Join us in Wellington, New Zealand for the Capital City Complex Systems Symposium, 13-14 February 2024.
Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
The second Capital City Complex Systems Symposium brings together leading researchers and practitioners working on complex systems.
Following the success of the inaugural event in 2023, the symposium fosters interdisciplinary collaboration in complex systems research across natural and social sciences, engineering, arts and humanities.
A core theme of the symposium is the interweaving of the latest advances in complex systems science with the concerns of communities, business and policy around how to ensure prosperous, resilient, equitable and just democratic life in a time of increasing uncertainty due to grand challenges such as climate change, biodiversity and wellbeing.
The symposium will feature keynote speeches from international and local guests, panel discussions and talks on topics such as collective intelligence, network science, social dynamics, digital democracy, urban systems, ecological systems, health systems, and more. Your registration fee includes full catering and a conference dinner.
The Capital City Complex Systems Symposium is a unique opportunity to learn from experts, share your work, network with peers, and discover new perspectives on complex systems. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or a newcomer to the field, you will find something valuable and inspiring at this symposium.
The Capital City Complex Systems Symposium 2024 will be held from 13-14 February 2024 at the Tiakiwai Conference Centre in the National Library of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand.
Tuesday 13 February
10am-5pm Symposium, Tiakiwai Conference Centre
5-6pm Networking Cocktail Hour, Thistle Inn
6-9pm Dinner, Thistle Inn
Wednesday 14 February
9am-4pm Symposium, Tiakiwai Conference Centre
More details to be announced soon.
General Admission NZ$200