Complexity Science Hub Vienna Winter School - CSH


Join us for a week of interactions with internationally renowned complexity scientists in an exciting, high-altitude environment.

CSH Vienna Winter School

The Complexity Science Hub Vienna Winter School offers an intensive week of morning and afternoon classes, afternoon skiing and evening fireside chats with internationally renowned complexity scientists. Courses will be offered for instance in network science, systemic risk, synthetic biology in complex systems.

March 3–8, 2019 | Obergurgl University Center

Arrival day: March 3, 2019

Opening of the Course: Monday, March 4, 2019 | 9.00 a.m.

Closing of the Course: Friday, March 8, 2019 | 4 p.m.

Departure: March 8, 2019


Obergurgl University Center
Gaisbergweg 5, A–6456 Obergurgl


Housing in  double occupancy rooms is provided during the
length of the program.


Tuition: € 600,00 (VAT included)

for attendance, board, and lodging.

Please note that travel costs are not included and participants
are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to


8 – 11am Scientific session
11am – 4pm Lunch and skiing
5:30 – 7pm Scientific session
7 – 9pm Dinner
9pm Fireside chats with internationally renowned
complexity scientists


W. Brian Arthur, Santa Fe Institute
Vito Latora, Queen Mary University of London
Roberta Sinatra, Central European University
Ricard Solé, ICREA-Complex Systems Lab
Eörs Szathmáry, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Stefan Thurner, CSH Vienna President
W Brian Arthur by (c) Verena Ahne
Vito Latora, CSH Vienna External Faculty (c) private
Roberta Sinatra by (c) Damjan Aleksiev
Ricard Solé (by c) Verena Ahne
(c) Christine Knoll



We accept applications from graduate students, postdocs and interested people of any other profession from all countries. Proficiency in English and a background in science or mathematics is required.


Applications should be sent to:

Laura Stoeger,

Tel.:+43 1 59991 602

Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Josefstaedter Strasse 39
A–1080 Vienna


Your application should contain:

– A current resume or CV
– A letter of motivation that describes your research interests (maximum 2 pages)


Applications are possible until Friday, October 12, 2018.

Applicants should be notified by e-mail regarding the status of their applications by end of October.

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