Alberto Antonioni

Proceedings from the 2014 Complex Systems Summer School are now posted, complete with a network map of the students’ collaborations. The students welcome comments and feedback.

Included in the proceedings are an exemplary set of more than two dozen papers -- more than half of which are being considered for publication. 

Some of the topics: Can simple models reproduce complex transportation networks? What are the non-linear effects of pesticides on food dynamics? What role do fractals and scaling play in finance models? 

Pursue these and other compelling questions by visiting the CSSS proceedings on the alumni page of SFI's website.

Read the 2014 Complex Systems Summer School Proceedings