Multilevel Complex Systems - Satellite Conference to CCS2016

Many artificial and natural systems are characterized by a high level of differentiation in structure and organization; they exist in areas as diverse as the Internet, energy management, climate, financial markets, infrastructures (including ICT), biology, transport, epidemics, meteorology, urban planning, social simulation and policy impact assessment. In order to describe and control these systems there is a need to observe and reconstruct their dynamics and make sense of large amounts of heterogeneous data gathered on various scales. Most of these areas would benefit from an international effort in collecting and sharing data, models and from looking for a general, common theoretical approach. The science of complex systems (CSS) offers a framework for this theoretical approach.

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Dynamics and COevolution in Multi Level Strategic iNteraction GAmeS
 Hierarchical Analysis of
Complex Dynamical
multi-LAyer SpAtiotemporal Generalized NEtworks
Mathematics of Multilevel Anticipatory Complex
Foundational Research on MULTIlevel comPLEX networks and systems
Mathematical framework
for multiplex networks
Self-Organised information PrOcessing, CriticaLity and Emergence in multilevel Systems
Topology driven methods for complex systems
 Topological Complex Systems