership services as early as feasible. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available. We thank you for your interest and support, hoping to see you at the 2010 Annual Conference of the CSSS in November!

—Washington, DC, February 11, 2010

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