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Esteban Moro Egido <[log in para visualizar]>
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Mon, 4 May 2009 19:44:16 +0200
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	Hola a todos.
	Os reenvo esta informacin que me acaba de llegar por si es de  
vuestro inters.
	Un saludo

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> POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AT THE
> NEW ENGLAND COMPLEX SYSTEMS INSTITUTE
>
> The New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) has
> openings for postdoctoral appointments in the study of complex
> systems. In addition to general projects, there will be openings in
> research fields such as: Social and global systems, biological
> systems, cognitive systems, evolution, non-equilibrium dynamics,
> agent based modeling, multiscale analysis, complex systems
> engineering, management/organization science, and education
> of complex systems concepts.
>
> Postdocs should have experience with modeling techniques and
> computer simulation, data analysis, and/or analytic skills. The
> ideal candidate will also have strong writing abilities and a desire
> to work in diverse fields. A commitment to larger social concerns
> is highly desirable, as NECSI research informs policy in areas
> such as the national and global economy, health care, the
> environment and ecology.
>
> NECSI Postdoctoral fellows may also receive joint appointments
> at MIT, Harvard, or other Boston-area academic institutions.
>
> For more information and directions on submitting applications,
> please visit:
>
> http://necsi.edu/education/postdoc.html
>
> The New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) is an
> independent non-profit dedicated to promoting the science of
> complex systems, the mathematical study of how parts of a
> system give rise to its collective behaviors. Based in Cambridge,
> MA, NECSI coordinates original research, education, and
> community development, and applies the study of complex
> systems to the improvement of our society. For more information,
> visit www.necsi.edu.
>
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