Welcome to the webpage of the Complex Systems group at CU Boulder!

Daniel Larremore and colleagues study complex network properties to understand the spread of malaria.

Daniel Larremore and colleagues study complex network properties to understand the spread of malaria.

Josh Grochow and colleagues introduced a new network statistic: the "Onion decomposition."

Josh Grochow and colleagues introduced a new network statistic: the "Onion decomposition."

Elizabeth Bradley reconstructs topological properties from systems using data gathered (which necessarily lacks infinite precision).

Elizabeth Bradley reconstructs topological properties from systems using data gathered (which necessarily lacks infinite precision).

Orit Peleg's work focuses on how multiple scales (e.g. micro, macro) of a complex system influence one another.

Orit Peleg's work focuses on how multiple scales (e.g. micro, macro) of a complex system influence one another.

Rafael Frongillo works on understanding markets and untangling many complex properties emerging within them.

Rafael Frongillo works on understanding markets and untangling many complex properties emerging within them.

Faculty

  • Elizabeth Bradley: Nonlinear dynamics and chaos, scientific computation and AI, and fluid dynamics and flow control
  • Aaron Clauset: Network science, complex systems, computational biology, and computational social science
  • Rafael Frongillo: Theoretical machine learning, algorithmic economics, symbolic dynamics
  • Joshua Grochow: Computational complexity (esp. algebraic and geometric), algebraic algorithms, complex systems and dynamics, complex networks
  • Daniel Larremore: Networks, malaria parasites, computational social science, complex systems
  • Orit Peleg: Interplay between different scales of a system (esp. organisms and their environment), agent-based modeling, super-organisms
  • Chenhao Tan: Natural language processing and social interaction, computational social science, human-centered machine learning

Graduate Courses