The mission of the Stanford Complexity Group (SCG) is to serve as an interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the findings, tools, and philosophical and cultural implications associated with the study of complex systems. Unlike similar organizations, the purview of this group will not be limited to the sciences (or cultures of knowledge striving to be science-like) but will traverse the bridges of complex systems thought to all fields touched by the systems view… <Read More>
You can find a list of past speakers as well as abstracts and videos on our events page.
We have weekly meetings to plan our activities, outreach, and classes. During the Fall quarter, we are meeting at 2pm each Wednesday in room 423 (Twitty room) in Herrin Hall. Feel free to stop by!
We are currently developing a projects-based complex systems seminar to be offered winter quarter. Please see our “Classes” page for information regarding past offerings.
If you are teaching a complexity-related course and would like us to help spread the word, please send us an email at stanfordcomplexity (at) gmail.com.
About the SCG
The Stanford Complexity Group is a graduate student and faculty led initiative supported by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education. This initiative represent a unique opportunity to unite fragmented disciplines across the sciences and humanities, and thus to contribute to a more balanced perspective on complex real world problems. If you would like to find out more about our group please send an email to stanfordcomplexity (at) gmail.com.