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The Complexity Explorer site provides online courses and other educational materials related to complex systems science. The Complexity Explorer project is being developed by the Santa Fe Institute and is funded by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation and by user donations.

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Liz Bradley Describes Her Upcoming Course

7 Sep 2014

Watch Liz Bradley describe her upcoming course in this short video (3 minutes, 42 seconds). 

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Mathematics MOOC to be offered

30 Aug 2014

This fall, beginning on September 29th , we are excited to offer a new course:  “Mathematics for Complex Systems”.  While we’re calling it a “course”, it is meant to be a collection of independent units, each of which covers a particular mathematical technique that is important in complex systems research.    While some participants will want to complete all the units, we... Read more

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Introduction to Complexity course to be re-offered

30 Aug 2014

This fall we are pleased to be reoffering Melanie Mitchell’s popular “Introduction to Complexity” course.  This course will provide you with a well-rounded understanding of the different tools employed by scientists in their work with complex systems.  Covered topics will include dynamics, chaos, fractals, information theory, self-organization, agent-based modeling, and... Read more

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Video Subtitling Project

30 Aug 2014

We at Complexity Explorer are thrilled by the progress currently being made on subtitling efforts by our dedicated team of volunteers.  We have received a truly overwhelming response to our call for assistance.  Presently, nearly 300 individuals from around the world are helping to create subtitles for our course videos in 34 languages.  We are incredibly grateful to our amazing volunteers for their hard work.  Thank... Read more

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Nonlinear Dynamics Course Starts September 29

14 Aug 2014

During our Fall term, Professor Liz Bradley will offer a 10-unit course called “Nonlinear Dynamics:  Mathematical and Computational Approaches.  This course starts September 29 and runs through December 14, 2014.    This course can be taken by anyone who has taken one semester of calculus (i.e., derivatives), one semester of physics (i.e., mechanics), and who can program in some... Read more

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Upcoming Courses (Fall, 2014)

 

September 29th

Introduction to Complexity

 

September 29th

Nonlinear Dynamics:  Mathematical and Computational Approaches

 

September 29th

Mathematics for Complex Systems

 

 

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