Contagion on Complex Social Systems (CCSS) 2022 is an interdisciplinary workshop gathering world leaders and young researchers in topics related to modeling of contagion in social systems in order to promote and cross-fertilize various computational and modeling approaches.

Schedule and Zoom info

The schedule is HERE (all times Mountain Time)

The list of titles and abstracts is HERE

Zoom room is, Password: contagion (however, we encourage locals to attend in-person)


When: August 10-12, 2022

Location: University of Colorado Boulder (Workshop will take place in the Discovery Learning Center (DLC))

Type: Single track

Tentative daily schedule: Morning session 9-12, lunch 12-2, Afternoon session 2-5

Partial funding for travel and lodging will be provided for US-based participants while funds last.

Invited Speakers

Jessica Davis, Northeastern University

Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, University of Vermont

Stephen Kissler, Harvard University

Daniel Larremore, University of Colorado at Boulder

Joel Miller, La Trobe University

Heather Zinn Brooks, Harvey Mudd College


The workshop is free to everyone.


Lodging Arrangements

A discounted rate has been arranged with the Embassy Suites in Boulder.


National Science Foundation

Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder

University of Colorado at Boulder, Research and Innovation Office

Organizing Committee

Juan G. Restrepo (co-Chair, CU Boulder), Nicholas Landry (co-Chair, Vermont), Joel Miller (La Trobe), Heather Zinn Brooks (Harvey Mudd), jimi adams (CU Denver), Saray Shai (Wesleyan)