UNESCO UniTwin CS-DC: Science, Policy, and Applications
CS-DC Kickoff e-Meeting at ECCS’14 September 25th, 2014
New CS-DC e-Laboratories in the Lucca kickoff e-meeting
The UNESCO UniTwin Complex Systems Digital Campus organizes a kickoff e-meeting as a Satellite Meeting at the ECCS'14 (European Conference on Complex Systems http://www.eccs14.eu/ ) in Lucca, on the 25th of September, 2014. This satellite meeting brings together members of the CS-DC, from all over the world, to review progress and assess challenges related to the coordination and sharing of research and educational resources, among more than hundred universities and institutions worldwide. The sessions combine physical and remote presentations to include members attending ECCS in Lucca and those unable to do so.
The e-meeting is open both to all institutional and individual CS-DC members. The remote access is open and free (see connection protocol below).
25th September, 2014 @ ECCS’14 - IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Classroom 1 (complex San Francesco Church)(time is current local time in Lucca, Italy)
Morning : (Speakers having attachment with Asia-Australie and Europe)
9:00-9:15 Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging (e-lab): Masatoshi Funabashi (Sony Lab) – videoconference from Japan
9:15-9:45 Climate system and human system interaction (new e-lab): Annamaria Lammel , Jean-Marc Meunier (Paris 8 University) – videoconference from France9:45-10:15 Fundamental and interdisciplinary Study of Complex Systems (new e-lab): Quiping-Alexandre Wang (ISMANS) – videoconference from France
10:45-11:15 CitaDyNe : Multiplex Modelling of Cities And Dynamics of Innovation Networks (new e-lab): Céline Rozenblat (Lausanne University) – at ECCS’14
11:15-11:45 Master Geographical Modelling (new e-lab): Céline Rozenblat (Lausanne University) – at ECCS’14
11:45-12:00 Collective and Situated Intelligence (e-lab): Sylvie Occelli (IRES) – at ECCS’14
12:00-12:30 4P Factory Work Planning (new e-lab): Pierre Parrend (University of Strasbourg) – at ECCS’14
12:30-13:00 Social Self-Organization (e-lab): Maria Eunice Quilici Gonzalez (UNESP) – at ECCS’14
13:15-14:00 Panel : Science, Policy and Application, with Carlo Jaeger (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research) – discussion during lunch – at ECCS’14
Afternoon : (Speakers having attachment with America and Europe)
14:00-14:30 Computational Social Psychology (new e-lab): Miguel Enver (UFABC) – videoconference from Peru
14:30-14:45 Embryome-DC (e-lab): Nadine Peyriéras (CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette) – videoconference from France
14:45-15:15 CulturalLab: Multilinguism in Digital World (new e-lab): Claudia Wanderley (UNICAMP) and Simone Nogueira (Faculty Zumbi dos Palmares) – videoconference from Brasil
15:15-15:45 CSColl : International Interdisciplinary Collaboratorium in Complex Systems (new e-lab): Klaus Jaffe Carbonell (Universidad Simón Bolívar) – videoconference from Venezuela
15:45-16:15 EDSP :Ecological Dynamics and Sport Performance (new e-lab): Ludovic Seifert (Rouen University) – videoconference from France
16:15-16:30 Remgarev(e-lab): Thierry Saint-Gerand (University of Caen) – at ECCS’14
16:30-17:00 Complexity Science for Policy (new e-lab): Yasmin Merali (University of Hull) and Jeffrey Johnson (Open University) – at ECCS’14
17:15-18:00 Panel : Science, Policy and Applications, with Mike Batty (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at University College London), and Paul Ormerod (Volterra Partners LLP, London)
18 :00-19:30 CS-DC Open Council
Connection protocol for the remote attendees
- Connect after 9:00 (Lucca time) your computer to http://visio.litislab.fr/join/elab-unitwin (Login: your full name, Password: unitwin-csdc).
- As asked, activate the audio button (top-left) and remove immediately the audio for a high quality of communication and recording.
- If you have a question, activate the audio and the webcam; ask your question; remove the audio and the webcam, again for a high quality of communication and recording
Hope to see you in Lucca, including in remote way,
Roadmap for the Science of Complex Systems
In general terms, a “complex system” is any system comprised of a great number of heterogeneous entities, where local interactions among entities create multiple levels of collective structure and organization.
Living Roadmap for Complex Systems Science, CSS, 2006.
French Roadmap for Complex Systems, ISC-PIF, 2008-2009.
The CSS Roadmap for Complex Systems Science and its Applications, ASSYST-CSS, 2012.
The African Roadmap and its Digital Campus Towards a UNESCO Unitwin Network (texts in french), 2012.