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20.07.2018

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“The science for a world of processes”

NEW IDEAS IN COMPLEXITY SCIENCE

On May 24th, 2018, the First External Faculty Meeting of the Hub started with a public conference.

In short talks complexity scientists from all around globe shared their visions on the question “Complexity: Where do we go from here?”

What are the open, the most pressing, the most promising questions to an understanding of complexity and Big Data?

Find the talks of all conference participants (in order of appearance) on our Youtube channel in the playlist of the conference.

An overview with photographs of the event and links to all available slides can be found here.

HENRIK JENSEN

 “COMPLEXITY SCIENCE IS A SHIFT OF FOCUS”

The sixth talk was given by Henrik Jensen from Imperial College London.

Stating that the world is a world not of things, but of processes – processes between cells creating organisms, processes between individuals creating societies, and so on –, Henrik sees complexity science as the most fundamental of sciences, as it endevours to understand natural laws of processes, looking for common behaviors of totally different parts of the world, like economics, ecosystems or the human brain.

 

CLICK FOR HENRIKS SLIDES.

See the video in full lenght here:

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