Hello, and thank you for your interest in Stanford Complexity Group’s upcoming Symposium:

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

Place & Date: 9am – 4:30pm, Nov 14th, 2017 at Clark Center S360, Stanford University.

Registration link: https://goo.gl/forms/rfb9S4jNQmsuKetf1

There will be 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?

All proceedings of the Symposium will be professionally video recorded and uploaded to our Youtube account, https://www.youtube.com/user/StanfordComplexity

Questions, comments, and requests: StanfordComplexity@gmail.com


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


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/