Complexity Lectures Begin


Returned from my travels only to be confronted with yet another lecture course which you can get from this blog, but the innovation is that I am backing up the course with the wonderful Santa Fe lectures on complexity led by Melanie Mitchell. Santa Fe have just begun these lectures: you can register for free, and watch a succession of videos about many aspects of this new science. Netlogo is used as the platform for simple modelling. For those who follow my own course, then I am blending these into various adaptations of my Spatial Complexity Lectures given at ASU about 18 months ago and which are on this blog with some newer material on cellular automata and agent based models that I have not organised in a lecture series before. Watch the blog for progress on how all this fits together, whatever.

About Michael Batty

I chair CASA at UCL which I set up in 1995. I am Bartlett Professor In UCL.
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