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Santa Fe Institute 2002 Complex Systems Summer Schools

From:

Nigel Gilbert <[log in to unmask]>

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Nigel Gilbert <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 12 Nov 2001 19:44:41 +0000

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ANNOUNCING THE SANTA FE INSTITUTE'S
2002 COMPLEX SYSTEMS SUMMER SCHOOLS

Santa Fe School: June 9 to July 6, 2002 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Budapest School: July 8 to August 2, 2002 in Budapest, Hungary

An intensive introduction to complex behavior in mathematical, physical, 
living, and social systems for graduate students and postdoctoral 
fellows in the sciences and social sciences.  Open to students in all 
countries.  Students are expected to choose one school and attend the 
full four weeks.  No tuition is charged.  Some support for housing and 
travel expenses is also available.

Week one will consist of an intensive series of lectures and 
laboratories introducing foundational ideas and tools of complex systems 
research.  The topics will include nonlinear dynamics and pattern 
formation, statistical mechanics and stochastic processes, information 
theory and computation theory, adaptive computation, computer modeling 
tools, and specific applications of these core topics to various 
disciplines.  (Prior to week one there may be an optional intensive 
two-day math review.)
Weeks two and three will consist of lectures on current research in 
complex systems. Week four will be devoted to completion and 
presentation of student projects.

SANTA FE SCHOOL:

Director:    Melanie Mitchell, Santa Fe Institute
Location:      Held at the campus of St. John's College.
             Administered by the Santa Fe Institute.

Topics Include:
-- Foundations of Complex Systems (including nonlinear dynamics, 
information and 
    computation theory, and evolution and adaptation)
--  Adaptive Computation
--  Network Structure and Dynamics
--  Cultural Evolution
--  Immunology and Distributed Autonomous Systems
--  Robustness in Biological Systems

BUDAPEST SCHOOL:

Directors:    John Pepper, Santa Fe Institute, and Imre Kondor, Eötvös 
Loránd
              University
Location:    Held at the campus of Eötvös Loránd University.
               Administered by Central European University and the Santa 
Fe   
              Institute.

Topics include:
-- Foundations of Complex Systems (including nonlinear dynamics, 
information and  
    computation theory, and evolution and adaptation)
--  Network Structure and Dynamics
--  Adaptation in Natural and Artificial Systems
--  Universal Scaling Laws in Biology
--  Collective Behavior and Self-organization

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Provide a current resume with publications list (if any), statement of 
current research interests, comments about why you want to attend the 
school, and two letters of recommendation from scientists who know your 
work.  Include your e-mail address and fax number.  Specify which school 
you want to attend (or which is your first choice if you are willing to 
attend either).  Specify whether you wish to apply for a travel 
scholarship.  (This will not influence our decision on your 
application.) Please do not bind your application in any manner.  Send 
only complete application packages by postal mail to:

   Summer Schools
   MS  AL
   Santa Fe Institute
   1399 Hyde Park Road
   Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA

NEW!  ONLINE APPLICATION FORM now available at:
http://www.santafe.edu/application02.html.  We encourage you to apply 
online.

DEADLINE:  Applications must be postmarked no later than January 18, 
2002.

Women, minorities, and students from developing countries are especially 
encouraged to apply.
For further information: http://www.santafe.edu/csss02.html, or e-mail 
us at: [log in to unmask]


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