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Announcing a new short course:

Exploring Complexity in Science and Technology
from a Santa Fe Institute Perspective

May 19-21, 2010

Portland, Oregon

This two-and-a-half day course is an intensive, immersive tour of the
sciences of complexity, a broad set of efforts that seek to explain
how large-scale complex, organized, and adaptive behavior can emerge
from simple interactions among myriad individuals. This course,
sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute, is specifically designed for
professionals, faculty, students, and others who are curious to
explore and apply this new interdisciplinary scientific approach.
This course has no prerequisites and requires no specific math or
science background.

Course Instructors:

Dr. Melanie Mitchell, Professor, Portland State University and
External Professor, SFI

Dr. Robert Axtell, Professor, George Mason University and External
Professor, SFI

Dr. David Feldman, Professor, College of the Atlantic; Co-Director,
SFI Summer School

Dr. Van Savage, Assistant Professor, UCLA; Former SFI Postdoctoral

Dr. Eric Smith, Professor, SFI

Registration and more information:
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John Maloney
The Future of Networks
Tel:  415.902.9676
Fax: 415.276.6074
Skype: jheuristic

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