Sponsored by Santa Fe Institute and Universidad del Desarrollo
Information about the next session coming soon
This is the second CSSS to be held in Chile. The school is open to students from all countries. Participants are expected to attend for the full 11 days.
The school consists of a series of lectures by some of the world's
top researchers in complex systems, people who have helped define the
field and are pushing scientific boundaries. Students must be
willing to rigorously explore foundational theories, mathematical
tools, and their relationship to topics currently at the frontier of
Complex System Science. A strong academic record is a prerequisite;
all lectures will be in English. Enrollment is limited to 20 selected
No tuition is charged. Accommodations and meals are provided and
support for travel may also be available. Please use the Financial Request Form in the application to notify us if you are requesting travel support.
In addition to completing an online application:
A current CV. Include a clear description of your current educational or professional status, and a list of publications, if any.
A statement of your current research interests and comments about why you wish to attend the school (suggested length: one to two pages).
Two letters of recommendation from scholars who know your work. The letters should be sent independently of your application. Please inform your recommenders that an email from "myreviewroom.com" will be sent to them with their password and instructions for uploading their letter of reference into your application file. IT IS THE APPLICANT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THE LETTERS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED BY THE DEADLINE.
Additional information regarding logistics, faculty, and program schedule can be found on the CCSSS Wiki (coming soon)
Application Period: TBA
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