Virtual Info Session: Systems Science Graduate Programs

Fri, 17 Apr 2020

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

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The current COVID-19 crisis has made the whole world increasingly more aware of the relevance of Systems Science, its concepts and methodologies. How rapid and counter-intuitive is the exponential growth? Why are mathematical models and computer simulations important and helpful for real-world problem solving? How do social networks play a key role in contagion processes? Why can social distancing change the epidemic property of our social system? How critical are supply chain and healthcare systems management for saving lives in emergency situations? All of these are Systems Science questions. The abilities and skills to understand, model, predict and manipulate complex systems are more important than ever.


We, the Systems Science program at Binghamton University, are committed to disseminating those critically needed systems skills for a wide variety of professional and academic workforces for the betterment of our global society. We offer highly unique, internationally recognized, transdisciplinary learning and research experiences.


Join us at one of the upcoming virtual info sessions below to learn more about Systems Science and graduate studies opportunities in this field.


Friday, April 17 @ 1:00 p.m. EST – RSVP here


Wednesday, April 22 @ 3:00 p.m. EST – RSVP here


Friday, April 24 @ 6:30 a.m. EST – RSVP here


We look forward to connecting with you, answering your questions and demonstrating available pathways to achieving your MS or PhD degree and joining systems scientists in making a difference in the world.

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Hiroki Sayama

Professor and Systems Science Graduate Director

Binghamton University - Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering

University professor and researcher who has an extensive experience in teaching and research on complex systems science and engineering, network science, computational social science, mathematical modeling and simulation, artificial life/chemistry, and computer and information sciences.

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Co-hosted with: Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development, Watson School , Graduate School Office, Watson Career and Alumni Connections

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