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COMPLEX TIME: Adaptation, Aging, & Arrow of Time

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Contact: Amy P. Chen, Program Manager,

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Thank you for participating in the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) "Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life" working group (WG), 2/10/2020 - 2/12/2020, co-organized by Jacopo Grilli (ICTP), Srividya Iyer-Biswas (Purdue Univ.), Chris Kempes (SFI), and Matteo Osella (Univ. Turin). This WG is part of the SFI Complex Time: Adaptation, Aging, & the Arrow of Time research theme, funded by the James S. McDonnell Foundation.

We will be using the SFI Complex Time wiki to capture and share important meeting information during the meeting.

The "Aging in Single-celled Organisms WG" page is here.

Please use the following log-in details:

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You can change your password once you have logged in, by going to the wiki top right corner, blue people icon -> Preferences, scroll down to the "Basic information" box, where it says Password: Change password. If you ever forget your password, you can follow the "forget your password" on the wiki log in page, or ask Amy to reset your password (contact her at

- Two ways to contribute Meeting Reflection, References, and Reference Notes: (1) click here (you will be prompted to log in first) (2) from the meeting wiki, click on the box on the left-hand side of the page that says Add or edit your own meeting material (you will be prompted to log in first).

Meeting Reflections are 1+ paragraphs on any combination of the following: Presentation highlights, open questions that came up, how your perspective changed, impact on your own work, e.g. the discussion on [A] that we are having reminds me of [B] conference/[C] initiative/[D] funding call-for-proposal/[E] research group

By References we don't only mean your own work related to this WG, but also synergistic work you know of elsewhere, especially those you think of or mentioned to the group during the group discussion.

By Reference Notes we mean some documentations about the references that you are adding, for example: "Here is [A] database on [B] that I pull data from to do [C] analysis that might be of interest to this group (provide link)", "here is a free tool for calculating [ABC] (provide link)", "this painting/sculpture/forms of artwork is emblematic to our discussion on [X]!", "Schwartz et al. 2017 offers a review on [ABC] migration as relate to climatic factors"

-To comment on another participant's meeting reflection : go to the meeting wiki, scroll down to the "Meeting Summary" tab, click on "Add comment" (note that you CAN type math expressions and symbols).

-To upload your presentation slides : go to the meeting page, scroll down to the "Agenda" tab, locate and click on your talk title hyperlink, click on UPLOAD A PRESENTATION FILE. Note that it's possible to encrypt your file (follow the prompts during file upload) if you only want to share it with a selected group of people. Participants in this meeting will automatically be shown the encryption key that allows them to download the file once they are logged in. You can also send the encryption key to anyone you want to have access to the file who did not participate in this meeting.

Questions? Report bugs, comments & suggestions about the wiki to Amy P. Chen ( &/or Ike Hecht (