Our multidisciplinary research is focused on understanding the complexity of interacting technological, socioeconomic and socioecological systems, and creating models for predicting their behaviour, stability and efficiency.
Using the theory and quantitative methods of guided self-organisation, large-scale complex networks and distributed computation, we aim to improve prevention and management of techno-socio-economic and environmental crises.
The Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing is a leader in collaborative, multidisciplinary research that advances information technology and other application domains.
We are modelling and redesigning mechanisms of dynamic interactions between interpersonal or inter-organisational networks and their technological and natural environments.
Bringing researchers together to promote research and education across physics, engineering, mathematics, biology and social sciences.