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Complexities of Time

Complexities of Time | CxConferences |

This 7th Complexity Conference, organised by Para Limes​ attempts to unravel these mysteries. It will also touches on the nature of time and change, geographical, geophysical, cultural, the personal dimensions to time; how to deal with them and what they mean for analyzing and understanding our past, sensing and exploring our future and how to manage our lives, our systems, or the world we live in. Hear them out from top-notch speakers of prominent scientists and thinkers from this field

The conference will also host parallel & poster sessions and launch of the Asian Network of Complexity Scientists by the Complexity Institute. Thus is a partnership of the Para Limes and Complexity Institute.​


Complexity Conference 2018
Theme: Complexities of Time
​Date:     19-21 March 2018
Venue:   Nanyan​g Executive Centre, Singapore​​

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The Ninth International Conference on Guided Self-Organisation (GSO-2018) : Information Geometry and Statistical Physics

March 26 - 28, 2018
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences


The goal of Guided Self-Organization (GSO) is to leverage the strengths of self-organization (i.e., its simplicity, parallelization, adaptability, robustness, scalability) while still being able to direct the outcome of the self-organizing process. GSO typically has the following features:

(i) An increase in organization (i.e., structure and/or functionality) over time;

(ii) Local interactions that are not explicitly guided by any external agent;

(iii) Task-independent objectives that are combined with task-dependent constraints.

GSO-2018 is the 9th conference in a bi-annual series on GSO. Recent research is starting to indicate that information geometry, nonequilibrium statistical physics in general, and the thermodynamics of computation in particular, all play a key role in GSO. Accordingly, a particular focus of this conference will be the interplay of those three topics as revealed by their relationship with GSO.

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Entropy 2018: From Physics to Information Sciences and Geometry

Entropy 2018: From Physics to Information Sciences and Geometry | CxConferences |

One of the most frequently used scientific words, is the word “Entropy”. The reason is that it is related to two main scientific domains: physics and information theory. Its origin goes back to the start of physics (thermodynamics), but since Shannon, it has become related to information theory. This conference is an opportunity to bring researchers of these two communities together and create a synergy. The main topics and sessions of the conference cover:

  • Physics: classical Thermodynamics and Quantum
  • Statistical physics and Bayesian computation
  • Geometrical science of information, topology and metrics
  • Maximum entropy principle and inference
  • Kullback and Bayes or information theory and Bayesian inference
  • Entropy in action (applications)

The inter-disciplinary nature of contributions from both theoretical and applied perspectives are very welcome, including papers addressing conceptual and methodological developments, as well as new applications of entropy and information theory.


Entropy 2018: From Physics to Information Sciences and Geometry

  14-16 May 2018
Auditorium Enric Casassas, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

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The Kreyon Conference Unfolding the dynamics of creativity and innovation conference will be held in Rome from 6th to 8th of September 2017 at Palazzo delle Esposizioni.

The aim of the conference is to gather scientists from many different disciplines (physics, mathematics, computer science, biology, social and cognitive sciences, arts, economics, business) to address fundamental questions about how people express their creativity and innovate both at the individual and collective levels.

The conference will feature three days (from september 6th to 8th) of scientific talks covering topics of creativity and innovation, while on Saturday the 9th plain conferences and discussions will engage a broad audience on the"Complexity of the future".
The conference will also feature a set of interactive installations and ateliers aimed at engaging participants
in “creative” activities.

The Kreyon conference is sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation and organized by Sapienza University in collaboration with ISI Foundation and Complexity Science Hub Vienna.

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6th International Young Scientists Conference in HPC and Simulation, 1-3 November, 2017, Kotka, Finland

Simulation and systems thinking is one way to explain the complex world in which we live. By collecting data and creating computer models, scientists can make predictions on critical problems, such as how to influence the flow of traffic, how an epidemic will spread or the probability of individuals in society becoming addicted to drugs. The conference will cover the aspects related to HPC, BigData, large scale simulation of complex systems and offers an ideal range of topics for final year Master’s student or starting PhD students interested in this domain.
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Algorithmic Design for Hybrid Collective Intelligence

The Algorithmic Design for Hybrid Collective Intelligence satellite (ADHEsIoN'17) is a one-day event in September 20, 2017, as part of the Conference on Complex Systems (CCS'17). This conference is the official annual conference of the Complex Systems Society and is scheduled to convene in September 17-22, 2017. The conference is interdisciplinary in nature, focusing on understanding how elements interact to give rise to global properties, along with how global properties can constrain these elements.


Across an increasingly broad spectrum of everyday life, artificial intelligence (AI) is challenging the utility of human intelligence. Yet modern AI often gains its power from exploiting big data resulting from human collective behaviors (e.g. web posting, crowdsourcing). Hence, while AI is often contrasted with human intelligence, both may be more synergistic than is usually admitted. We call for a reflection, on designs and processes that may oppose, or support, the intersection of AI and human intelligence, working towards an AI-enhanced, hybrid collective intelligence.

Submission Guidelines

We invite abstracts (~500 words; 1 Figure) for oral presentations (~20 min.) of work that address relevant challenges across a range of socio-technical domains including, but not limited to:​

  • AI-supported Team Collaboration: AI to promote smart pairing between individuals, tasks and resources, whilst preserving some control over the time of delivery; curating group dynamics for enhanced synchronicity and productivity whilst maintaining transparency;
  • Collective Decision Making: Promote enhanced collective decision making by exploiting the effect of simple rules on social network structures whilst avoiding discriminating effects;  
  • Collective Learning: Identify and exploit insight from past operations to support future actions (e.g. project bidding) whilst identifying and eliminating outliers in a robust, evidence-based way;  
  • Human-Computer Interaction: Elicit and aggregate information from online activity (e.g. user reputation) for various operations (e.g. online rating system) whilst dealing with ambiguity (e.g. self-contradictions, missing data) and malicious manipulations (e.g. spamming);
  • Open Science: Promote the reuse, redistribution and reproduction of research, whilst maintaining appropriate attribution of credit and rigor
  • Organizational Design: Organizations designed such that they promote enhanced collective functions (e.g. social learning, culture) whilst preserving accountability and auditability;
  • Rumor Propagation within Social/Collaborative Platforms: Maintaining their self-organized nature, whilst restricting the diffusion of falsehoods and emergence of ‘echo chambers’;
  • Science of Science: Using modern bibliographic data to identify fruitful research trajectories and develop robust productivity measures, whilst reducing the marginalization of underrepresented groups; 

Pervasive theoretical challenges across these exemplar domains include: 

  • Regulating self-organization of the collective in an auditable way;
  • Generating value from dormant information; 
  • Prediction and intrinsic limitations; 
  • Big vs. Useful Data;


Abstracts should be submitted at Deadline for submission is 30th of June 2017. All questions about submissions should be emailed to the organizers listed below.

Organizing committee
  • Dr Christos Ellinas (University of Bristol, Stevens Institute of Technology); 
  • Dr. Marc Santolini (Northeastern University; Harvard Medical School); 
  • Dr. Thomas Maillart (University of Geneva); 
  • Prof. Seth Bullock (University of Bristol); 
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Socinfo2017 – 9th International Conference on Social Informatics

Socinfo2017 – 9th International Conference on Social Informatics | CxConferences |

We are delighted to welcome the 9th International Conference on Social Informatics (SocInfo 2017) to Oxford, UK, in September 2017.

SocInfo is an interdisciplinary venue for researchers from Computer Science, Informatics, Social Sciences and Management Sciences to share ideas and opinions, and present original research work on studying the interplay between socially-centric platforms and social phenomena.
The ultimate goal of Social Informatics is to create better understanding of socially-centric platforms not just as a technology, but also as a set of social phenomena. To that end, we are inviting interdisciplinary papers, on applying information technology in the study of social phenomena, on applying social concepts in the design of information systems, on applying methods from the social sciences in the study of social computing and information systems, on applying computational algorithms to facilitate the study of social systems and human social dynamics, and on designing information and communication technologies that consider social context.

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Complex Networks 2017

* Abstract/Paper submission deadline: September 04, 2017
* Notification of acceptance: October 01, 2017
* Submission of Camera-Ready: October 8, 2017


The 6th International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications
November 29 - December 01 2017
Lyon, France

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ISSS 2017 VIENNA | 61st Meeting and World Conference

ISSS 2017 VIENNA | 61st Meeting and World Conference | CxConferences |
#ISSS2017 Vienna    
The 61st ISSS World Conference
From Science to Systemic Solutions
Systems Thinking for Everyone
Vienna, Austria    
09 -14 July 2017
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2018 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence WCCI 2018

2018 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence WCCI 2018 | CxConferences |
Windsor Convention Centre, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
08-13 July 2018

On behalf of the IEEE WCCI 2018 Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the bi-annual IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IEEE WCCI), which is the largest technical event in the field of computational intelligence. The IEEE WCCI 2018 will host three conferences: The 2018 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2018), the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE 2018), and the 2018 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (IEEE CEC 2018) under one roof. It encourages cross-fertilization of ideas among the three big areas and provides a forum for intellectuals from all over the world to discuss and present their research findings on computational intelligence.


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Brains, Minds & Machines Summer Course 2017

The basis of intelligence – how the brain produces intelligent behavior and how we may be able to replicate intelligence in machines – is arguably the greatest problem in science and technology. To solve it, we will need to understand how human intelligence emerges from computations in neural circuits, with rigor sufficient to reproduce similar intelligent behavior in machines. Success in this endeavor ultimately will enable us to understand ourselves better, to produce smarter machines, and perhaps even to make ourselves smarter. Today’s AI technologies, such as Watson and Siri, are impressive, but their domain specificity and reliance on vast numbers of labeled examples are obvious limitations; few view this as brain-like or human intelligence. The synergistic combination of cognitive science, neurobiology, engineering, mathematics, and computer science holds the promise to build much more robust and sophisticated algorithms implemented in intelligent machines. The goal of this course is to help produce a community of leaders that is equally knowledgeable in neuroscience, cognitive science, and computer science and will lead the development of true biologically inspired AI.


Brains, Minds and Machines
Directors: Gabriel Kreiman, Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School; and Tomaso Poggio, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Location: Marine Biological Laboratory, in Woods Hole, MA.
Course Dates: Aug. 13 - Sept. 3, 2017
Deadline: March 14, 2017
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Complex Networks 2017

Complex Networks 2017 | CxConferences |

The International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications aims at bringing together researchers from different scientific communities working on areas related to complex networks.

Two types of contributions are welcome: theoretical developments arising from practical problems, and case studies where methodologies are applied. Both contributions are aimed at stimulating the interaction between theoreticians and practitioners.


The 6th International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications
November 29 - December 01 2017
Lyon, France

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7th Recurrence Plot Symposium 2017

August 23-25, 2017

São Paulo, Brazil

The objective of this Seventh Recurrence Plot Symposium is to encourage the exchange of knowledge and new ideas among scientists working in scientific disciplines of time- and spatial-series analyses. Recurrence plots and their quantifications are general methods for visualizing and analyzing both linear and nonlinear time-series data. After 30 years we continue to witness ongoing technical developments related to recurrence plots in both theoretical and practical domains. Some of these include: linkage of recurrence plots to network theory, inferences regarding directional couplings, identification of various spatio-temporal chaotic patterns, realization of tetherings across multiple scales of emergence, etc. Applications of recurrence plots are ever-expanding into such areas like mathematics, neuroscience, physiology, psychology, weather and climate patterns, financial systems, and linguistics. This symposium will provide a unique forum to facilitate the correlation of recent theoretical developments in recurrence science with applications from various and diverse fields of inquiry. We welcome both theoretical and applied contributions that effectively implement recurrence plots, recurrence quantifications and their related methodologies.


Deadline abstract submission: April 3, 2017

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CompleNet 2018 - 9th Conference on Complex Networks

CompleNet 2018 - 9th Conference on Complex Networks | CxConferences |

CompleNet is an international conference that brings together researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines—from sociology, biology, physics, and computer science—who share a passion to better understand the interdependencies within and across systems. CompleNet is a venue to discuss ideas and findings about all types networks, from biological, to technological, to informational and social. It is this interdisciplinary nature of complex networks that CompleNet aims to explore and celebrate.


CompleNet 2018 - 9th Conference on Complex Networks

Boston (MA, US)

March 5-8, 2018

ComplexInsight's curator insight, July 31, 1:19 AM
Given the growth discipline complex network analysis tools and techniques, nthis could be a must do conference for 2018. Definitely one for the calendar. 
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AI and Beyond | NECSI

A practical guide for decision makers to the transformation of business
Artificial intelligence is changing the fundamentals of business. There are new ways to improve performance and new business opportunities. As AI is adopted the role of human beings will change. Understanding how to chart this transition is increasingly central to entrepreneurs, executives and the organizations they lead. What functions do you fully automate with AI, what functions do you augment with AI, and what functions should rely on human intelligence? Complex systems science reveals the different and complementary strengths of human and artificial intelligence, and how they can be combined for performance advantage in business.
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2nd Australian Social Network Analysis Conference (ASNAC 2017)

Welcome to the second Australian Social Network Analysis Conference (ASNAC 2017) to be held on the 28-29 November 2017 at the University of Sydney. This conference marks the second national meeting in Australia for researchers and practitioners who are working with social network analysis (SNA). 

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NetSci 2017 - Conference Agenda Manager

NetSci 2017 - Conference Agenda Manager | CxConferences |

NetSci 2017 Conference
JW Marriott Hotel, Indianapolis, IN
June 19 – 23, 2017

Join us in Indianapolis in June for NetSci 2017!


Online registration ends Sunday. June 11 at midnight (EDT). After this, only on-site registration will be available.  Complete your conference registration by going to:


22 organized Satellites on a variety of topics in the first two days:

Our International School with lectures on key topics in the field:

12 exciting keynote and invited speakers:

See our full agenda of lightning talks, oral presentations, and posters with a searchable agenda:

Oalf Sporns & Fil Menczer
Co-Chairs, NetSci 2017

Contact us at with questions. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @netsci2017

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Call for Late Breaking Abstracts, CCS'17

The flagship conference of the Complex Systems Society will go to Latin America for the first time in 2017. The Mexican complex systems community is enthusiast to welcome colleagues to one of our richest destinations: Cancun.

The conference will include presentations by Mario Molina (Environment, Nobel Prize in Chemistry), Raissa D’Souza (network science), Ranulfo Romo (neruoscience), Jaime Urrutia-Fucugauchi (geophysics), Antonio Lazcano (origins of life), Marta González (human mobility), Dirk Brockmann (epidemiology), Kristina Lerman (information sciences), Stefano Battiston (economics) John Quackenbush (computational biology), Giovanna Miritello (data science), César Hidalgo (collective learning), and many more.

There will be a discussion panel on the past, present, and future of complexity, 23 satellites, and more than 300 oral presentations. Join us for a rich exchange of the latest scientific advances.

We invite abstract contributions (500 words maximum) for poster presentations in the following tracks:
• Foundations of Complex Systems
• Information and Communication Technologies
• Language, Linguistics Cognition and Social Systems
• Economics and Finance
• Infrastructures, Planning and Environment
• Biological and (Bio)Medical Complexity
• Socio-Ecological Systems
• Complexity in Physics and Chemistry

Posters will be available during the whole week of the conference.


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Important dates:

  • Late breaking abstract deadline August 18th
  • Notifications within two weeks of submission
  • Conference September 17-22
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Research days on self-organization and swarm intelligence in cyber physical systems - Lakeside Labs

Research days on self-organization and swarm intelligence in cyber physical systems - Lakeside Labs | CxConferences |
The 2017 Research Days comprises a three-day workshop on self-organization and swarm intelligence in cyber physical systems (CPS). A group of experts in this domain will introduce their research topics in invited talks. Keynote speaker is Gianni A. Di Caro from Carnegie Mellon University (USA). The program also includes laboratory sessions with training on micro-robots. The workshop takes place from July 10 – 12, 2017 in the Lakeside Science and Technology Park, Klagenfurt, Austria. Registration is possible for a limited number of people. Interested researchers should apply as soon as possible.
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EA Artificial Evolution 2017

Artificial Evolution 2017 (EA-2017)
The 13th (since 1994) Biennial International Conference on Articial Evolution
Paris, 13th arrondissement, at ISC-PIF.
Paris - France - 25-27 October 2017

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NetSci 2017 conference details

NetSci 2017 conference details | CxConferences |


Note: Early-bird discount deadline is May 4

International School and Conference on Network Science

June 19-23, Indianapolis, IN (JW Marriott Indianapolis)  |



Day One (Monday, June 19)
Network Structure: Alex Arenas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Contagion and spreading processes on networks: Alessandro Vespignani (Northeastern U)
Day Two (Tuesday, June 20)
Maximum-entropy methods for financial and economic networks: Diego Garlaschelli (Leiden U & Oxford U)
Network Control: Raissa D'Souza (UC Davis)
Learning, Mining, and Networks: Tina Eliassi-Rad (Northeastern U)



Satellite Symposia are full and half-day meetings devoted to particular topics. See full schedule and programs in development:

  1. Controlling Complex Networks: From Biological to Social and Technological Systems
  2. 2nd Workshop on Statistical Physics of Financial and Economic Networks
  3. 1st Annual Consortium for the Society of Young Network Scientists (SYNS)
  4. Cognitive Network Science
  5. Higher-Order Models in Network Science (HONS 2017)
  6. Dynamics on and of Complex Networks – X
  7. Information, Self-Organizing Dynamics and Synchronization on Networks (ISODS III)
  8. Machine Learning in Network Science
  9. Network Neuroscience
  10. Network Medicine: Quantitative interactome and multilayer networks taking medicine beyond the genome
  11. Networks Of Networks: Systemic Risk and Infrastructural Interdependencies (NetONets2017)
  12. NetSciReg'17 — Network Models in Cellular Regulation
  13. Quantifying Success
  14. Social Influence in Networks
  15. Statistical Inference for Network Models
  16. Urban Systems and Networks Science
  17. NetCrime—Structure and Mobility of Crime
  18. Contagion on Networks: Progress and Issues with Models and Data
  19. Network Science for National Defense
  20. Strengthening Reproducibility in Network Science
  21. NetSciEd 6: Satellite Symposium on Network Science and Education
  22. Knowledge Networks in Science and Technology




Keynote Speakers:

Danielle S. Bassett  (U Penn)

Steve Borgatti (U Kentucky)

Jennifer A. Dunne (Sante Fe Institute)


Invited Speakers:

Meeyoung Cha (KAIST)

Alex Fornito (Monash U)

Lise Getoor (UC Santa Cruz)

César A. Hidalgo (MIT)

Shawndra Hill (Microsoft Research NYC & U Penn)

Maximilian Schich (UT Dallas Arts & Technology)

  1. Ángeles Serrano, (U Barcelona)

Roberta Sinatra (Central European U)

Xiaofan Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong U)


Presentations: The list of abstracts accepted for oral presentations, lightning talks, and posters is available:



NetSci 2017, the International School and Conference on Network Science, will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana from June 19 to 23, 2017. NetSci 2017 aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners working in the emerging area of network science. The conference fosters interdisciplinary communication and collaboration in network science research across computer and information sciences, physics, mathematics, statistics, the life sciences, neuroscience, environmental sciences, social sciences, finance and business, arts and design.



PROGRAM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS: Yong-Yeol Ahn (Indiana University Bloomington), Ciro Cattuto (ISI Foundation) & Tina Eliassi-Rad (Northeastern University)

SATELLITE CO-CHAIRS: Réka Albert (Pennsylvania State University) & Filippo Radicchi (Indiana University Bloomington)

SCHOOL CO-CHAIRS: Santo Fortunato (Indiana University Bloomington) & M. Ángeles Serrano (Universitat de Barcelona)

SPONSORSHIP CO-CHAIRS: Giovanni Ciampaglia & Alessandro Flammini (Indiana University Bloomington)

GENERAL CO-CHAIRS: Fil Menczer & Olaf Sporns (Indiana University Bloomington)


NetSci 2017 is hosted by the Indiana University Network Science Institute ( It is the annual meeting of the Network Science Society (

Questions? Email and

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook: @NetSci2017

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Information Processing in Complex Systems - satellite workshop of CCS 2017

All systems in nature can be considered from the perspective that they process information. Information is registered in the state of a system and its elements, implicitly and invisibly. As elements interact, information is transferred. Indeed, bits of information about the state of one element will travel – imperfectly – to the state of the other element, forming its new state. This storage and transfer of information, possibly between levels of a multi level system, is imperfect due to randomness or noise. From this viewpoint, a system can be formalized as a collection of bits that is organized according to its rules of dynamics and its topology of interactions. Mapping out exactly how these bits of information percolate through the system reveals fundamental insights in how the parts orchestrate to produce the properties of the system.


A theory of information processing would be capable of defining a set of universal properties of dynamical multi level complex systems, which describe and compare the dynamics of diverse complex systems ranging from social interaction to brain networks, from financial markets to biomedicine. Each possible combination of rules of dynamics and topology of interactions, with disparate semantics could be translated into the language of information processing which in turn will provide a lingua franca for complex systems.


Information Processing in Complex Systems

Organised by Rick Quax, Eckehard Olbrich and Mile Gu

Submission deadline: June 30 2017

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Second Conference on Network models and stress testing for financial stability

Second Conference on Network models and stress testing for financial stability | CxConferences |

Banco de México, the University of Zurich, Bank of Canada and the Journal of Financial Stability continue with the series of biennial conferences addressing novel research on network models and stress testing for financial stability.

The development of network and stress testing models have proven to be useful in achieving a better understanding of systemic risk. These approaches have been applied to study the implications of changes in the regulatory landscape, to understand and detect new threats to the stability of financial systems, and other financial stability related topics.

The conference aims to bring together policymakers and academics as well as industry representatives to examine progress in designing a safer financial system, to study the intended and unintended consequences of regulation on the global financial system, and to explore recent methodological advances in the study of systemic risk.


Mexico City, 2017/09/26-27

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2017 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life (IEEE ALIFE 2017)

2017 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life (IEEE ALIFE 2017) | CxConferences |

2017 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life

as part of
2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2017)
Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort, Honolulu, Hawaii
Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 2017


IEEE ALIFE 2017 brings together researchers working on the emerging areas of Artificial Life and Complex Adaptive Systems, aiming to understand and synthesize life-like systems and applying bio-inspired synthetic methods to other science/engineering disciplines, including Biology, Robotics, Social Sciences, among others.

IEEE ALIFE 2017 will be a part of the 2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI 2017). IEEE SSCI 2017 plans to have 24 separate symposia, plus plenary sessions, tutorials, and more, all for one registration price. Accepted papers after peer-review will be published in the IEEE SSCI conference proceedings.


Important dates:

Tutorial Proposals:            Mar. 10, 2017
Paper Submissions:          July 2, 2017 
Notification to Authors:    Aug. 27, 2017
Final Submission:              Sept. 24, 2017
Early Registration:            Sept. 24, 2017

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ECAL 2017 – 14th European Conference on Artificial Life

ECAL 2017 – 14th European Conference on Artificial Life | CxConferences |

Lyon, France, 4 – 8 September 2017
Create, play, experiment, discover: revealing the experimental power of virtual worlds
ECAL, the European Conference on Artificial Life, is a biennial scientific gathering supported by the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL)

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