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11:30 Room opening and check-in
11:45. Welcoming, Contextualisation and Methodology for the Meeting
12:00-12:20 Stimulus Presentation 1 - Rika Preiser
12:20-12:40 Stimulus Presentation 2- From thinking complexity to thinking in complexity- Ana Teixeira de Melo
5 MINUTES BREAK
12:45-13:45 ‘Reflecting team’ intervention with Keynote commentators:Bruce Edmonds; Hiroki Sayama; Maël Montevil; Tina Röck; Alex Penn
13:45-14:05 Interventions from participants: Questions and Comments
14:05-14:15 Reflexive Comments from Speakers
14:15-14:30 Observing/Reporting: Highlight of Contents ~Processes and Summary Identification of key Questions/Challenges - Leo Caves, Carlos Gershenson, Charbel El-Hani
14:30- 15:30 1 HOUR BREAK
15:30-16:30. Stimulus Contributed talks (10 min+ 5 min Q&A)
Tina Röck," I am because we are – A complex look at human existence"
Alexandra Penn & Nigel Gilbert, "Enabling Complex Thinking in Government: an Actionable Complexity approach"
Abhishek Nair: "Knowledge capture, representation and simulation: From subjective realities to complex systems analysis"
Angel Ortega Lira: "Complexity and Philosophy"
16:30-16:35 5 MINUTES BREAK
16:35-18:30 Reflecting café (Adapted world café inspired dialogue session with all participants (Using Miro platform along with Zoom for video ).
Table hosts: Leo Caves; Carlos Gershenson, Alexandra Penn, Bruce Edmonds; Charbel El-Hani, Maël Montevil
Round 1: 5 min (table distribution) + 30 min debate (5 min individual + 15 min group + 15 min integration)
Round 2: 5 min (table distribution) + 30 min debate (5 min individual + 15 min group + 15 min integration)
Break: 10 min
Reporting by group (table-hosts): 15 min
Large group discussion (finding categories and meta-patterns): 20 min
18:30:-18:45 15 MINUTES BREAK
18:45- 20:00 Facilitation of Relational Dialogues and Final Integration
20:00-20:15 Concluding remarks
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