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.
Upload your abstracts at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ccs17
- Late breaking abstract deadline August 18th
- Notifications within two weeks of submission
- Conference September 17-22