Degree or Certificate Program
PhD Complex Systems and Computational Social Science
- A core challenge for 21st century science is to develop fundamental new insights for understanding and managing the complexity of social systems such as dynamic systems of technological innovation, diffusion processes which explain the spread of diseases, hidden networks of crime and terrorism, dynamic networks of electronic communication and many other such phenomena.
Computational social science is an interdisciplinary field that combines the application of computer simulation and other computer-based methods to the analysis of social systems and processes at all levels of complexity.
- University College Dublin
- Networks, Social Systems, Social Science, Computation
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