COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Cosponsors: NECSI, MITRE Corporation and other governmental organizations
Date: February 2, 2005
Location: MITRE McLean Campus, Washington DC
This is a one day workshop on complex systems concepts and their implications for international security. Ethnic violence, terrorism, and global sociopolitical movements will be discussed in light of complex systems insights and modeling, including multiscale analysis and agent-based simulation.
The workshop is intended for participants from government, and national/international security related organizations and academia.
Registration is limited.