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It’s Complicated…..The Relationship of Complexity Theory to Normative Discourse in Science, Society, and Beyond“.

This event occurred on Nov 14th, 2017 at Clark Center S360, Stanford University.

At the end of the symposium, we had an interactive musical performance, “Active Matter”, by Pam K. Davis, Lucy Liuxuan Zhang, and Xiaohan Zhang. 

There were three focusing questions for the Symposium:

  • What is “Complexity Science”?
  • How is Complexity Science integrated into various disciplines?
  • How does Complexity Science affect how we solve scientific, social, or philosophical problems?

Speakers:

Topic Name Institution Website

History & Philosophy of Science:

Carlos Gershenson Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México http://turing.iimas.unam.mx/~cgg/
  Rasmus Winther University of California, Santa Cruz http://www.rgwinther.com/
  Jessica Riskin Stanford University https://web.stanford.edu/dept/HPS/riskin.html
       

Earth Sciences:

Susan Hough USGS https://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov/office/hough/
  Morgan Page USGS http://www.its.caltech.edu/~pagem/Contact.html
  Kristy Tiampo Colorado http://cires.colorado.edu/council-fellows-esoc/kristy-tiampo
       

Biology:

Neo Martinez University of Arizona http://eeb.arizona.edu/people/dr-neo-martinez
  John Harte University of California, Berkeley http://hartelab.weebly.com/
  Kai Zhu University of California, Santa Cruz https://zhulab.ucsc.edu/
  Deborah Gordon Stanford University http://web.stanford.edu/~dmgordon/
       

Social Sciences:

Amir Goldberg Stanford Graduate School of Business https://web.stanford.edu/~amirgo/
  François Diaz-Maurin Stanford University http://www.fdiazmaurin.eu/

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