The Social Complexity of Immigration and Diversity (SCID) project is holding its second annual review of work meeting on 29 and 30 November 2012.
SCID is a joint project between the Institute for Social Change (ISC), University of Manchester; the Centre for Policy Modelling (CPM), Manchester Metropolitan University; and the Theoretical Physics Group (TPG), University of Manchester. It is funded by the EPSRC under its Complexity for the Real World Initiative. The SCID project aims to look at the way in which immigration and diversity impacts on various social, political and economic outcomes, using methods derived from complexity science.
The aim of our annual review of work meetings is to give an overview the current progress of the project and have participants providing feedback important for the development of the project.
We have a few remaining spaces available for this event (available on a first-come, first-served basis) and we are looking for participants interested in the topics covered by the project, especially researchers interested in complexity science and its applications.
Interested in participating? Then register at http://wp.me/P16KKZ-5Y before 22 November.
More information about the SCID project and the meeting is available at http://scid-project.org.