Some showcases of our complexity research:
Our new prediction model makes it possible to give El Niño forecasts for up to nine months in advance.
Using the game Battle of the Sexes, our researchers show how different social network structures have effect on overcoming conflicts of interest.
Using a NWO grant we work on improving the resilience and reliability of the Dutch railway system.
In a study together with scientists in the UK we show that there are strict deadlines for taking climate action.
We use complexity research to analyse financial systems, where a small event can trigger a change in beliefs and sudden collective action.
Our analysis of the GDPR shows that this law may not effectively prevent discrimination based on sensitive traits like ethnicity and religious beliefs.
Using complexity models we study the role of luck and positive feedback spirals in the determination of personal success.
We developed a framework that systematically maps technological and research capabilities for all EU regions.
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