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'''[http://tuvalu.santafe.edu/events/workshops/index.php/John_Paul_Gonzales John Paul Gonzales],''' CSSS Office Manager,  Santa Fe Institute<br>
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'''[http://www.santafe.edu/about/people/profile/Carla%20Shedivy Carla Shedivy],''' Education Program Coordinator,  Santa Fe Institute<br>
'''[http://www.santafe.edu/about/people/profile/Carla%20Shedivy Carla Shedivy],''' Education Program Coordinator,  Santa Fe Institute<br>

Latest revision as of 05:59, 18 June 2019

Complex Systems Summer School 2019


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Director David Feldman - College of the Atlantic

David Feldman's homepage

Faculty

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Seth Blumsack, Engineering in Complex Systems


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Liz Bradley, Nonlinear Dynamics

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Caroline Buckee, Infectious Diseases

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Aaron Clauset, Networks


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Stefani Crabtree, Modeling Past Human Societies

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Jim Crutchfield, Complexity


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Simon DeDeo, Social Inference


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Mirta Galesic, Building Blocks of Social Learning Strategies


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Jennifer A. Dunne, Ecological Networks


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Lily Hu, Machine Learning

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Jessica Flack, Computational Worlds


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Stephanie Forrest, Computation, Immune Systems and Security


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Joshua Garland, Nonlinear Dynamics


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Ross Hammond, Agent-based modeling for public health


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Elizabeth Hobson, Networks & Animal Societies


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Srividya Iyer-Biswas, Stochastic Biological Systems


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John Kaag, Science Communication


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Chris Kempes, Scaling


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Artemy Kolchinsky, Machine Learning


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David Krakauer, President of Santa Fe Institute - Complexity to Save the World + The Universality of Adaptation


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Daniel Larremore, Networks & Hierarchies


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Melanie Mitchell, Artificial Intelligence and the Barrier of Meaning


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Cris Moore, Computation Theory

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Kirsten Moy, Applied Complexity for Social Change


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Rajiv Sethi, Game Theory


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Andreas Wagner, Innovations in Biological Evolution


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Geoffrey West, Scaling


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Vicky Yang, Dynamical Systems & Social Phenomena


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Hyejin Youn, Social Dynamics


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Matthew Zefferman, Game Theory

Artists in Residence


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Complex Movements live performance of Beware of the Dandelions at Talking Dolls Studio, Detroit

COMPLEX MOVEMENTS
Complex Movements is a Detroit-based artist collective composed of graphic designer/fine artist Wesley Taylor, music producer/filmmaker Waajeed, hip-hop lyricist/organizer Invincible/ill Weaver, artist/designer/engineer L05 (Carlos Garcia), and creative producer/cultural strategist Sage Crump. The collective develops interactive performance work that illuminates connections between complex science and social movements to support the transformation of communities.

Complex Movements draws much of its inspiration from the writings, philosophy, and experience of 98-year-old Detroit-based activist, Grace Lee Boggs. Boggs delivered a speech about the connections between quantum physics and social movements. In this speech she urged communities to explore the premise that change occurs through critical connections rather than critical mass. Since hearing this speech, Complex Movements has been serially conducting research and creating artworks based on these concepts. Their current project, Beware of the Dandelions (BoTD), is the culmination of this exploration and lessons learned from previous artistic and community organizing work. This project is designed to support local and national movement building. BoTD was created with the intention of engaging local communities to expand their strategies for organizing around local social justice issues. It also connects communities from different cities including Seattle, Detroit, DC, and Dallas, that are developing alternative approaches to changemaking by exchanging stories, models, and lessons. To accomplish these local and national connections, this piece utilizes a unique touring strategy that is also based on principles developed through the study of complexity.

Staff

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John Paul Gonzales, "CSSS Office Manager", Santa Fe Institute


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Carla Shedivy, Education Program Coordinator, Santa Fe Institute