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• To help provide new ideas and tools for understanding complex (biological, social, financial, computational, physical) systems and their behavior. This will be facilitated by working on a multidisciplinary project covering  the full length of the school.
 
• To help provide new ideas and tools for understanding complex (biological, social, financial, computational, physical) systems and their behavior. This will be facilitated by working on a multidisciplinary project covering  the full length of the school.
 
• For you to find novel ways to apply the information and methods you learn here in your own research context.
 
• For you to find novel ways to apply the information and methods you learn here in your own research context.
• To form a horizontal transdisciplinary network with fellow participants sharing insights, experiences, and inspiration.
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• To form a horizontal transdisciplinary network with fellow participants sharing insights, experiences, and inspiration[[.]]

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Complex Systems Summer School 2015

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Alfred Hübler's Physics Lab Signup

Welcome to the 2015 Complex Systems Summer School!

If anyone is a social media maven I am using #2015CSSS you can also visit the CSSS Facebook page and chat with other participants

To access a CSSS mobile app of the schedule, logistics, and faculty list please use your mobile device to visit: http://my.yapp.us/SDRBLD

Goals of the School:

• For you to come away with much more and much deeper understanding of the range, significance, and current directions of complex systems science. • To help provide new ideas and tools for understanding complex (biological, social, financial, computational, physical) systems and their behavior. This will be facilitated by working on a multidisciplinary project covering the full length of the school. • For you to find novel ways to apply the information and methods you learn here in your own research context. • To form a horizontal transdisciplinary network with fellow participants sharing insights, experiences, and inspiration[[.]]