Complexity Lab Utrecht (CLUe)

Henk Dijkstra at opening CLUe

The Complexity Lab Utrecht (CLUe) aims to reduce the barriers among scientists by providing easy access to well-tested and well-documented state-of-the-art complexity software. Not only that, CLUe is a platform for stimulating interdisciplinary collaboration using the suite of complexity tools and approaches available within the Complexity Lab. CLUe consists of two main elements, the CLUe Server which hosts a constantly growing ecosystem of complexity software. Next to that, monthly CLUe training events provide researchers with an introduction on how to use these diverse software via the CLUe server. Please check the Centre for Complex Systems Studies agenda for information on the upcoming CLUe Training events.


16 February 2018
Prof. Tatiana Filatova discussed new approaches to understanding cities, housing markets and climate change
10 November 2017
Prof. Sander Klous discussed the challenges of managing the algorithms that have increasing influence on our society
12 June 2017
Prof. Doyne Farmer gave an interesting CLUe lunch talk on "The practice and promise of economic simulation".




E.g., 09/23/2018
12 October 2018 11:40 - 13:00
Dr. Herke van Hoof (UvA) will give an introduction to Machine Learning.
26 October 2018 11:40 - 13:00
Dr. Sebastian Funk will introduce his R package rbi for Bayesian inference for state-space models.
9 November 2018 11:40 - 13:00
Dr. Tuomo Kauranne (LUT, Finnland) on Paradoxes and Scientific Understanding.