Santa Fe Institute

Announcing the 2013 Chile Complex Systems Summer School

March 15, 2013 11:31 a.m.

The Santa Fe Institute and the Universidad del Desarrollo are now accepting applications for the 2013 Chile Complex Systems Summer School.

   To Register, visit www.santafe.edu/chile

The Santa Fe Institute and the Universidad del Desarrollo are now accepting applications for a novel education program for graduate students and postdocs – the 2013 Chile Complex Systems Summer School, to be held November 11-21, 2013, in Chile. The program is co-sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute and the Universidad del Desarrollo. 

The program offers an intensive twelve-day introduction to complex behavior in mathematical, physical, living, and social systems.

The Chile Complex Systems Summer School is intended for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the sciences and social sciences who seek background and hands-on experience in conducting interdisciplinary research in complex systems.

The twelve-day program consists of lectures, laboratories, and discussion sessions focusing on foundational ideas, tools, open questions, and current topics in complex systems research. These include nonlinear dynamics and pattern formation, scaling theory, information theory and computation theory, adaptation and evolution, network structure and dynamics, ecology and sustainability, adaptive computation techniques, computer modeling tools and specific applications of these core topics to various disciplines. Enrollment is limited to 20 selected students. 

No tuition is charged for selected participants.  Accommodations and meals are provided. Support for travel may also be available.

Applications are accepted through July 15, 2013.

To learn more about the school, the selection process, and tuition, please visit the CCSSS website.

Apply for the 2013 Chile Complex Systems Summer School

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