Complexity Science Hub Vienna Winter School 2020 - CSH

COMPLEXITY SCIENCE HUB VIENNA WINTER SCHOOL 2020


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.

March 22-27, 2020 | Obergurgl University Center

 

Arrival day: March 22, 2020

 

Opening of the Course: Monday, March 23, 2020 | 8.00 a.m.

 

Closing of the Course: Friday, March 27, 2020 | noon

 

Departure: March 27, 2020

ACCOMMODATION

Obergurgl University Center
Gaisbergweg 5, A–6456 Obergurgl
https://www.uz-obergurgl.at/english/

 

(c) Obergurgl University Center

 

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

Single rooms may be available at a surcharge.

Tentative Program

8 – 11am Scientific session
11am – 4pm Projects, lunch and skiing
5 – 7pm Scientific session
7 – 9pm Dinner
9pm Fireside chats

Fees

Tuition:

for students & PhD candidates: € 680
for Postdoctoral researchers: € 880
for Professionals: € 980

 

Tutition covers participation, half-board (breakfast & dinner) and lodging.

 

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

Lecturers

Simon DeDeo, CSH Vienna External Faculty
David Garcia by (c) Christine Knoll
M. Àngeles Serrano by (c) private
Andrea Rapisarda by (c) Verena Ahne
(c) Christine Knoll

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Application

Eligibility

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, office@csh.ac.at

 

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 October 7, 2019.

 

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

How to get there

This winter school is kindly supported by

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