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SCCS '11 Winchester: Student Conference on Complexity Sciences Event

Time:
09:00 - 17:00
Date:
4 - 6 August 2011
Venue:
Stripe Theatre, Winchester University

Event details

If you are a PhD student researching a complexity science problem, then you are invited to submit an abstract for the first annual Student Conference on Complexity Science. This conference is an opportunity for postgraduate students to network and meet others in the complexity science community.

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If you are a PhD student researching a complexity science problem, then you are invited to submit an abstract for the first annual Student Conference on Complexity Science. This conference is an opportunity for postgraduate students to network and meet others in the complexity science community.

The SCCS will be held at the Stripe Theatre, Winchester University, from 5th to 6th of August 2011; attendance is free of charge. All prospective attendees to the conference must submit an abstract, and be prepared to either give a 20 minute talk, or to present a poster to share their research.

Due to the interdisciplinary nature of complex systems, research presented at this conference is expected to span a broad range of scientific disciplines. Work may be theoretical or applied and, for example, could cover social systems, networks, ecosystem dynamics, evolution, or non-linear systems.

Prizes will be awarded for the best presentation and for the best poster at the close of the conference.

If you are interested in presenting your work at this conference, please submit an abstract to sccs@soton.ac.uk by 8th July in the following format:

  • Email subject: ABSTRACT - Poster/Presentation (please specify your preference)

  • Title of your project

  • Your name, University/department and supervisor(s)

  • Contact information

  • The abstract, which must have a maximum of 250 words and should outline your project, summarise your methodology and results, and include any conclusions you have drawn.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the SCCS organisation team on sccs@soton.ac.uk, or visit www.sccs-uk.org (please note we are currently having some technical issues with this address, so in the meantime please use the temporary website here).

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