Complexity Explorer Santa Few Institute

2022 Complexity Explorer Course Schedule

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10 Feb 2022
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Happy New Year from the Complexity Explorer team!

We hope our first newsletter of 2022 finds you in good health and good spirits. Take a look at our course schedule for the coming year below. We invite you to join us!


Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics & Nonlinear Dynamics are currently in session.

Computation in Complex Systems with Professor Cris Moore will begin on April 11. Register now

Origins of Life & Introduction to Agent-Based Modeling will be offered in Summer 2022. Stay tuned for exact dates.

And keep an eye out for new offerings coming soon...

Apply now for Summer 2022!

Applications are open for the Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science & the Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics Workshop.


The Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science Modeling and Complexity is a unique opportunity for Ph.D. students in the social sciences to learn to apply tools and approaches from complex systems science and computation in their research. Collaborate on a small team to solve a problem hackathon-style and advance independent research with guidance from faculty and peers. 

Dates: June 26, 2022 - July 08, 2022

Application Deadline: February 28, 2022

Read more and apply > 

Have you completed the online Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics (FAHA) course?

If you have, we encourage you to apply for the in-person FAHA workshop. The FAHA workshop is a new program designed to teach humanities scholars to apply quantitative and computational methods in their research and teaching. Gain theoretical and practical skill in applying computational approaches and collaborate on novel projects in a small, supportive scholarly community.

Dates: July 17, 2022 - July 23, 2022

Application Deadline: March 31, 2022

Read more and apply >

SFI hiring Complexity and Diversity Fellow

We want to highlight this unique opportunity at SFI. Apply or share with your networks!


SFI seeks a quantitative researcher interested in the promotion of diversity in complexity science to lead SFI’s new diversity research and outreach initiative. Read more about the goals of the fellowship and apply here >


Stream live seminars from SFI scientists and guest researchers.


Tune in on our YouTube channel or Facebook.

Can't tune into the seminar? Follow along on Twitter with live tweets. 


Interested? Check out a recent seminar from SFI External Professor and Managing Director of Pathogen Surveillance at The Rockefeller Foundation Samuel Scarpino on what shapes epidemics. 



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