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Por si hay, aqui va un aviso sobre una escuela de 
Sistemas Complejos en Bariloche, Argentina. 

2008 Complex Systems Summer School - San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

The Santa Fe Institute announces the first Latin American Complex Systems
Summer School, CSSS-Bariloche: "Foundations and Frontiers of Complex Systems."

As the first CSSS to be held in Latin America, this intensive two-week
introduction to complex behavior captures the spirit of SFI's contribution
to the founding of complex systems. The school will emphasize the
importance of foundational ideas and cutting edge research in complex
systems science, including mathematical, physical, living, and social
systems. The school is for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows  
who want background and hands-on experience to help prepare them to do
interdisciplinary research in areas related to complex systems.

The school consists of an intensive series of lectures, laboratories,  
and discussion sessions focusing on foundational ideas, tools, and current
topics in complex systems research. These include nonlinear dynamics and
pattern formation, scaling theory, information theory and computation
theory, adaptation and evolution, network structure and dynamics,  
adaptive computation techniques, computer modeling tools, and specific  
applications of these core topics to various disciplines. In addition, 
participants will formulate and carry out team projects related to 
topics covered in the school.

The presentations will be organized in three main categories:
Foundational, Frontier, and Topical lectures. Foundational lectures will
primarily emphasize the conceptual foundations of a topic that comprise
the core knowledge and insights at the basis of its development and,
secondarily, their relationship to issues currently at the frontier of
complex systems science. Frontier lectures, on the other hand, should
focus on the questions, problems, and domains presently being  
explored at the topic's scientific frontier. Finally, the Topical lectures 
will emphasize a particular application or case study.

Applications are welcome from all countries. All activities will be
conducted in English. No tuition is charged, and some support for  
housing and travel expenses is available. Enrollment is limited.

Topics and faculty at each school will be posted as they become  
available, see:

For application and further information, see:

High resolution poster available at:


Prof. Horacio S. Wio
Marie Curie Chair (2004-2007)
Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria
Universidad de Cantabria
Avda. Los Castros s/n, 
39005 Santander, Espaa
E-mail :  [log in para visualizar]
Telph. : +34 942 202 089
Fax    : +34 942 200 935