CS-DC’15 World e-conference

Last Keynote : Edgar Morin – eRoom

September 30 – October 1, 2015

CS-DC’15 (Complex Systems Digital Campus ’15 – World e-Conference) is organizing the e-satellites of CCS’15, the international Conference on Complex Systems. It is the first World e-Conference organized by the Complex Systems Digital Campus (CS-DC), a UNESCO UniTwin. It is devoted to all scientists involved in the transdisciplinary challenges of complex systems, crossing theoretical questions with experimental observations of multi-level dynamics.

CCS’15 is organized by the brand new ASU-SFI Center for Biosocial Complex Systems. It will take place at Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona (USA) from Sept 28 to Oct 2, 2015, in close collaboration with the Complex Systems Society and the Santa Fe Institute.

CS-DC’15 is breaking new ground by enabling participation in a major scientific event without conference fees and without the need to travel – a concept at the heart of the international UNESCO UniTwin, embracing scientists from low-income and distant countries. These scientists will have priority in our videoconference system that is restricting the number of e-attendees.

All selected presentations are given via our videoconference system. They are recorded and can be replayed later on for research and education purposes without time limit. The e-sessions of CS-DC’15 are the e-satellites of CCS’15. These e-sessions are organized inside e-tracks inspired by the chapters of the roadmap on complex systems.

The e-tracks on great theoretical questions are:
• Reconstructing Multi-Scale Dynamics
• Multi-Level Modeling
• Multi-Level Governance
• Engineering and Control of Self-Organization
• Foundations of Complex Systems Science

The e-tracks on great experimental domains are:
• From particles to Complex Matter
• From Molecules to Organisms to Ecosystems
• From Individual to Social Cognition
• From Fields to Territories to the Planet
• From Molecules to the Ecosphere

Submit abstract by 15th June 2015.

CS-DC’15 exemplifies new “social intelligence” strategies for sharing education and research resources, in particular those dealing with the transdisciplinary challenges of complex systems. This objective is the main commitment of CS-DC in the Cooperation Program signed with UNESCO.