Conference Talks

Conference Presentations:

  • Finance and Security – a shared technology of discrimination? Philip Garnett, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London, September 2016.
  • Chasing Rainbows: A search for transparency in the use and design of security and financial algorithms. IAMCR Pre-conference, Surveillance and Security in the Age of Algorithmic Communication, Leicester, July 2016.
  • Access Obfuscation and Soft Denial, Management History Research Group annual meeting, Sheffield, July 2016.
  • Vectorising the Human. Living with algorithms (invited talk), June 2016.
  • The Hillards-Files. Philip Garnett, Simon Mollan. Economic and Business History Conference, Montreal, May 2016.
  • Vectorising the Human. Philip Garnett. Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, March-April 2016.
  • Past and Future Data: The New Hillards-Files. Philip Garnett, Simon Mollan. MOHRG Winter School, University of York, December 2015.
  • Total Systemic Failure. Philip Garnett. Royal Geographical Society Conference, Exeter, September 2015.
  • Mining for Networks. Philip Garnett, Simon Mollan, Kevin Tennet, Chris Corker, Matthew Hollow and Katherine Newling. NetSci 2105, Berkeley, US, June 2015.
  • Hillards, Philip Garnett & Simon Mollan, Management History Working Group 2105, University of York, Summer 2015.
  • Connections and comparisons between British banking and international mining firms, 1900-78 – preliminary findings. Simon Mollan & Philip Garnett (presenter), Economic History Society Annual Conference, University of Wolverhampton, March 2015.
  • Language Evolution in Management Studies. Philip Garnett, Timothy Clark, Mike Wright. Management History Research Group, London, July 2014.
  • The Language of Management: a longitudinal study of word usage in leading management journals from 1960. Philip Garnett, Timothy Clark, Mike Wright. York University, July 2014.
  • Complex Beyond Regulation. Financial Crime, Corruption and the Global Financial Crisis: What is the role of regulation? Philip Garnett, Global Policy Journal and Durham University, June 2014.
  • Graphs for Data Analytics and Modelling. Philip Garnett. Calculative Devices in the Digital Age, Durham, November 2013. Invited Speaker
  • Bursting a Bubble: Abstract Banking Demographics to Understand Tipping Points? CoSMoS Satellite, UCNC13, Milan, Italy, July 2013.
  • The Language of Management: a longitudinal study of word usage in leading management journals from 1960. Poster, NetSci13, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2013.
  • Agent-based Modelling of the Emergence of large financial organisations. Durham University and Kyoto University Symposium, Kyoto, December 2012.
  • Agent-based Modelling of the Emergence of the UK Banking Sector. ECCS’12 Complexity in the Real World workshop. Brussels, September 2012.
  • Going Around Again: Modelling Standing Ovations with Flexible Agent-based Simulation Framework. UCNC’12 CoSMoS workshop. University of Orleans, September 2012.
  • A population analysis and Simulation of British banking over time. Derby, 2012.
  • Modelling Audience Behaviour. Tipping Points WP4 Launch Event, Durham 2012.
  • A Population Analysis of British Banking Over Time. New Business History, York 2012.
  • Using the CoSMoS Process to Enhance an Executable Model of Auxin Transport Canalisation. Alife (CoSMoS Satellite Workshop), Odense 2010.
  • Agent-Based Modelling of Auxin Transport Canalisation. University of York Biology Department Graduate Conference, York 2010 (Received K M Stott Prize).
  • Agent Based Modelling of Auxin Transport Canalisation. ACPD09, Prague, 2009.
  • Towards an Executable Model of Auxin Transport Canalisation. CoSMoS Workshop, York, 2008.
  • Auxin Canalisation Paths as Signalling Mechanism in Shoot Branching Control. Cargese Modelling Summer School, Corsica, 2008
  • Modelling of Shoot Branching: Auxin Transport Canalisation. Auxin Transport Workshop, Nottingham, 2008.
  • Integrative Hybrid Modelling of Plant Shoot Branching: Auxin Transport Canalisation. FSPM07, New Zealand, 2007.