Though this event is closed to the public, prospective students are encouraged to apply. See below.
The SFI Complex Systems Summer School (CSSS) offers an intensive 4-week introduction to complex behavior in mathematical, physical, living, and social systems. Lectures are taught by the faculty of the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) and other leading educators and scholars. The school is for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and professionals seeking to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, take intellectual risks, and ask big questions about complex systems.
The program consists of an intensive series of lectures, labs, and discussions focusing on foundational concepts, tools, and current topics in complexity science. These include nonlinear dynamics, scaling theory, information theory, adaptation and evolution, networks, machine learning, agent-based models, and other topical areas and case studies. Participants collaborate in developing novel research projects throughout the four weeks of the program that culminate in final presentations and papers.
The summer school is housed at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The campus is located in a beautiful Southwest high desert setting with mountain views, extensive walking trails, and quiet places for contemplation.
Summer School will also convene at the Santa Fe Institute during the program.
For more information and to apply, visit: https://www.santafe.edu/csss
Online applications will open in October 2019, and close at 11:59 PM MST January 21, 2020. Please start your application now to meet the deadline. Applicants should be notified by e-mail regarding the status of their applications sometime in February 2020.