Workshop/CfP - Complexity72h, 7-11 May 2018, Italy
The workshop Complexity72h is an interdisciplinary event whose aim is to bring together young researchers from different fields of complex systems.
Inspired by the 72h Hours of Science, participants will form working groups aimed at carrying out a project in a three-day time, i.e. 72 hours. Each group's goal is to upload on the arXiv a report of their work by the end of the event.
A team of tutors will propose the projects, and assist and guide each group in developing their project.
Alongside teamwork, participants will attend lectures from scientists coming from different fields of complex systems, and applied workshops.
The workshop is organized and will be hosted by the IMT School for Advanced Studies.
Requirements & fee
The workshop is addressed to Master students, PhD students and postdocs in complex systems, network science & data science.
The fee is 200 euros and it includes participation, accommodation for 5 nights, coffee breaks, social dinner.
07 Feb 2018 applications start
02 Mar 2018 application deadline
12 Mar 2018 notification of acceptance
26 Mar 2018 payment deadline
How to apply
Send your CV, and a motivation letter (max 1 page) to complexity72h [at] gmail [dot] com
Tell who you are, what you are currently doing, what you hope to take home from the workshop, and how you can contribute to it. Don't worry if you're junior and your cv's not fat. The program is looking for committed, hardworking and curious people!
In order to keep a good participant-to-tutor ratio, and form groups of optimal size, program committee will select around 30 participants.
It aims at having participants coming from different stages of their career: Master students, PhD students, and postdoc.
It is encouraged Master and young PhD students to apply!
Lucca is one of the most ancient and beautiful Tuscan cities. It was founded by the Etruscans, and was a Roman colony since 180 BC. It is located halfway between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea.
You can reach Lucca
- by car from: Florence (1h), Rome (4h) and Milan (3h).
- by plane: Pisa Airport (½h by train, ½h by taxi), Florence Airport(1h by taxi, 1h30m by train, 1h45m by bus).
- by train: Lucca Train Station is directly connected to the following Tuscan locations: Pisa, Viareggio, Montecatini, Pistoia, Florence.
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