Bringing Complexity Science to the World
The Translational Fellows are SFI’s newest Applied Complexity program. Fellows help the Institute translate between academia’s most brilliant scientists and the world’s most influential decision-makers. Towards this end, they attend SFI science meetings, explore the applications of complexity theory, and work with leaders from government and industry to implement complexity’s insights.
We are currently accepting applications for the inaugural cohort of Translational Fellows. Further details about the program, eligibility, and application process are available here.
By sponsoring a Translational Fellow, ACtioN members have a unique opportunity to develop a deeper relationship with the Institute and complexity science. Interested members can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bill Miller, Murray Gell-Mann, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Geoffrey West at the Santa Fe Institute.