We received funding for three years from the Office of Academic Affairs with matching funding from SBS, ENG, MAPS, and OSUMC for the innovation group Complexity in Human, Natural and Engineered Systems. More than thirty faculty from 10 colleges and schools are participating in the group.
Complex systems are composed of multiple agents interacting over time. A complex system may be social, biological or consciously designed. Complex systems range from anthills to ecosystems, from individuals to small groups to cities and metropolitan regions, and from distributed robotics to air traffic control networks.