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SUMMARY:WED@NICO SEMINAR: Daniel Abrams, Northwestern University "Tractable mathematical modeling of social systems: some successes and failures"
LOCATION:Lower Level, Chambers Hall
DESCRIPTION:Speaker:\n\nDaniel Abrams, Professor of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics and (by courtesy) Physics and Astronomy, Northwestern University\nTitle:\n\nTractable mathematical modeling of social systems: some successes and failures\nAbstract: \nTBA\nSpeaker Bio:\nDaniel Abrams has broad scientific interests ranging from coupled oscillators to mathematical geoscience to the physics of social systems. He tries to approach these wide-ranging problems by creating greatly simplified mathematical models where rigorous analysis is possible, hopefully capturing some essential properties of the system. The work in different fields is generally connected by similar mathematical techniques drawn from the study of nonlinear dynamics. \nLocation:\nIn person: Chambers Hall, 600 Foster Street, Lower Level\nRemote option: https://northwestern.zoom.us/j/98183822887\nPasscode: NICO23\nAbout the Speaker Series:\nWednesdays@NICO is a vibrant weekly seminar series focusing broadly on the topics of complex systems and data science. It brings together attendees ranging from graduate students to senior faculty who span all of the schools across Northwestern, from applied math to sociology to biology and every discipline in-between. Please visit: https://bit.ly/WedatNICO for information on future speakers.\n\nPiP URL: https://planitpurple.northwestern.edu/event/597425
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ORGANIZER:Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)