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Martin Neumann

Martin Neumann received a Ph.D. in philosophy in 2002 at the university of Osnabrueck. From 2003 until 2007 he worked as a Lecturer at the department for Social Sciences at the University of Osnabrueck. From 2007 until 2009 he was a research assistant at Bayreuth University in the Project 'Emergence in the Loop' funded by the European Commission, in the framework of the initiative 'Simulating Emergent Properties in Complex Systems'. Actually he is Assistant Professor for Social Theory at RWTH Aachen University.

RWTH Aachen University
Inst. for Sociology
Eilfschornsteinstr. 7

Email: mneumann@soziologie.rwth-aachen.de
Web: http://www.soziologie.rwth-aachen.de

Andreas Braun

Andreas Braun studied sociology, political sciences and psychology at the RWTH Aachen University. At the moment he is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Institute of Sociology at the RWTH Aachen University.

RWTH Aachen University
Institute for Sociology
Eilfschornsteinstr. 7
52062 Aachen

Email: abraun@soziologie.rwth-aachen.de

Eva-Maria Heinke

Eva-Maria Heinke is research assistant, doctoral candidate and lecturer at the chair of sociology, RWTH Aachen University. She studied Political Science, Sociology and Psychology at the RWTH Aachen. Her dissertation concentrates on modeling a theory of action aiming at explaining the decision-making process of becoming a terrorist.

RWTH Aachen University
Institute for Sociology
Eilfschornsteinstr. 7
52062 Aachen

Email: eheinke@soziologie.rwth-aachen.de

Mehdi Saqalli

Mehdi Saqalli is a researcher (phD, MSc) working on social and ecological modelling, mostly with agent-based modeling tools, on interactions between past and present rural societies and their ecological and economical environments. He has worked in and for several developing countries, from which Niger is prominent, on socio-ecological issues using such modelling assets and anthropological methodologies. He is now working on a project tending to integrate all the available data and information to rebuild the expansion of the first neolithic farmers in Europe.

Université Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines
47 boulevard Vauban
78280 Guyancourt

Email: msaqalli@res-ear.ch
Web: http://mehdisaqalli.res-ear.ch

Armano Srbljinovic

Armano Srbljinovic is a senior advisor at the Croatian MoD's Institute for Research and Development of Defence Systems. His research interests cover models of social conflicts and the role of emotions in social conflicts and post-conflict societal recovery.

MORH-Institute for Defence Studies, Research and Development,
Ilica 256b
HR-10000 Zagreb

Email: armano.srbljinovic@kc.t-com.hr


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