This is the second school on Advances in Complex Systems. The first edition of the school took place in the summer of 2015.
The scope of the school series is to present recent advances in complex systems discussing applications of statistical mechanics of non-equilibrium and disordered systems, theories of complex networks and other stochastic systems to different topics in materials science, social sciences, biology and biomedical research. The broad choice of interdisciplinary topics is designed to expose the students to some of the multiple facets of complex systems theory. The 2017 edition of the school will focus on inderdisciplinary approaches to tissue regeneration, chromatin conformations and telomers, bio-inspired materials, protein aggregation and complex networks in health sciences.
The school is open to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows working in complex systems and related fields.
Applications & deadlines
The Como Lake School on Advances in Complex Systems is open to 40 Ph. D. students or postdocs. The school fee is 400€ (VAT included) and includes all lectures, course material, Wi-Fi connections, lunches, coffee breaks, one social dinner.
HOW TO APPLY: All applicants have to fill out the application form on the official website, including a short CV with list of publications and the motivation for their participation to the School.
FELLOWSHIPS: the Complex Systems Society is funding two fellowships covering the registration fee to the School on Advances in Complex Systems. Perspective participants who wish to apply for a fellowship should indicate this in the application form. To receive a fellowship participants are requested to become members of the CSS. Selection will be based on the CV and the motivation letter of the applicants. Selected candidates will be expected to deliver a short talk at the school.
- Student application: March 1, 2017
- Notification of acceptance: March 30, 2017
- Registration (only accepted students): May 1, 2017
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.
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