Complex adaptive systems – Igor Nikolic -TEDxRotterdam

Posted: February 10, 2013 by Wildcat in Computing, Cybernetics, Systems and complexity science
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Igor Nikolic graduated in 2009 on his dissertation: co-evolutionary process for modelling large scale socio-technical systems evolution. He received his MSc as a chemical– and bioprocess engineer at the Delft University of Technology. He spent several years as an environmental researcher and consultant at University of Leiden where he worked on life cycle analysis and industrial ecology. In his research he specializes in applying complex adaptive systems theory and agent based modeling.

TEDxRotterdam – Igor Nikolic – Complex adaptive systems

On TEDxRotterdam Igor Nikolic left the audience in awe with his stunning presentation and visualizations, mapping complex systems.

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  1. shandora says:

    A very interesting definition for complexity: “The Inability of a single language or perspective to describe all of the properties of a given system”

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