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Also, Please visit the [[Complex Systems Summer School Facebook Page]]
'''Please sign up for [[Alfred Hubler's Nonlinear Dynamics Lab 2011 | Alfred Hubler's Nonlinear Dynamics Lab]]'''
 
 
 
 
==WHAT'S NEW?!?!==
 
[[2011 Presentation Schedule]]
 
Completed versions of the four Complexity labs have been uploaded as PDFs.  Find them in the lab section of the complexity module page.
 
 
 
 
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The Participants pages are up! If you haven't done so yet, please login to edit your wiki stub.
At the very least, answer the questions below and post a photo.
 
Start thinking about what (if any) tutorials or lectures you might want to give to your CSSS-mates, or what kinds of working groups you'd like to see organized.
 
Questions to get you started:
* What are your main interests? Feel free to include a "pie in the sky" big idea!
* What sort of expertise can you bring to the group?
* What do you hope to get out of the CSSS?
* Do you have any possible projects in mind for the CSSS?
 
Also, Please visit [http://www.facebook.com/pages/SFI-Complex-Systems-Summer-School/195552467134324?sk=wall&filter=2 the Complex Systems Summer School Facebook Page]

Latest revision as of 04:10, 1 July 2011

Complex Systems Summer School 2011

Welcome to the 2011 Complex Systems Summer School!

Please stay tuned as we add more content to these pages.

We're looking forward to seeing everyone on June 8th.

David Krakauer,

Program Director, 2011 SFI Complex Systems Summer School


Please sign up for Alfred Hubler's Nonlinear Dynamics Lab



WHAT'S NEW?!?!

2011 Presentation Schedule

Completed versions of the four Complexity labs have been uploaded as PDFs. Find them in the lab section of the complexity module page.





The Participants pages are up! If you haven't done so yet, please login to edit your wiki stub. At the very least, answer the questions below and post a photo.

Start thinking about what (if any) tutorials or lectures you might want to give to your CSSS-mates, or what kinds of working groups you'd like to see organized.

Questions to get you started:

  • What are your main interests? Feel free to include a "pie in the sky" big idea!
  • What sort of expertise can you bring to the group?
  • What do you hope to get out of the CSSS?
  • Do you have any possible projects in mind for the CSSS?

Also, Please visit the Complex Systems Summer School Facebook Page