David Rodrigues and José António Silva, students of the PhD Program in Complexity Sciences, will present today their on-going research at the ETH Chair of Sociology, in particular of Modeling and Simulation, leaded by Dirk Helbing in Zurich.
Mathematics in the Science of Complex Systems workshop, Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, Thursday 9th – Friday 10th June 2011.
The discussion will be around the questions: which areas of mathematics are used in complex systems science? what is the historical context? has any new fields of mathematics been generated? have any new problems been discovered or outstanding problems solved? how can statistical research contribute to complex systems science? how does mathematics interface to computation in CS science? does complex systems science impact on the culture of mathematics? what are the implications for education and training in CS science? what are the ‘grand challenges’ for mathematics and mathematicians? are there new areas of mathematics waiting to be discovered? Funding is available to support the venue of PhD students.
The Applications 2011 page welcomes candidates for the new editions of the Master and Doctoral Programs starting in the academic year 2011-12.
Robert MacKay, from the University of Warwick, will be visiting our academics programs in Complexity Sciences during the 3rd week of June.