Master's profile Complex Systems
Complex Systems Studies: Unravelling the complexity of societal challenges
As tomorrow’s society will be even more complex than today’s Utrecht University also wants to educate students in this important scientific field. Therefore we offer them the opportunity to complete the new Master's profile Complex Systems.
It's an interdisciplinary profile for ambitious students from different Master’s programmes, who want to work on modelling solutions within the field of Complex Systems. The profile gives the students the opportunity to broaden their view and knowledge from an interdisciplinary angle and widens their opportunities for further development. This profile can be fitted into the Master’s programme and does not require additional EC’s. Students will receive a Complex Systems certificate.
Participating Master’s programmes
For students more information can be found on the Utrecht University student site. Check the following participating programmes:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Climate Physics
- Computing Science
- Energy Science
- Experimental Physics
- Game and Media Technology
- Mathematical Sciences
- Multidisciplinary Economics
- Nanomaterials Science
- Sociology and Social Research
- Sustainable Development
- Theoretical Physics
Students from Graduate School of Geosciences, please contact Dr. Arie Staal via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students from Graduate School of Life Sciences, please contact Prof. dr. Kirsten ten Tusscher via K.H.W.J.tenTusscher@uu.nl.
Students from Graduate School of Natural Sciences, please contact Dr. Deb Panja via email@example.com.
Students from Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities, please contact Prof. dr. ir. Vincent Buskens via V.Buskens@uu.nl.
Students from Utrecht University School of Economics, please contact Dr. Elena Fumagalli via E.Fumagalli@uu.nl.
Students from other Graduate Schools, please contact dr. Deb Panja via firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
Interested? Please contact the coordinator of your master’s programme for approval. You can apply by sending an email to the profile coordinator (see list above) of your own Graduate School.