Santa Fe Institute
Complex Systems Summer School
June 3 – June 28, 2013
Arriving Sunday June 2, departing Saturday June 29
Graduate students attending Santa Fe Institute's Complex Systems Summer School will receive an introduction to complex systems in mathematical, physical and biological systems over a four week period. St. John's College is happy to welcome this summer's Summer School participants to campus for its nineteenth session on campus!
Information for SFI Summer School Participants
The majority of your classes will take place in the Great Hall located on the top floor of Peterson Student Center (PSC) (number 1 on the campus map). The Summer School Office will be in the Senior Common Room, and the computer lab will be located in Evans Science Laboratory (ESL) (#10). The dining hall, coffee shop, bookstore and switchboard are all located on the first floor of PSC.
Most participants will be housed in single dorm rooms in the lower dormitory area, slightly downhill from Peterson Student Center, in Polyhymnia and Urania (#'s 29 & 35 . St. John's College undergrad and graduate students, as well as SFI REU Interns will also reside in the lower dorm area. Other SFI summer school participants will stay in the college’s new “enhanced” dorms in the Winiarski Student Center, across from the lower dorms, in Ariel (#52). All housing is only a minute or two from Peterson, and includes three meals a day in the Dining Hall (two meals on Sunday: brunch and dinner). Also check Accommodations.
Please refer questions specific to the conference to your Santa Fe Institute information and/or contact person. For more information about attending a conference at St. John's College, please click here.