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On October 8-10, 2014 scholars and practitioners will meet in the US, China and Europe to share insights and discuss open questions about green growth at the III Open Global Systems Science Conference: Unpacking Green Growth. The three sub-events will be connected via Internet, and the conference as a whole will develop research needed to address the global challenge of green growth and related questions. The American and European sub-events will be held on October 8-9. The Chinese sub-event will be held in a scenic rural region during October 9-10 with a separate one-day sub-event on October 8 in Beijing. Read more
Future discoveries in complexity science will require transdisciplinary teams with the intellectual breadth to determine the algorithms of social dynamics across diverse contexts, ranging from genomes to entire organisms, and from individuals to cultures. In creating the Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity, ASU capitalized upon its uniquely diverse expertise and its institutional commitment to intellectual fusion to become a leader in this important area and to shape the scientific community’s philosophical and methodological approaches to social complexity.
The CSDC actively promotes research synergies by fostering cross-disciplinary, intra-and inter-institutional collaborations. Our core faculty represent 14 schools and departments at ASU, and our research network spans the globe.
The CSDC offers seminars and research opportunities to train new scientists. Our affiliated faculty support the ASU doctoral concentration in Complex Adaptive Systems Science, with the CSDC serving as the online clearinghouse for complexity-related courses at ASU.
The CSDC is a world leader in supporting intellectual products that lead the way in complexity science. We host international conferences, workshops and speaker series, as well as the national center for computational modeling in social and life science.