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A common theme within the Centre is the fact that much of the research exploits the richness of real-world data sets in order to study three fundamental questions in Complexity science:

  1. Emerging phenomena 
  2. Adaptation and evolution
  3. Structure and stability of systems

Most projects undertaken are cross-disciplinary and collaborative in nature, and a diverse range of research is currently being undertaken within this framework, so that there is ample opportunity to identify commonalities of theoretical and practical importance to our studies. The range of work done in the Centre for Complexity Science can be seen in these slides from a recent Complexity Group Overview 26/1/23 or in our publications.

Within this construct, we divide our research into four key areas:

Research themes