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Complex Systems Forum
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Date: 2003-10-18 09:30:44
Link to this Comment: 6912
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|R&D Opportunity in Complexity and Immune Systems|
Name: Joc Cing T
Date: 2004-01-29 23:53:25
Link to this Comment: 7833
Dear Fellow Colleagues in Complex Systems Research,
Myself and colleagues at Nanyang Technological University, School of Computer Engineering are currently involved in understanding how the human immune system can be modelled and understood through complex systems theory, with an objective towards migrating the embedded prescriptive rules to other domains.
I am currently looking for Research Fellows and doctoral students to join our team. If you are interested, please read about it hereThanks for your time and attention,