Ed Angel

Ed Angel is Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and the first UNM Presidential Teaching Fellow. He has held academic positions at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Southern California, and the University of Rochester and has held visiting positions in Sweden, U.K., India, Venezuela, and Ecuador. more


Irene Lee

Irene’s interest is exploring the use of new technologies, from agent based modeling to network visualization, as tools to teach and learn about computational thinking and complex adaptive systems. more


Joshua Thorp

Joshua has a degree in computer science with a concentration in mathematics from the Cornell University School of Engineering and eight years of practical experience in the field of complexity science and agent-based modeling. more


Nicole Rassmuson

Nicole Rassmuson is an internationally known designer and visual thinker. She has held prominent positions in London, New York, Hong Kong and Santa Fe, New Mexico where she presently resides. more


Orlando Leibovitz

Orlando Leibovitz is a self taught painter and photographer. His most recent series Painted Physics is composed of nine stylized portraits of famous physicists at the moment of insight. The physicists are shown in their youth and the paintings contain references to their scientific discoveries. In October 2010 Painted Physics will be on display at The American Center For Physics in College Park, Maryland. more


Owen Densmore

Owen Densmore has more thirty years of experience in the computer industry, during which he worked with three of the industry’s most innovative companies: Xerox, Apple, and Sun Microsystems. His work spans the spectrum from language systems to networked multimedia to hardware and software, and he holds nine patents in various areas of computing. more


Richard Lowenberg

Richard Lowenberg has spent over 40 years creatively integrating understandings and involvements in architecture, environmental design, rural community planning, information sciences, telecommunications networking, economics, eco-systems, and new-forms arts creation.

He is the founding director of the 1st-Mile Institute www.1st-mile.com (now a program of Santa Fe Complex), which has been awarded ARRA–NTIA Sustainable Broadband Adoption funding to host the “Info-Eco” Open Broadband Economic Summit; also funded by the NM McCune Foundation. more


Stephen Guerin

Steve is the inspiration behind the Santa Fe Complex and spends a significant percentage of his time volunteering on its behalf as a spokesperson, organizer, and developer of the intern program. more


Steve Smith

Steve Smith is founder and President of Los Alamos Visualization Associates (LAVA), a small systems development and consultancy firm specializing in visualization of complex systems but with branches specializing in Visual Analytics, Immersive Systems, Holographics, and Musification of Data. Steve retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in 2008 after 27 years of service. more