Societies today face daunting challenges: population growth, rapid urbanization, ecological and environmental disturbances, and an unpredictable global marketplace. To address these complex and interrelated problems, a new brand of science is needed, led by an emerging generation of scientists steeped in the study of interconnected systems and comfortable in the methods of many fields — from math, physics, and biology to the social sciences and the humanities.
The Omidyar Fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute offers a select group of early-career scholars the opportunity to join a collaborative research community that nurtures creative, transdisciplinary thought in pursuit of key insights about the complex systems that matter most for science and society. Postdoctoral researchers selected for the SFI Omidyar Fellowship spend up to three years in residence at SFI, where they contribute to the Institute’s research, advance the sciences of complexity, and become the "new leadership for new science."
SFI Omidyar Fellows
SFI Omidyar Fellow Alumni - Alumni Page
Ben Althouse, Ruben Andrist, Caroline Buckee, Elhanan Borenstein, Rogier Braakman, Aaron Clauset, Nathan Collins, Simon DeDeo, Nathan Eagle, Evandro Ferrada, Laura Fortunato, Miguel Fuentes, Paul Hooper, Daniel Hruschka, Anne Kandlery, Willemien Kets, James O'Dwyer, Scott Ortman, Charles Perreault, Sam Scarpino, Jessika Trancik, Jeremy Van Cleve, Sander van Doorn, Justin Yeakel
the Omidyar Fellowship.
for SFI's Omidyar Fellowship.