24-28 June 2024
Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
We are glad to announce the fifth edition of the Complexity72h workshop
Complexity72h is an interdisciplinary workshop for young researchers in complex systems.
Participants form teams and carry out projects in a three days’ time, i.e. 72 hours.
The goal of each team is to finalize a report of their work by the end of the event.
Apply now: The call for participants is open!
22 JAN 24
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
NOW OPEN [click here to apply]
15 MAR 24
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
29 FEB 24
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS DEADLINE
25 MAR 24
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DEADLINE
Partners & Sponsors
We are grateful to our partner and sponsors. Their logistical, scientific and financial support is making Complexity72h possible. Also, through their help, we can keep the cost for participants as low as possible.
Carlos III University of Madrid
Carlos III University of Madrid, founded in 1989, is a public university in Spain known for academic excellence and innovation. With a modern campus, diverse programs, and a focus on internationalization, it promotes inclusive learning and has strong collaborations with prestigious global institutions.
Comsotec, a non-profit association, focuses on studying sociotechnological complex systems. Its goals include promoting research, spreading knowledge, supporting education, facilitating knowledge transfer to public administrations and businesses ethically, fostering collaboration with entities globally, and promoting various activities contributing to the study of complexity in sociotechnological contexts.
Cuebiq is a leading geospatial and mobility intelligence company that empowers businesses, investors and public sector entities to make data-driven decisions using location data. At the forefront of industry privacy standards, Cuebiq has built a data-neutral ecosystem that makes open innovation accessible under strict, explicit opt-in data collection policies. In an effort to enhance the quality of life across the globe, Cuebiq also partners with academic and research institutions on humanitarian initiatives such as free natural disaster relief and epidemiology with its Social Impact program.
ISI Foundation is a research institute based in Turin, Italy. The combination of data, theory and impact is the founding essence of all the ISI research domains, which feed each other through borderless collaborations among multidisciplinary scientists, providing a solid, growing and high-potential knowledge capital that can be leveraged in all possible endeavours.