|PROJECT DESCRIPTION||The enrolled students will have the opportunity to carry out research in the most up-to-date and innovative aspects of these areas in order to acquire their PhD degree. Complex Systems exhibit emergent properties, which make their behavior richer and more involved than might be expected from the interactions between their elemental components. The study of Complex Systems concerns basic sciences (Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry), as well as more applied disciplines in Engineering, Economics and Sociology. Relevant examples are the decoding of the human genome, the prediction of economic and industrial indicators, human behavior in online social networks such as Twitter, climate forecasting in meteorology, or the global dynamics of ecosystems.|
|RESEARCH GROUP DESCRIPTION||The PhD degree in Complex Systems is given by the professors of the Complex Systems Group of the Technical University of Madrid, whose areas of research are Quantum and Classic Chaos, Complex Networks, Big Data, Data Analytics, Cellular Automata, Fractals, Non-linear Dynamics of Discrete, Continuous and Extended Systems, among others.
PhD students often obtain the Extraordinary PhD Award for the quality of their research, which is published in scientific publications of the highest international impact, and they often continue their postdoctorate research as professors or scientific researchers in leading international centers, or go on to entrepreneurship.
School of Agricultural, Food and Biosystems
Coordinator: Rosa María Benito
|Phone: (+34) 913 36 56 00
|WEBSITE||Web: http://www.gsc.upm.es/gsc/ ( spanish)|